yes...as a PC monitor but also w/an Inet connection.....
by rrrbme - 1/19/13 9:51 AM
In Reply to: Re: follow up? by Samsung_HD_Tech
yes....but w/an Inet connection...that's the question...sorry...wasn't clear on that. I can hook up the PC easy enough.....it's acquiring the Inet connection I'm concerned with. I understand there may be a USB type device that I can be prchased which will communicate w/my wi-fi router & PC....which seems like 1 way to achieve this goal if indeed this type of device exists. However, I understand that if I want a reliable/steady connection w/no dropouts that a hardwire Inet connection would be best. Only issue w/this type of connection is....I don't want to move all my devices (router, vonagae device & Xfinity/Comcast Inet modem) to the location of where the 50' LCD is. Thus, I'm wondering if obtaining another Comcast/Xfinity modem & then splitting the TV line would work? & if so, would splitting this broadband line to the tv then degrade my HD pic? I know that Comcast jams soo much content into their pipes that their HD pic quality isn't the best as compared to the competition's HD pic so I'm not sure I really wanna go the route of splitting the TV line. Wondering if trying the wifi connection 1st would be the best route.....easiest & cheapest way to go it seems....then if that type of Inet connection doesn't prove to be stable enough, try the hardwire connection next. Thx for such a quick reply....& apologies for my delay in replaying back. I hope to work on all this over the wknd....later today...& tomorrow if need be.
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