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Can you connect a laptop HDMI to an AZ box to view on HDTV? If yes, can instructions be provided for use.
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HDMI of a laptop is for output to a display, not the other way around.
Why would one wanna watch on such a small screen anyway?

Just connect the Az HDMI out to your TV's HDMI in.


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There are videos on the Internet that I would like to display on a 65" HDTV.
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There are videos on the Internet that I would like to display on a 65" HDTV.


You should be able to hook it directly to the tv, that is if it has hdmi inputs
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No HDMI inputs on HDTV. That's why I  posed the first question.
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If the hdtv has a dvi input, you could use a hdmi to dvi cable. If not you might want to check out tigerdirect for video converter boxes to the hdtv.
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