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Old 02-20-2014, 05:08 PM   #1
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I have finally given up on having any speed upgrades on my 1.5 MB DSL service. Tomorrow I am having a 50 MB Cable internet being installed. We have Amazon Prime, and they have free video streaming. I am looking for a way to stream video to our 3 tv's. We have Directv, and they too have streaming video. We presently have a Panasonic DMP-BDT210 on one of sets that supports Amazon's streaming video. What other solutions are there to allow wireless video streaming to our tv's? Thank You.
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I have finally given up on having any speed upgrades on my 1.5 MB DSL service. Tomorrow I am having a 50 MB Cable internet being installed. We have Amazon Prime, and they have free video streaming. I am looking for a way to stream video to our 3 tv's. We have Directv, and they too have streaming video. We presently have a Panasonic DMP-BDT210 on one of sets that supports Amazon's streaming video. What other solutions are there to allow wireless video streaming to our tv's? Thank You.
You can get wireless USB dongles, but you have to make sure they are the type that just work when you plug them in, that is, not the type you would use for a computer where you would have to load drivers and settings to make them work?
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I am also facing similar problems. Thank
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The most widely available is the Netgear WNDA 3100v2, have to make sure of the version 2 part, version 1 doesn't work without drivers (like WIndows would require).
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You can use Amazon Prime Account service,Roku Stick and Apple’s slick, jet-black Apple TV is one of the best offerings.
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