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USB Memory stick recording on TV

  Skinnydog 15:45 29 Dec 12
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I have a small cheap TV that records on a memory stick.

My other TV does not have a USB port but does have several HDMI ports.

Can I purchase an adapter to plug into the HDMI port so that I can play my memory stick TV programmes on my other TV?

  Woolwell 17:05 29 Dec 12

Highly unlikely - how would the TV read the memory stick and drive it?

  Nontek 17:07 29 Dec 12

If your TV Memory stick plays on your PC, perhaps you could then play on TV via the PC? Just a thought!

  X7-250 17:30 29 Dec 12
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HDMI media players cost from about £18 upwards. http://tinyurl.com/bqqomf7

  Ian in Northampton 17:38 29 Dec 12

It seems that, today, people want to do the weirdest things with their HDMI ports... :-) (cf intheshedagain hoping to use his as an Ethernet port). Skinnydog: HDMI is an audiovisual technology, while USB is a data technology - but as X7-250 points out, an HDMI player may be what you need, and they're not expensive. My daughter has a Sumvision one, and has been very happy with it.

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