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post #91 of 99
I don't have Apple TV or any device like that (not looking to purchase anything if I can avoid it)

Is there some other easy way to stream it from my iPad mini to my TV? Limited connections on the iPad mini. Sounds like I'd need a device right, not just an App?

Not understanding how this works. Thanks.

I see the discussion on Chromecast too, seems some uncertainty whether that would be able to stream NFLST properly.
Edited by djb5f - 8/15/13 at 6:47am
post #92 of 99
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Originally Posted by djb5f View Post

I don't have Apple TV or any device like that (not looking to purchase anything if I can avoid it)

Is there some other easy way to stream it from my iPad mini to my TV? Limited connections on the iPad mini. Sounds like I'd need a device right, not just an App?

Not understanding how this works. Thanks.

I see the discussion on Chromecast too, seems some uncertainty whether that would be able to stream NFLST properly.

You would need this to connect the mini directly to your tv:

http://store.apple.com/us/product/MD826ZM/A/lightning-digital-av-adapter?fnode=3a

Although there is a possibility that the Sunday Ticket App would somehow block video out even using this cable. Worst case scenario, you buy this cable at a box store, try it out, if it doesn't work, just return it.
post #93 of 99
Red Zone is really all you need. They show every scoring play from every game live. Its like having Sunday Ticket and a 'remote caddy' by your side.
post #94 of 99
I have a question at least somewhat related to our discussion...

It appears there is no Ticket on PS3 this year but it is available for computer, tablet, phone via Amazon/Madden code.

Does anyone have any experience streaming internet video directly from websites using the PS3 browser?

Edit. Never mind, looks like the browser only includes an outdated flash player version and is unable to play videos from many websites.
Edited by harrihuss - 8/16/13 at 12:18pm
post #95 of 99
So I went ahead and pulled the trigger and bought access to all pre-season games for $11 via NFL.com.

Quality is very good, I am hoping the Sunday ticket computer version is just like this, I don't see why it wouldn't be.
post #96 of 99
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Originally Posted by ahartig View Post

So I went ahead and pulled the trigger and bought access to all pre-season games for $11 via NFL.com.

Quality is very good, I am hoping the Sunday ticket computer version is just like this, I don't see why it wouldn't be.

Because Sunday Ticket is a service managed by Directv.

NFL's pre season live stream service is managed by the NFL and another company.
post #97 of 99
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Originally Posted by Filipinoyakuza View Post

Because Sunday Ticket is a service managed by Directv.

NFL's pre season live stream service is managed by the NFL and another company.

Damn. Well hopefully DTV has their ISH together since they won't need to support ps3 streaming. The DTV website is pimping out a new revamped tablet app for Sunday ticket, I hope that means the computer application is revamped as well.
post #98 of 99
I hope your right too.. It better be good. Just hope they can handle all these people that will be getting the service...
post #99 of 99
Quick update, I was able to sell my copy of the PS3 version on eBay for $80 (free shipping). I stated clearly in the description that the Sunday ticket code would not be included but the Madden Ultimate Team code would be included. I would recommend throwing your versions up on ebay now if you aren't interested in the actual game before other people start doing the same.
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