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# 142416 12-Mar-2014 12:01
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I'm looking for a Wireless dongle for my Sony Bravia TV. I'm not prepared to pay the price Sony is charging so I'm after something cheaper that'll work just as well. Any ideas?

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  # 1004210 12-Mar-2014 12:43
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When I looked onto this while deciding on TVs a while back concluded there was no choice but to by the OEM accessory. Happy to stand corrected if things have changed

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  # 1004211 12-Mar-2014 12:45
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pretty much the only way is to get Sony's. Otherwise get one of these: 


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  # 1004225 12-Mar-2014 13:31
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A pair of powerline ethernet adaptors would still be cheaper and leave your wifi free for other things.

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  # 1004227 12-Mar-2014 13:47
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Yeah the wireless bridge thing can be the cheaper option.

I used a TP-Link TL-WA701ND for my TV - was $50.

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