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LED AQUOS WIRELESS


dragon39

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I heard that the Sharp TV LED AQUOS LC-40LE820UN works as a wireless too but I could find anything about it on the manual nor through the Sharp Website. Anybody can answer this question and let me know how to do it?

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wiz-king

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I think you may be getting confused with its wi-fi connection. You can connect it to a computer network by Ethernet cable or wireless to use it as part of a home network.

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dragon39

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Thank you, I thought so as I could not find anything through out the manual. Thank you for passing by and say so.

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bremner

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I have had a good look and can find no mention that this has a built in wireless adaptor or that a wireless dongle can be plugged into the USB port.

It does have ethernet.

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