Ever wished you could watch that movie that's saved on your PC on your TV? Wanted to listen to the music on your hard drive through the speakers of your stereo? Want to show friends and family all those holiday snaps without having to all crowd around a camera or laptop? Now you can! Media streaming allows you to access the photos, films and music saved on your PC or laptop on your TV or stereo, giving you the comfort and convenience of watching or listening to the thousands of files on your computer without having to sit in front of it - ideal for watching a family movie or when there's nothing on the TV.
We can install a media streaming system to suit your existing equipment and you don't need a fancy new television to do it - virtually every television is compatible. Streaming can be set up for multiple televisions, games consoles, computers and even mobile phones. Prices and complexity range greatly - from a single cable to multiple wirelessly connected devices, we have a solution to suit both your needs and budget.
If you want to watch your movies on a proper TV from the comfort of the sofa, give us a call or drop us an email.
|Unsure of some of the terms we've used? We've handpicked a few definitions for you below, or you can visit our glossary for a comprehensive list. Click on 'read more' to see the full definition.|
|Bandwidth: Bandwidth refers to the amount of data that is transferred through a network or over an internet connection, which is measured in bits per second. The higher your bandwidth is, the more data that can be transferred, so a high bandwidth woul... read more|
|Blu-ray: Blu-ray is an optical disc format that is considered the upgrade to CDs and DVDs. It is used to store high definition video and large amounts of data - up to 25GB of data, as compared to 4.7GB on DVDs and only 700MB on CDs. It is called Blu... read more|
|MP3: MP3s are compressed audio files that became a popular file format with the birth of digital music downloads in the late 1990s. MP3s are much smaller than raw audio files, but have excellent sound quality. MP3s can be played on most media so... read more|
|MP4: MP4s are compressed video files that can store both video and other related data (such as subtitles or still images). MP4s can be streamed over the internet and can be played on most media software such as Windows Media Player, VLC or iTune... read more|
|MPG / MPEG: MPEG-1 is a standard for compressing raw audio and video without excessive loss of quality. This compression made digital audio broadcasting (DAB Radio) and digital cable/satellite TV possible. mpg and mpeg file suffixes denote an audio or ... read more|
|Multimedia: Multimedia is content that involves a variety of mediums - for example, a multimedia presentation may use text, video and pictures to convey its key points. Mediums that can be used include text, audio, images, animation, video and interact... read more|
|Streaming: Streaming data, such as music or video, refers to the method of receiving the data. Streaming data is different to simply downloading data as the content can be played without being downloaded in full. However, the service can be interrupte... read more|