Netflix on non-Smart TV How to watch Step by Step Guide

How to see Netflix on non-Smart TV

How to see Netflix on non-Smart TV?

How to view Netflix with Chromecast, Apple TV, or Amazon Fire Stick TV

To turn your TV into a smart device you can connect a streaming media player like Chromecast,  Amazon Fire Stick TV, Roku Stick (HDMI  sticks ), or  Apple TV or  Amazon Fire TV and use the Netflix app. It’s all very simple: (Watch Netflix on non-Smart TV)

  1. Connect devices quickly to your TV with an HDMI cable,
  2. Configure them and connect them to your home Wi-Fi network,
  3. Launch the Netflix app, log in with your passwords, and watch all the content!
 In this way, you can make Smart your TV at a very low cost  (between 40 and 60 euros for HDMI keys) and cheap for Apple TV and Amazon Fire TV (from 70 to 160 euros) and with extreme simplicity.

How to see Netflix on non-Smart TV with a Blu-Ray player

Maybe you didn’t know, but that DVD / Blu-Ray player you purchased might serve as your preferred channel to watch Netflix on your TV. Check if your device is Smart by evaluating its technical specifications. Many brands and models of Blu-Ray players, especially the most recent, can be connected to the internet and allow the installation of apps. Denon, Sony, Hitachi, Samsung, Vizio, Philips, Panasonic, Sharp, Toshiba are just some of the brands that make readers compatible with the Netflix app. 
To connect your Blue-Ray player to the TV, connect the player to the internet, install the app and enjoy the show in the comfort of your living room.

How to see Netflix on non-smart TV with Game Consoles

Netflix is ​​also available as an app for the best console games on the market. Just connect your console to the TV, install the Netflix app, log in with your subscription and it’s done! 
You can use the consoles:
  1. PlayStation 3 and 4
  2. Xbox 360 and One
  3. Wii U
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