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Is the bluetooth only used for streaming music? Or can I also watch Netflix on my devices.

asked on December 3, 2012

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I have Netflix also, and that particular adapter is connected to our flat screen television. Wi Fi and Blue Tooth are not the same. Wi Fi is through
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I have Netflix also, and that particular adapter is connected to our flat screen television. Wi Fi and Blue Tooth are not the same. Wi Fi is through
an internet connection. Blue Tooth is not.
My new Sony Walkman has Blue Tooth, and I have used that connection with the Sony Sound Bar. The resulting sounds are amazing!! Perfect for holiday music. Sony has done it again! see less
I have Netflix also, and that particular adapter is connected to our flat screen television. Wi Fi and Blue Tooth are not the same. Wi Fi is through
an internet connection. Blue Tooth is not.
My new Sony Walkman has Blue Tooth, and I have used that connection with the Sony Sound Bar. The resulting sounds are amazing!! Perfect for holiday music. Sony has done it again!

Oceanhut answered on December 3, 2012
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Its a device that recives sound, it will play whatever you send it, like headphones. You will need to either watch netflix on the tv or computer or phone.
Chrissy answered on December 5, 2012
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yes only streaming music
David I. White II answered on December 4, 2012
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You can get the manual from Sony's website for more details but it supports A2DP so it shouldn't matter what the source of the audio is as long as your streaming device is using A2DP to communicate. Please keep in mind I have not tested this as I just got mine & haven't hooked it up, yet.
J. Taylor answered on December 3, 2012
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