However, if you want to know how to connect Mac to TV wirelessly without Apple TV, without the use of Apple TV, then you’ll need to rely on a third-party app.
Click on the icon and choose the files you want to mirror to your Smart TV.
From here, choose the TV you want your Mac to mirror to.
Note: When you start streaming, the contents of your Mac will immediately show up on the connected TV screen.
Also, the screen mirroring isn’t equipped with sound. To get sound, you’ll need to install JustStream Audio Driver (available with JustStream installer).
To stop streaming, click on Stop Streaming.
If you want to connect MacBook Air to TV, this option wouldn’t work, as MacBook Airs don’t come with an HDMI port. But if your Mac does have an HDMI port, this could be a solid and quick-fix option to stream your content from Mac to your Sony TV. Most modern TVs will have an HDMI port (or more).
If you have an HDMI cable, you’ll be able to connect it to your TV as long as you have one or more of these devices:
Step 1. Connect a Mini DisplayPort to HDMI adapter to the MacBook.
Step 2. Connect your HDMI cable to an open end of the Mini DisplayPort adapter.
Step 3. Connect a mini-pin audio cable to your MacBook, which is typically found on the left side. A 3.5mm headphone cable will also fit here.
Step 4. With the other open end of the HDMI adapter cable (one end connected to your MacBook), connect it to your TV. You’ll normally find an HDMI "in" port on the back or side of the TV. And take the mini-pin audio cable connected to your Mac and connect the other end to the "PC/HDMI Audio In" slot of your TV.
Step 5. Turn on your MacBook and press "Fn" and "F10" together to bring up and transfer your Mac’s display to your TV.
Step 6. Almost at the end now, simply use your TV remote to navigate to the input source menu. From here you’ll select either HDMI 1 or HDMI 2 output to bring up your Mac’s display on the TV.