I've been seeing this question quite a lot lately, so I thought I'd jump in with a tutorial of how to connect any Mac laptop with a Mini Displayport to an HDTV. This allows for both video and audio from one output, the Thuderbolt/Mini Displayport. It is very simple. What you will need is a Mini Displayport to HDMI adapter. I've listed a few options with links below: Belkin (This is what I use. Works great!)Cable MattersAll listed should work the same, the only thing that may vary is build quality. I've listed what I found to be the best. The links are for Amazon.com because it is far cheaper than the Apple store. And an HDMI Cable (Almost any will do since they're all essentially the same if they work, being as the signal is digital, not analog.) Now all you have to do is plug the adapter into your MacBook Pro or Air and the HDMI cable into the adapter and into your HDTV. Once you've put set the TV to the correct input the MacBook should automatically detect the TV and adjust (it will go to a blue screen as it detects the new display and adjusts). If it doesn't and something's not working, see below. If the picture isn't how you want it, adjust settings here: Navigate into System Preferences>Displays If your audio isn't working: Navigate into System Preferences>Sound>Output and adjust accordingly. If your video isn't working correctly: Navigate into System Preferences>Displays and click on Detect Displays. You can then choose the "mirroring" option and your computer screen should now be displayed on your TV. If you have any other problems, please let me know.