5 replies, 3 voices Last updated by TeamKomando:John 2 months, 2 weeks ago
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    • #56151

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      Got three smart-TVs connected by coax — how do I cut the cord ?

      I would want Peacock and Paramount+ .

    • #56152

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello Randall,

      What brand and how old are the TVs are we working with? are they able to download either app?

      Most smart TVs will allow you to cast from your smart phone if they are both on the same Network and if not you can upgrade them with a Chromecast which will allow you to cast from your phone to your TV

    • #56172

      Marlene Grayson
      Participant
      @MEGrayson

      We recently cut the cord to cable, saved a big bunch of money, we are on Youtube TV, through our cable modem, it works great and we are still watching programs we did with $230.00 cable service.

    • #56195

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      I have old Vizeo Smart-TVs ( the type that the anti-privacy-lawsusit was about ) — if I turn-on the “smart” functionality, I have to agree to their anti-privacy EULA . I don’t know if I can download apps, onto it, but the smart-functionality has YouTube, and NetFlix capability . I can connect one of the TVs, to my Mac laptop, via HDMI-2.0 cabling . Perhaps I could use Sling-TV ?

    • #57297

      Randall Blanchard
      Participant
      @leftblank15

      O.K. — I got Paramount+, through my WalMart+ subscription, but I’m wondering about the state of NetNeutrality, at the FCC, before I turn-in ALL of my TV-equipment .

    • #57332

      TeamKomando:John
      Participant
      @264458

      Hello Randall Blanchard,

      Tap or click here fo recent info on Net Nutrality.

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