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Trouble connecting MacBook to Onkyo receiver to Hitachi tv. 'boyinthebarrel', on 22 Dec 2009 - 03:14 AM, said: i just yanked the tv off the wall and sure enough, there is the DVI input. it was totally hidden mounted into the wall. so, that said, i guess i can go with a mini-dvi to hdmi adapter, then run an hdmi cable to my receiver, then run an hdmi to dvi cable from the receiver to the tv. i'm going to give this a try sometime this week and let you know how i fare. thanks again for your help.

Trouble connecting MacBook to Onkyo receiver to Hitachi tv

Just so you know, certain receivers have issues with Mac OS X. Unless your TV is on, your receiver is on, and switched to the right input when you boot your Mini, OS X can have trouble running OpenGL applications (like Plex). Problems can also happen sometimes if you switch channel on your receiver - the OS will lose the display's EDID information, again causing issues with OpenGL. Several users have reported problems with Onkyo products, especially. 48.40 each when QTY 50+ purchased - DVI Doctor - Powered EDID Problem Solver. The review you submit will be displayed on the customer review page after it has been verified.

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