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Toshiba 40BV700B - 40" LCD TV 1080p DLNA 4 x HDMI - £356.21 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Amazon
Toshiba 40BV700B - 40" LCD TV 1080p DLNA 4 x HDMI - £356.21 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Amazon

Toshiba 40BV700B - 40" LCD TV 1080p DLNA 4 x HDMI - £356.21 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Amazon

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Hot, but there's a 42 inch from LG on amazon for £2.89 more, however this has more hdmi ports.

Dlna rocks, means I no longer need the Xbox as a media centre.

50hz - but still good price from amazon

£379.00 in tesco & Sainsburys
Edited by: "itsisnot" 14th Mar 2011

tek-monkey

Dlna rocks, means I no longer need the Xbox as a media centre.



If you like that, then one of these will blow you away: WD Live

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If you like that, then one of these will blow you away: … If you like that, then one of these will blow you away: [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FWestern-Digital-Live-Media-Player%2Fdp%2FB002LZUHMI%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1300148431%26sr%3D8-1]WD Live[/url]



OMG how out of touch are you...

I have had those, the TVix, the Asus o play, etc etc virtually every media player under the sun for the past 10 years..... The WHOLE POINT of a TV with DLNA is so you don't need that, one remote to control the lot..... The WD live is a crappiest device I've ever used. It's slow, terrbile remote, plasticy build, dated GUI.... Get a samsung TV with Allshare and you'll see what a real media player is like.....

Oh and he says he's using Xbox currently, the XBOX media conversion makes the WD look like a childs toy... much more powerful, more features, faster, better remote (with media center remote). etc..... BUT it's ugly as hell.....
Edited by: "hmmmnice111" 15th Mar 2011

Yup, DLNA is the next step from a seperate media player (I already have a 360 and a seagate freeagent media player that I got here for a steal). However I set up a system for my step bro recently that is just simplicity to use.

He has a samsung TV with DLNA, I got him an Iomega 2Tb HD with DLNA. They are at opposite ends of the house, as I wanted the hard drive on the router, so we used powerline adapters to get the network signal to the TV. Now if he presses the media player button on his TV, it lets him watch/listen to anything on his hard disk. No other equipment needed, his TV does everything. The fact that we can also remote access his hard disk, and FTP files to him that the TV can see as soon as they upload, is rather impressive.

To be honest I prefer the seagate freeagent as it plays more file formats, but this negates the need for another remote, another device under the TV etc. If they want to add a system to another room they just need the TV and another powerline adapter - instant media centre. This is how technology should work, and I love it. There are a few bugs but things are getting better, I wouldn't buy a TV without nowadays.

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Yup, DLNA is the next step from a seperate media player (I already have a … Yup, DLNA is the next step from a seperate media player (I already have a 360 and a seagate freeagent media player that I got here for a steal). However I set up a system for my step bro recently that is just simplicity to use.He has a samsung TV with DLNA, I got him an Iomega 2Tb HD with DLNA. They are at opposite ends of the house, as I wanted the hard drive on the router, so we used powerline adapters to get the network signal to the TV. Now if he presses the media player button on his TV, it lets him watch/listen to anything on his hard disk. No other equipment needed, his TV does everything. The fact that we can also remote access his hard disk, and FTP files to him that the TV can see as soon as they upload, is rather impressive.To be honest I prefer the seagate freeagent as it plays more file formats, but this negates the need for another remote, another device under the TV etc. If they want to add a system to another room they just need the TV and another powerline adapter - instant media centre. This is how technology should work, and I love it. There are a few bugs but things are getting better, I wouldn't buy a TV without nowadays.



Well said....

£419.98 in costco from the 11 april

with 5 year warranty
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