with the new wireless capabilties the new sonys etc is it possible to use a samsung dongle (wireless one) and use it for the with the sony? or does it specifically have to be of the same make?
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from what i've read i think you need the sony one - however i'd be tempted to buy a blu ray player with built in wifi instead at £70 goes a long way towards a better player
for example i ve just bought the sony 37ex403 and hard wired it as my wireless box is in the same room - the tv lacks for example bbc iplayer which to me was the only one i really wanted - so bought the 370 to go with it and bbc iplayer is fantastic on that and read somewhere that both itv and ch4 catch up channels are to be added this summer
you maybe be annoyed at the limited tv services unless sony has plans to update those with iplayer etc - not ready anything anywhere to confirm it yet
C5's catch-up service is an imminent addition to Bravia Internet Video and I know that talks for iPlayer, ITV Player and C4 are at advanced stages.There is also a FiFA BIV service going live (which will run to the end of this year) and content from the Berlin Philarmonic.I will shortly be leaving the Sony fold (more about that another time) so won't have access to this information in the future.Agree with matengawhat BTW.
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matt, am i right in thinking the hx 703 cannot recieve as many wifi channels as the hx 803 and other models
Bravia Internet Video is the same on every Bravia that has it and each model will have access to the same content.
albeit via widgets ??
so the iplayer does`nt work with wifi on these models upto the ex07 series ?
... I know that talks for iPlayer, ITV Player and C4 are at advanced stages.
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