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converting non-DLNA TV to a DLNA TV

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dhaval4987

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Hey all,

is there any gizmo that we can use to convert a non-dlna TV into DLNA? Apparently the DLNA TVs are damn expensive and if you can buy a DLNA chip and figure out a way to attach with then this should be easy + Exciting! isnt it?

Anyone interested in helping me with the experiment?
 

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I don't think there is any DLNA chip available.
Most DLNA TV have ARM processor and runs Linux based OS. DLNA runs on this platform.
You can buy low cost standalone media player from Western Digital, Iomega, Asus etc. these standalone player can connect to LAN and have TV output.
 

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