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LN52B750 and BD3600

I have just ordered the LN52B750, and I don't think it comes with the Linkstick adapter for wireless. I know that it can be purchased, but if I purchase the BD3600 player that does come with a linkstick, will that linkstick work on the tv?

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Wireless network

In reply to: LN52B750 and BD3600

I have both the same tv and bd player. The 3600 has the network adapter with it. The TV does not. You will need another Samsung wireless adapter to get the the internet connection working on the TV or else you can run a cat5e cable to the tv, thats what i did for the tv and it works great.

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Wireless network

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Thanks,
So that means that I could not just move the Linkstick back and forth as needed between the tv and the 3600? Sorry to be so dense about this, but this is my first 'adventure' with this type of technology.
As to wiring it directly to my router, that would be a major undertaking as the router is 50+ feet from the tv and that does not even take into consideration all the twists and turns to hide the cable. It would have been nice if the tv came equipped for wireless connectivity, but you can't have everything....However, I can't wait till next week when the tv will arrive! Now what do I do with the 200 pound monster this tv will replace???? Boat anchor?

Thanks for your help

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wireless

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You can move the USB dongle back and forth between components. I guess it depends on how hard it is to get at the back of the DVD player once you have it in a stand...

My old 32" is now in my bedroom. We use it ocassionaly for movies and some late night viewing. I would have donated it somewhere but my wife wanted it still.

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WIS09ABGN

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The WIS09ABGN (which is included with the BD-P3600 can be used with the supported models:

Support Models

BDP1590, BDP1600, BDP3600, HTBD1250, LN37B650T1F, LN40B650T1F, LN46B650T1F, LN52B750U1F, LN55B650T1F, PN50B650S1F, PN58B650S1F, UN40B6000VF, UN46B7000WF, UN46B7100WF, UN55B6000VF, UN55B7000WF, UN55B7100WF

Hope that helps!

--HDTech

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LN52B750 and BD3600

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Thank you all for your help...much appreciated.

By the way, I have the Harmony One and it has been great for the equipment I currently have, and would expect it to work fine with the new tv and bluray...

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LN52B750 and BD3600

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ragmopp,

Good news! Keep us posted.

--HDTech

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Can the Linkstick be shared?

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Could I share a single Linkstick through a USB hub that is connected to both the Bluray and LCD?

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Can the Linkstick be shared?

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chip_wells,

No, the LinkStick will work in one unit at a time, but not both units at the same time. This is assuming that both products are 2008 or both are 2009 products, in which case, they can share a Linkstick.

--HDTech

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