My parents are slowly switching to flat panel TVs in our house as the the CRT TVs slowly die and I noticed that some of them have USB ports on them. I was wondering if a blue-tooth USB adapter could be used for sending video from a laptop or desktop to a flat panel TV.
Any thoughts are welcomed.
Well i dont think the TV will support bluetooth adapters, what is the main porpuse of the usb ports?
I think it's for flash drives that have media files on them so you can view the videos, pictures, and maybe music files on your big screen flat panels.
Yea im not sure it has the required software to run a bluetooth adapter, im pretty sure the usb adapter is just a radio and you still need some software to run it correctly
Your tv might support it, but if it does it would probably say so either on the box or in the manual. I would check that first and, if you can't find anything after that, it would probably be a good idea to call the manufacturer and see if they could tell you.
I dont know if bluetooth is ideal for streaming, just checked wikipedia, and it should be good enough. But when i transfer stuff over bluetooth i think its just so slow!
And if it is too slow you cant stream, then you would have to store the files on the tv, or at least partialy, and i just dont think that a tv can do that except its made for it, and probably has at least 10 stickers showing that feature.
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