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The product you are considering retails for $69.99, Amazon is showing me one for $50 + shipping. This type of equipment is generally very sensitive to movement, easy to damage and easy to get annoyed with. Consider the manufacturing cost of that product, against how much you will pay. It seems the markup outweighs the value. Have you considered Apple TV? ...
If your tv can act as a DLNA client (specifically it should be a DMR - Digital Media Renderer) you should be able to do it with ArcMC. Haven't tried it though.
No, the iMac should auto-detect the external display when it is connected. I'd try, in order of presumed difficulty: Make certain the correct input is selected on your display. The lack of audio makes me suspect there's an issue there. Make sure your display is set to use the Line-in jacks instead of the HDMI audio stream. Boot the iMac with the external ...
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