11-19-2011, 04:56 PM #1
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DLNA Network with TV 58PFL9956H - scheme and how to
I'm here to ask for some clarifications and get benefits of your expertise.
I want to buy a Philips 21:9 58PFL9956H.
I have my LAN100 with several points in my home.
My idea about the network:
- Fix the TV on the wall, plug the TV with the ethernet cable
- Using the TV features and only its remote control, read media content directly from my NAS Seagate BlackArmor 110 (DLNA NAS)
I don't want to use any WiFi for playing video.
Router and NAS are outside the apartment in another room.
1) Is the TV - with the above connections and hardware - able to read and play the media content from my NAS? if so, should I do any specific configuration on my NAS?
2) If the answer to the question 1 is "no", please advice on how a DLNA network with this specific TV should be built (hardwares, connections, softwares).
Thanks a lot in advance.
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