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I'm slowly getting all this figured out . . .


Thanks to everyones help I have figured out the soundbar dilemma . . . that I need MoCA so my NetFlix videos will stream without stopping . . . but now the icing on the cake (stupid question).


If I get a MoCA adaptor, do I buy a BlueRay player with OR without wireless?


So close but yet so far away.
 

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Assuming you are buying the MoCA adapter to connect to your BD player, there's no need for it to have wireless capabilities. That's what the MoCA adapter is for -- it gives you a wired connection to your network through the existing coaxial cable in your house. That is, unless you are planning on moving your BD player around a lot and don't want to or can't move your MoCA adapter with it.
 

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Juts plug the ethernet connection on the MoCA adapter into an Ethernet Switch and then you can connect multiple devices into the Ethernet Switch for internet access, like the TiVo and the Blu-ray Disc player.
 
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