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How would I get Kayo on my big screen TV?

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Hello all,

 

i interested in Kayo, but  I'm confused as to how I would get it to my big screen TV? 

 

Yes I have ethernet connection to my TV.

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Hello all,
 
i interested in Kayo, but  I'm confused as to how I would get it to my big screen TV? 
 
Yes I have ethernet connection to my TV.
You need a device to stream it with - I recently joined up with Kayo at $25 a month, and as Fetch isn't compatible had to buy an Apple tv Set top box.
Works very well and worth the investment.

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If it's a smart TV you should be able to load the Kayo app.

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Or buy a Chrome Cast and plug it into your AVR - thats what I did.

They recommend the latest version of Chromecast and I tried it first with another brand and it didn't work so I guess there is a real reason they recommend Chromecast only.

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Otherwise

1. Apple TV as @evil csays

2. Chromecast

3. Directly wire your laptop via HDMI

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We do the 3rd option above.

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On 13/04/2019 at 8:51 PM, a.dent said:

If it's a smart TV you should be able to load the Kayo app.

No smart TVs have it yet do they? 

 

To the OP, you can get a Vodafone TV and add Kayo to Kodi and watch from there. I don't know which is better, the completely shocking UI of the Kayo app or what it looks like as just a list in Kodi.

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8 hours ago, deviltoob said:

No smart TVs have it yet do they? 

 

To the OP, you can get a Vodafone TV and add Kayo to Kodi and watch from there. I don't know which is better, the completely shocking UI of the Kayo app or what it looks like as just a list in Kodi.

Looks like only Android TVs have a Kayo app.

Probably the same TVs that have a Chromecast app! 

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I use the original telstra TV, which you can pick up pretty cheap these days, works pretty nice and supports foxtel now as well (in addition to Netflix, YouTube etc). Pq is pretty great to me, but is apparently only 720p, though I wonder about that after the last update. Looks better on my 70" 1080p LG now. Ttv2 will definitely do 1080p if you have enough internet bandwidth. 

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On 14/04/2019 at 8:03 AM, Batty said:

We do the 3rd option above.

This is what I used to do, but I bought a chromecast this week. I reckon the picture quality is a bit better than running it through a web browser displayed on the tv.

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I have a Chromecast, Apple TV and a PC connected via HDMI. The Apple TV has the superior picture but my version of Chromecast is limited to 720p with Kayo.

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Has anybody heard when KAYO is going to be available on Samsung TVs.  Earlier in the year, Samsung made a big song and dance about a software upgrade sometime in April but so far no sign of it?

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