6 Ways to Stream Netflix Videos to Your HDTV


6 Ways to Stream Netflix Videos to Your HDTV

6 Ways to Stream Netflix Videos to Your HDTV

Today, there are several different ways available to stream Netflix videos to where you really want them – on your HDTV!  To help you out, all available options are discussed below.

Each of these options has its own strengths, weaknesses, costs, and convenience, therefore making it somewhat tricky to find out which option would best suit your needs. To help you out, all available options are discussed below.

1. Computers

Netflix videos can be streamed to your HDTV from a computer. All you have to do is connect them directly by using an HDMI cable. Simply plug one end of the cable into the HDMI slot of your HDTV, and the other end in your computer or laptop. After the connection is secured, all the activity that takes place on your computer is mirrored by your TV, allowing you to watch your favourite Netflix videos on a bigger screen.

2. Gaming consoles

Truly multifunctional devices, gaming consoles such as the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One are commonly used for streaming Netflix videos to TV. Download the Netflix app on your console, start the app, log into your Netflix account with the appropriate details, select from the wide selection of movies and TV shows, and you are good to go.

3. Blu-Ray Players

Blu-Ray players are some of the most convenient and affordable ways to stream Netflix movies and TV shows on their HDTV. So, when you are getting one, make sure it is compatible with Netflix. Most of the Netflix-supported Blu-Ray players available today come with a dedicated Netflix button on their remote.  All you need to do is press the Netflix button, log into your Netflix account (sign up if you have not yet), select your preferred movie or TV show and stream it!

4. Smart HDTVs

Sony, LG, Samsung, Panasonic, and several other brands provide Internet-connected smart HDTVs in different sizes. This means you can view Netflix videos without using any additional devices. Simply connect your smart HDTV to your Wi-Fi network, download the Netflix app (it’s pre-installed on many more recent TVs), and you pretty much know the rest.

5. Streaming Devices

These devices let you stream content from the internet on your TV. Initially, the only streaming device to support Netflix was Roku, now found in Australia rebranded as Telstra TV boxes. Now, numerous streaming devices come with support for Netflix, including Google Chromecast and Apple TV, both of which are extremely popular.

6. Mobile Devices

While Netflix can be streamed from your smartphones and tablets using a Google Chromecast device, it can also be done using an appropriate video-out cable. Just plug in the cable into your mobile device and HDTV, and you will be able to stream videos from the Netflix app. The only concern is resolution! After all, there is a huge difference between the size of your mobile screen and a 42-inch HDTV screen…