As a senior newbe, hooked on wanting to learn how to fly RC electric planes, I know I'm going to need to have my own simulator I've tried it for about 2 hours over 5-6 times with an instructor/student cord, and I feel way to slow, awkward, and unsure of what I should do next. I'm thinking to much rather than just reacting to the situation. So obviously the repetition that can be gained from a flight simulator will greatly help these matters.
I would like to use an HDMI chord to run from my IMac to my 8 y.o JVC 53 inch TV, figuring that with a larger screen to practice on, I should be able to make my instruction more realistic.
Question: Has anyone out there tried to run an HDMI chord from an IMac to a fairly large tv screen -- i.e. 45 plus inche television? If so, how was the clarity on the television, and did you have any installation or other problems you can forewarn me about?
I'm going to get a windows operated transfer to my Imac, and then see how well the ClearView Simulator works. I can demo it free for 15 minutes to see how I like it.
Any ideas you might have on this kind of Package??? Have you tried it before, and if so, how did it go?????
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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