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Old 05-09-2011, 09:02 AM   #16  
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Thanks. It's odd, the wireless USB kinda worked, I could configure Netflix, etc. But can't stream Netflix. Bummer, I'll look into that piece of hardware you recommend.
I want something that will wireless stream from my computer's videos to my 3d Blu-ray player - does anyone have any suggestions for that?
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Old 05-09-2011, 09:03 AM   #17  
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I guess I mean something like the veebeam but just already in the blu ray player
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Old 05-18-2011, 08:01 PM   #18  
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I found the Netgear house wireing solution. I use a cat 6 cable to a device I plug into an outlet in my office on the third floor and plug in another device on the first floor at my home theatre. It has 4 ethernet connections and I hard wire in the HDTV, the audio recever and the BD player. All can reach out and down load firmware or other internet functions from all three devices. Works great and uses the in home wireing to transmit data. Cheaper than the propriatory wireless devices for each home theatre device.
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Somehow I did found that wireless as well. Quite tricky till I figured it out, but eventually it worked!
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Ok, I'm a little lost since a lot of this is talking about PS3.

I have an RCA home theater system RTB3161 (I know, it was a gift and we didn't get to pick it out). Its internet ready, but its hardwired and not wireless. We have everything set up wirelessly in my office.

I'm trying to figure out what hardware I need (and good quality for streaming video for netflix) to get it to work with my wireless connection because I can run 100's of feet of wire through the house and walls to get it there?

In the end we're canceling satelite and going with 100% netflix and blu-ray only. I want decent viewing with timing out.
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Ok, I'm a little lost since a lot of this is talking about PS3.

I have an RCA home theater system RTB3161 (I know, it was a gift and we didn't get to pick it out). Its internet ready, but its hardwired and not wireless. We have everything set up wirelessly in my office.

I'm trying to figure out what hardware I need (and good quality for streaming video for netflix) to get it to work with my wireless connection because I can run 100's of feet of wire through the house and walls to get it there?

In the end we're canceling satelite and going with 100% netflix and blu-ray only. I want decent viewing with timing out.
I have this hooked to the Ethernet port on my LG BD player and it works great. I watch VUDU HDX without a hitch. http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833156258
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