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Im considering purchasing a new Apple Mac Mini for use with a HD tv. However I really need to make sure that I will be able to hook it up - otherwise its a VERY expensive mistake!

When going through the purchase, there are extra peripherals such as Mini DisplayPort to DVI Adapter, Mini DisplayPort to Dual-Link DVI Adapter and Mini DisplayPort to VGA Adapter. However these do not seem to fit my need (unless Im mistaken) of needing HDMI - the input in the back of my TV.

Any advice appreciated! Thanks.

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You should be able to use the Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter:

Please note: Audio may have to be transmitted via optical out.

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You would be better off getting one of these, which redirects audio into the HDMI input on your TV:… – churnd Jan 7 '10 at 13:11

This is an old question, and the existing answer has become outdated--

The current generation Mac Mini has a built-in HDMI port that does support audio out!

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