5012 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Mar 5, 2011 12:47 AM by speedbird
f the display uses ADC (Apple Display Connector)
you will need a DVI to ADC adapter.
I'm sorry, your own answer does not quite make sense. Older apple displays have an ADC port which you will have to still make the conversion somehow, the older apple cinema are not "true" DVI, meaning that they won't connect to your New mac mini (with mini-displayport) even if you have the mini-dvi to dvi adapter, I am also still looking to see if this is possible, can someone shed some light on this pelase? - TIA
If by "old" apple cinema the OP is referring to the aluminum displays of the later mac models, then yes, that's a no-brainer, the problem is that if the OP is referring to the "real" old apple cinema displays, which have a DVI-type connection with power included on the same cable, like the displays the former Mac G4 or G5 had, then he needs a ADP to DVI port, which in most cases it cost more than the actual monitor itself.. I guess the OP needs to specify what does it mean by old apple displays or throw in a link to an image..