I just got a 2012 refurb mini. I have an LG 32" 1080p TV (model number is 32LE5300). I want to connect all my devices (mini, xbox, cable TV) to one screen to consolidate everything. I've connected my mini to the LG TV and its not scaling quite like it should. I'm hoping someone can explain why or help me resolve the issue. The Mac mini (running Mavericks) is connected to the LG TV via HDMI cable. The mini picks it up as a LG TV under Displays in Preferences. Under 'scaled' it shows rotation and refresh rate settings. I'm having 2 problems. First, when I sit where I want to, around 6 feet away, I can't see anything! The font is just really small. I can't figure out how to make the font universally larger, not app specific. Second, if I move in closer to a legible distance, around 3 feet away, everything is blurry. Everything from app icons to menu bar. What gives?? Why won't it scale the font correctly according to screen size? How do I correct this? Thanks everyone. Edit: So I mis-spoke. There is a 'scaled' option under Display, however the issue still applies. At 1080p, its scaled like a normal screen, but the icons and everything are pixelated. At 720p, everything does get bigger, however its still blurry and more pixelated. Like the App Store icon on the Dock has a very noticeable jagged pixelation. Update: I went to the apple store again and the guy says that it shouldnt be this way. He says it should be as clear as the 27" 5k iMac we were standing by. Really?? He said if its blurry its a bad GPU or needs a firmware update. I thought the CPU drove the display natively unless there was a graphics intensive app?? Idk what the hell… this makes no sense.