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Wireless adapter for Panasonic DMP-BD60 Blu-ray player

Can anyone recommend a wireless adapter for a Panasonic Blu-ray player,
DMP-BD60? I asked Panasonic help but there answer was "you will need an ethernet wireless adaptor with a RJ-45 connector." I am asking for specific brands and models.

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Re: Try hereeee

In reply to: Try heree

You know, nothing says **** more than someone, instead of answering a simple question that was asks, decides to attempt to show their perceived superiority by writing,"This type of thing takes about 15 seconds, blah blah blah blah."

How about:

Hey tzoidman, Panasonic makes one for this, but the damned thing costs about $65. You'd be better off getting a used wireless access point, and a cat-5 cable. I found a wireless router that could be converted to an access point for $6 at Goodwill one day. I've seen them at Frye's for $20 or so. I hope this helps.

@Pepe, See how it's done. That only took me about 20 seconds to answer a question for someone, and I didn't have to be a kawk about it.

Don't go through life being a ****, son.

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