rMBP [1.6,256,16] + Panasonic P65VT30 + HTC EVO 4G LTE

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by clamchowderz, Oct 5, 2012.

  1. clamchowderz macrumors member

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  2. MagicThief83 macrumors 6502

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    I'd blow a fat load all over it...lol j/k :p
     
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    I would sell the macbook pro 2012 and get a hp ultra book.
    How much do you want for that old used rMBP, I would be interested.
     
  5. joshhedge macrumors regular

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    LOL. Don't listen to him, that's a great setup and you'll love using the rPro, once you go rPro you never go back.
     
  6. clamchowderz thread starter macrumors member

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    Connect all of them wirelessly. Not sure what I want to do with the setup, I'd like to use them to their full capabilities.

    I've connected the rMBP to the TV via HDMI and have tested streaming video, editing images (aperature) and other basic stuff.

    I'm looking for project ideas really, if you had this setup how would you get them to work together for you?
     
  7. iLukeJoseph macrumors 6502

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    I would suggest do nothing with that setup. Other than maybe get a ATV for AirPlay and stuff.


    But you do NOT want to use that TV as a computer monitor. It is a Plasma TV, yes burn in rarely happens these days, but IR is pretty common still. I would just be annoyed if the dock on "IR'd" on the screen while I want to watch a Blu-Ray. And plasma IR can last a good long while.

    FYI I am a huge plasma fan-boy. All of the TV's in my house are Panny Plasma's.
     
  8. M5RahuL macrumors 68020

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    You got ripped with that 1.6 ghz processor in your rMBP :p

    I have the same Panny 65 VT30 and use it, occasionally, as a computer monitor. Works great, but I really don't see how else you could ( or for what purpose ) pair the rMBP and the VT30.

    Great TV btw! :D
     

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