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Sorry if this has been answered, I did search first. I have a Samsung TV wired to my router. Also connected to the router is a Buffalo Live NAS. I have two computers and a PS3 connected via WiFi. I am trying to use Hulu+, Amazon, Netflix, etc on the Samsung TV and having a lot of problems streaming (stuttering frequently). I have lowered my Hulu+ to the lowest resolution and still have trouble with it and Amazon video. Netflix seems to play fine on the TV, but I don't do much HD on there.


I have no problems with HD content on either the computers or the PS3. I've tried different ports on the router and different cables (Cat 5e) on the TV. I just can't seem to wrap my mind around why WiFi would be giving me better streaming results over a wired connection. Should I just get a WiFi adapter for the TV and try that?
 
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