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    How do you connect Netflix to your TV?


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      I just became a subscriber to Netflix last week but am getting really tired of watching it on my computer. What can I do to hook it up to my TV set? I do have a wifi router, just no way to get the internet on my TV.

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    I'll second that. $50 to $100 bucks for a Roku box is a bargain, and it does a lot more than just Netflix.

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    Or, you can connect the output from your computer to your TV. if you tell us what outputs are on your computer, and what inputs are on your TV, we'll tell you how to do it. It will probably cost less thab $20 for the cables.
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    There are many devices which you can use to watch netflix on TV. You may in fact already have one.

    Apple TV, Roku, newer game consoles (Wii, XBOX 360, PS3) and even some blu-ray players can stream netflix out of the box. XBOX 360 requires a gold subscription to xbox live but the rest of them I believe are free to watch netflix on.
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