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Cheap microservers and desktop PCs are ideal when it comes to sharing and streaming your media around the house.
Connecting your smart TV to the internet with a network cable will ensure the most reliable performance. But which is the right type of network cable?
If you’re leaving a pay TV subscription or moving house there are two main options for receiving TV without a subscription: Freeview via an aerial or Freesat with a satellite dish. But which is the right choice for you?
It’s possible to spend between £3.50 and £90 on a HDMI cable. Does the cable really make a difference to the picture and audio quality? And what about those gold connectors?