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Old Apr 2, 2007, 05:18 AM   #1
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Ideal 2nd TV setup

While an Apple TV (in it's current specification) might not be an ideal setup for a primary TV, for all the reasons people mention in this and other forums, it would be ideal for a bedroom of kitchen. The lack of composite video is a problem though. I was browsing the Argos website and found this . For just over £350, would this not make a good system for a 2nd tv? Especially if you manage to hack it and make it a usable Mac.

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