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Windows 7: Wireless TV connection

03 Sep 2011   #1

win 7 Enterprise 64-bit
Wireless TV connection

Hi guys

I want to setup my TV's so I can watch my movies on them from my pc.
I currently have a TV in my lounge and bedroom and my pc is in my study. I have a Fritzbox 7170 for internet and as it is also a wireless router I wondered if I can hook up my TV's wirelessly. One TV is a Proline 32" and the other is a LG 42". The LG has got an usb port where I can use my External drive or stick me proline does not have any usb ports. Does anyone have an Idea?


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03 Sep 2011   #2
Darryl Licht

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit Steve Ballmer Signature Edition


A few things to consider... the Fritzbox is a router/WLAN AP/VOIP PBX, so it should work fine. But it is only wireless g.

If viewing hi-def movies, it may be too little bandwidth and the images may stutter. Although, I have not found that to be the case in my setup, but my home is small and single story. Whether you can stream wirelessly will depend solely on your TVs and the software that comes with them for media sharing... Do your homework! Many LG's have no problems with this, but again consult your TV manufacturers website for more details!

If you cant do it using the TV or its included sw, consider Western Digitals WD TV Live line of products... here: Media Players Overview

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