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    Default Mac to TV wirelessly

    All you Mac people... I got my wife a MacBook Pro a few months ago and hate to admit...but I love it. ... i don't know how to tinker with it yet... but I love it.

    Anyway... I could swear that I saw a commercial somewhere or something showing somebody on a Mac laptop on their couch and it showed a plasma TV with the computer desktop on it... like they were connected to the tv wirelessly. Is there a way to do this? My TV is on my network, but I can't find it anywhere on my MAC. I can play songs through my TV using dlna from my media PC just fine and access the internet with the TV, so I know it is networked. Thoughts?
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    I don't have the current MacBook Pro release, but I have the one prior. I'm not sure how you'd do this safely, although Belkin did bring a product like this to CES some years ago.

    http://www.belkin.com/IWCatProductPa...duct_Id=459782

    According to their website the $1,499 price tag made them halt production. Not sure if there's something else out there or not...I'd just buy a cable long enough. Much cheaper than any other solution I would think.

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    I just plug mine into my tv and stereo via usb and mini port than use my logitech remote programed with te apple remote in it, and open up front row. Thats all.
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    I must be crazy. I thought I saw something where the MAC would wirelessly work with a display when the TV is a newer, networked TV. I don't really need to hook it up that way. I'm typing right now on my 58" connected to my media PC, but I thought there was some fancy way that the MAc could also display on it through the network.
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    ADCOM GFA-7000
    Samsung PN58B860
    Playstation 3

    2-Channel
    Polk Audio LSi15's
    Rotel RCD-1072
    Nakamichi CA-5 Pre
    ADCOM GFA-555
    Signal Cable Analog II IC's
    Signal Ultra Bi-Wire Speaker Cables

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