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Sony Wireless Network Media Player

This media player features built-in Wi-Fi for connecting to your home's wireless broadband network and BRAVIA Internet Video for streaming movies, TV shows, videos and music. The USB connection allows you to easily connect peripherals. Smart Set-Top Box Get a world of instant entertainment with this smart set-top box. Connect to the Internet and stream movies, listen to music and access a wide variety of other content on your HDTV. Learn more about smart products. Netflix YouTube Pandora
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How can I turn on subtitles on Netflix?

How do I turn on netflix on the Sony smp-n100 media player
2 years, 8 months ago
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The SMP-N100 Network Media Player does not support subtitles via USB playback or streaming unless subtitle contents are embedded on video files.
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Wireless Keyboard

I understand you can hook a 101 Keyboard using the USB port but are you able to connect to the box using a wireless keyboard somehow? (i.e. bluetooth) If yes, does Sony sell a product for this?
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Yes, a wireless keyboard with USB dongle is supported. Sony does not manufacture wireless keyboards with USB dongle. You may use any wireless keyboard with USB wireless receiver/dongle.
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Can you hook a keyboard up to the box?

Are you able to hook a keyboard up to the box either by manual hook up or wireless hookup? If so what is the best product to use?
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Yes, the player can recognize 101 keyboard via USB jack.
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Can I stream FM stations from my computer to this device?

I live in the boonies of Lake Tahoe, and I am not able to pick up radio stations very well, except through the Internet. I'm wondering if I'm able to transmit the radio stations online through my router to the wirelees Sony unit. Might there be a block that FM stations create that disallow streaming?Amazing, but this is NOT a video question!! Thanks in advance for any information.
2 years, 9 months ago
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BRAVIA Internet Services act as a gateway to Internet content via the built in appls. Below are the available apps you can use to stream music and internet radio:
Berliner Philharmoniker Digital Concert Hall
Gracenote
Lollapalooza Radio by Slacker
Moshcam.com
Music Unlimited
NPR
Pandora Internet Radio
Slacker
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What is Wi-Fi connection (802.11b/g/n).

I have a wireless thing my son uses for his X-Box Live. it is a Belkin 322F. Will this work for netflix and my Sony Bravia?
2 years, 9 months ago
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If you are referring to the wireless router than yes. If its a wireless adapter then you dont need it. The streaming player has wifi built in. I use mine for Netflix all the time and I also have it hooked up to a Sony TV.
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The Network Media Player has a Built-in Wi-Fi® (802.11n) that is compatible with most wireless router.
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is it compatible(or able to hook up) w cox cable(BETA) and their dvr box?

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If the COX cable has wifi then yes. If not you will need a wireless router to connect this streaming player to your internet. The streaming play connects to a tv, not a DVR box.
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Currently there is no information regarding any pending firmware updates that allows streaming videos from cox cable.
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Do I need to pay monthly?

Do I need to pay a monthly fee to use internet,neflix etc?
2 years, 10 months ago
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Services like Netflix do have a monthly fee. Although, local network streaming is always free. So you can stream any video or music you have stored on a computer that is DLNA compatible. I know Windows 7 computers work. That is my current setup.
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Netflix is a paid service as is Hulu plus. Most of the other apps are free.
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It depends on the service. Hulu and Netflix, for example, have monthly fees. Amazon Video and the native Video service are pay per view, so there isn't a monthly fee. You can also play videos from a USB hard-drive, which certainly has no fee.
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Some of the internet services require monthly dues or pay per view. However, majority of the available services are free.
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can i use appsa and can i use facebook

Can I use facebook and can I download apps?
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There does not appear to be any way to add additional services.
Facebook is not supported. You might wish to check out a Roku instead.
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Yes, the Facebook app is built in to the SMP-N100 Media Network Player. Downloading apps is not supported. However, the Unit automatically update with new apps.
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Do you know which one if any of these boxes has a built in Internet browser? I would like to be able to watch channels like spike or history channel.

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I have never heard of any smart device that has a web browser. That just simply isnt what they are designed for. Perhaps Google TV does?
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The SMP-N200 Network Media Player has a built in web browser that allows you to watch videos on the internet.
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DOES IT PLAY ISO FILES

2 years, 10 months ago
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No, Not properly, I would suggest Western Digitals TV Live Plus or similiar products by other vendors to read ISO files content.
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it will not play ISO files
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