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Using 3rd party LCD with its own interpreter board instead of original

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I have found that usually LCD panels come with its own interpreter boards and some of them even have its own backlight. Can I connect the LCD interpreter board to the main MacBook Air logic board via standard apple LVDS cable ? Is it possible? I know that there will be some problems like black screen during boot. But after the macOS loaded completely, everything will work perfectly, right?

Looks like Apple logic boards have a standard LVDS connector. So I can even connect the entire display assembly from a non-apple notebook like Dell or HP. Is it possible?

I really need a good display for work. Not retina one. But sharp enough for my eyes to not get sick.

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It’s very unlikely you can find anything alternative to an original/compatible screen, a standard Lvds cable has a standard size but when it comes to signals you may have different pinouts. On top of that the backlight on a MBA or in a retina screen is in the assembly, not in the Lcd as it used to be in older panels. I believe your best alternative would be using an external monitor connected to the thunderbolt port.

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