I want to connect a 1.83 MHz Intel Core Duo Mac Mini (2GB RAM) to a Samsung LE32R74BDX 32" LCD HDTV (native resolution of 1,366 x 768 and compatibility with 720p and 1080i HD formats). Now I assumed I could get a DVI to HDMI convertor to link the two, but according to the manual, to quote, "Do not attempt to connect the HDMI/DVI connector to a PC or Laptop Graphics Card. (This will result in a blank screen being displayed)" see http://www.yummy-brand.com/Samsung_LE32R74BDX_REAR.pdf So will I need to connect with a regular monitor cable (using the Apple supplied DVI to VGA adapter and a VGA cable)? What resolution will I get? Up to my TVs 1,366 x 768? Help please! EDIT according to Apple, http://www.apple.com/macmini/accessories.html DVI is an all-digital interface used for both computer displays and TVs. If your TV uses DVI, all you need is a simple DVI cable to connect your Mac mini to the HDTV. HDMI is electrically similar to DVI, but has a different physical connector that may include an audio signal. You’ll need a DVI to HDMI adapter, such as the Belkin PureAV HDMI to DVI cable to use these televisions. You may need a seperate audio cable. Anyone tried this???? EDIT (again) http://store.apple.com/Apple/WebObj...&nplm=TH572&wosid=n64NkwEOHDRT24LMadl1cGzNP0P Not fully compatible with Mac Mini! Oh sure, you get a picture, but it won't fit your television screen properly. This is because the graphics cards in Apple Macs are not HDMI compatible. You can download some very complicated software that will help you adjust the screen, but this means hours of configuring it, rebooting your Mac, then looking to see how much of the display is missing, ad infinitum. But, due to a technical limitation in OS X, you will never get the bottom 12 pixels of the display to show, no matter what you do. This means the bottom of the dock will be off the bottom of the screen, so you won't see those little arrows that tell you whether a program is running or not. I advise you forget this item and use a decent VGA cable (or DVI if your TV supports it).