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  1. Hi folks... I saw this interesting mod to a 1984 Mac. The CRT was swapped out for a LCD. The Mac now supports USB and some other cool features. It is running Snow Leopard. What I like best about it, is that it is a non destructive mod. If you like, you can put the original hardware back in the case and return it to normal: http://www.instructables.com/id/Upgrade-your-original-1984-Macintosh-to-run-OS-X-S/?ALLSTEPS Probably everyone but me knows about this already. This mode was done in 2010. Rather then The cube, I have been looking at the Mac mini. The mini is so small that I believe I can use some ideas from the above to install it in a dead Color Classic case with out altering anything. But I have problem. I like CRT screens, but not a big fan of LCD or LEDs. I would like to marry a Mac mini to the CRT in my dead Color Classic. Where on the web can I read up on how to do this? I would not like to re invent the wheel if someone has already drawn out a circuit diagram on how to do this. I suspect someone has taken HDMI out and built a box that would output something that a CRT can take. This probably has nothing to do with Apple computers. I am not sure where to start looking... Anyone have any information on this, or can you point me to some web sites to read? Thanks jack
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