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Hi I bought my dad a Sony internet capable tv... the one that everyone was selling at £330, then went down to £299 etc. just after Christmas. I haven't really had time to explore it and mess…
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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I bought my dad a Sony internet capable tv... the one that everyone was selling at £330, then went down to £299 etc. just after Christmas.

I haven't really had time to explore it and mess about with it. Also bought him the 370 Blu-ray.

I have installed it all and he has a network connection. A quick look saw bbc i-player, itv i-player, channel 5 i-player, you -tube, love film...

I am going around to see him next weekend. Could anyone tell me some of the best features or things I can ensure he is aware of and some of the best features. It seems to have things I haven't got even with an x-treamer and humax hdr.

Thanks for any pointers or advice - also including the blu-ray too please.

Ps. not a big deal but John Lewis didn't install this tv just delivered it. When I bought my tv from M&S they delivered, installed and took away the rubbish. Just worth noting if someone was a bit nervous of it doing it themselves.
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6y, 1m agoPosted 6 years, 1 month ago
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I bought the Samsung one from JLewis. Apparently I need to buy a Samsung dongle to be able to connect laptop to TV (is this what you mean?)....... waiting for a nice quiet evening to set it all up, rent a teen oO
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dcx_badass
It's a TV, you plug in about 3 cables lol, why would you need someone else to do it.


Believe it or not there are some people are incapacitated and thus not able to move heavy tvs and fidget around with cables. Its always useful to know that M&S do and JL do not provide this service in case you are purchasing for an elderly relative etc.
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Exactly. I had a 42in tv and considering it was brand new, several hundred quid, I was quite pleased when the two guys from M&S unpacked it all, screwed on the base and checked it was all working before they left.

Although I easily did my dads, if he had ordered it himself, at mid-70's he might have struggled a bit, and isn't used to blu-rays and tuning it himself, which i know M&S would have done.

dcx-badass ... sometimes you have to consider people other than yourself.
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iglimpse
I bought the Samsung one from JLewis. Apparently I need to buy a Samsung dongle to be able to connect laptop to TV (is this what you mean?)....... waiting for a nice quiet evening to set it all up, rent a teen oO

i have the 6-series sammy LED you don't need the adapter you can use an ethernet cable from tv to router
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zombrex
iglimpse
I bought the Samsung one from JLewis. Apparently I need to buy a Samsung dongle to be able to connect laptop to TV (is this what you mean?)....... waiting for a nice quiet evening to set it all up, rent a teen oO
i have the 6-series sammy LED you don't need the adapter you can use an ethernet cable from tv to router


Wireless box etc all downstairs. We have this TV upstairs in our bedroom. Do you mean connect the wires up? oO
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yeah if your router and tv were in the same room, which i now know they are not so the adapter will be the easiest route for you

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