I unboxed my Mohu Leaf Glide HDTV indoor antenna with a possible range up to 65 miles. It may be possible for me to receive up to 30 channels in my area. I first attached it to my HDTV in the basement and was able to receive 6 channels – which seemed pretty good given the below ground level location. Later I tried it with my 1st floor HDTV and received 7 channels. At a future date I plan to set it up in my 2nd floor attic to check the channel reception at that higher elevation attached to a Silicon Dust HD Homerun. I need to figure out how to get power and an internet connection to my attic.
Mohu Leaf Glide HDTV Antenna, Indoor, Amplified, 65 Mile Range, Paper-thin, Reversible, Paintable, 4K-ready, with 16 foot detachable cable
I am currently waiting on my new Lumia 920 to arrive in the mail from AT&T.
As exciting as that is, let me present my question.
I've had an HTC Evo 4g (PC36100) for the past two years, and one thing I've loved about it is the ability to hook it up to my tv via HDMI.
I know that the 920 has DLNA instead of HDMI, and I am actually considering buying a new tv for christmas.
Which brings me to the topic of my rant [slash] my question:
Why is it so hard to find a tv (or, preferably, a projector - I know, I'm weird) that is DLNA-certified?
Retailers and manufacturers just don't list "DLNA-certified" as a feature of their products! WHYYYYYYYYY?!
Is there some date that I'm not aware has passed, after which all tvs (and projectors?) are required to be DLNA-certified?
Please, help me find a new tv or projector that I can connect my 920 to, so I can get my NetFlix on.