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    Default What do I need to stream Netflix to my TV?

    How can I get Netflix on my TV if I have an older TV that doesn't accept an internet connection?

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    How can I get Netflix on my TV if I have an older TV that doesn't accept an internet connection?
    Welcome! You have a number of options if you have a gaming console like PS3 or XBox they have Netflix available.

    However, my favorite option is to use a ROKU box. They are cheap ~$49, have a small form factor, and are easy to set up and use. Roku Streaming Player | Watch Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, Crackle and More on Roku Player

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    Just to add to cutthecable's (great) answer, the Roku box has built in wi-fi to receive your internet connection wirelessly. If you don't already have a router, you will need one (especially to broadcast wi-fi if you need it) to get internet from your modem to your netflix enabled device.

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