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Should we use television for netflix movies?


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Our main television is around 10 years old. Our ISP is WildBlue satellite. I belong to Neflix and yesterday played a Talking Heads concert on my computer, the clarity was excellent, the sound o.k. As we can get Instant Watches from Netflix, my husband asked me to look into how to hook this up. There is a Netflix compatible device, Roku, but if I get that and the cable, et al, I will have well over $100 dollars in this and do not know if it is worth it. I have read that hooking the television to the computer does not have good clarity especially with the older televisions.

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