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One way to 'mirror' DVI displays on a Mac mini
Authored by: beowulff on Mar 27, '07 01:48:49PM

I posted this hint.
One advantage to using DVI-D is that it is *Digital* - so there is no signal or quality loss from splitting the signal (there are limitations to how far the cable can be run). Also, I have found that keeping the mini resolution (1280 x 720) at a multiple of the projector's native resolution (854 x 480) makes for image quality that is better than what I was getting out of my DVI-out Oppo DVD player.
In answer to an earlier post which asked about an extension cable - yes, you could do that, but I found a 15' DVI cable was just as cheap...



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