First, find a way to get Netflix/internet onto our TV like all other modern rock stars.
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(That was mistake #1 – you don’t need a DVD player necessarily – you can STREAM shows/movies through Netflix too! Here’s our TV again in case you mysteriously missed it the first time: It’s large as $hit (60-something inches!
Oops.) So I looked around and landed on the highly rated Sony BDP-S5100 3D Blu-ray that had built in Wi-Fi for .03 – on sale from 9.99 which it’s currently at. Not because it’s a bad product or anything (the reviews are great! ) and rocks HDTV surprisingly enough, but it never occurred to me that it had long met it’s prime w/ technology.
I of course knew it was ancient, but who looks at the ports in the back when buying this stuff?
How would I know it didn’t have the much-required HDMI hookup that’s apparently quite important with streaming and internet badassity?