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We were given Apple TV for Christmas.
We aren't big movie watchers. We don't have a NetFlix account, and have no desire to get one. We don't download free shit from the internet. We have a perfectly good DVR to,record/watch all the TV shows we like.
We have an iPad, and recently got the adapter so we could hook it to the TV-- to watch a movie here and there, show vacation/kid pics, etc. We have one TV.

What the hell can we do with Apple TV that we don't already do, besides dust off the black box?
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Honestly, I know nothing about this product. If it's cool and useful, I'm happy to keep it. Otherwise, we'll go exchange it for something else.
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you can stream content from you iOS devices to your home entertainment center. In other words if you have movies/music on your ipad / iphone you can steam them to the stereo / TV. Beyond that you can watch / listen to / see anything in your itunes on your TV as well. It basically extends the media outlet of itunes to your TV. It also allows you to stream content from itunes store directly to your TV so if you wanted to rent a movie or TV show on your ipad you could watch it on your TV without having to plug your ipad in to the TV.

If you are a big itunes user and have a lot of media on itunes it is pretty cool, if you don't probably not worth it.

As for the comment on the Roku, unless you are streaming a lot of things from the internet, the roku is even more useless than the apple TV.

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I use mine mainly for parties. with the remote app its nice to be able to control my music from anywhere in the house with my iPad, over my sound system




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I haven't yet opened the cable to connect the iPad to the tv. My husband put it in my stocking, not knowing his parents were going to buy us Apple TV. Incidentally, he also bought me a sound bar to get better sound out of our TV; it has an iPod dock. I think these 3 items together are just overkill considering neither of us has an iPhone or a Mac.
If our TV were near the kitchen it would be great to listen to some tumes while I'm making sammiches, but it's not. And we don't have parties.... Perhaps i should have titled this thread " we are lame Amish people; who wants to trade Apple TV for a donkey?"
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Jailbreak it and stream whatever you want to it without using iTunes.

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If its an official HDMI cable adapter for the iPad, it's around $60. The AppleTV is $100 and WAY more useful.

We use ourse mainly for streaming music to the surround system during parties or whatever. I also like it for pushing TV shows to the TV from Netflix or iTunes. Or YouTube videos.

If you got the AppleTV for free, hook it up and try it, it's really a nice device.
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Yeah, the adapter is the Apple brand. $60 in exchange for an iTunes gift card might get us rolling on some ATV fun. Part of why we don't rent movies on iTunes is because we can walk to a blockbuster express kiosk, where they are $1. And we like to walk. Yep-- totally Amish.
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Yeah, the adapter is the Apple brand. $60 in exchange for an iTunes gift card might get us rolling on some ATV fun. Part of why we don't rent movies on iTunes is because we can walk to a blockbuster express kiosk, where they are $1. And we like to walk. Yep-- totally Amish.
Rip the movies and make a "digital back up" so you can watch those movies when you want on the Apple TV

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Rip the movies and make a "digital back up" so you can watch those movies when you want on the Apple TV
Pardon me for being in the dark ages, but how would one do that? My PC is pretty old and slow so it's not really capable of handling anything. If I can't do it on my iPad, or legally on my work laptop, I'm not going to bother.
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Pardon me for being in the dark ages, but how would one do that? My PC is pretty old and slow so it's not really capable of handling anything. If I can't do it on my iPad, or legally on my work laptop, I'm not going to bother.
You are not able to do it on your iPad. Here is a comparison of dvd rippers available for purchase: http://dvd-copy-software-review.toptenreviews.com/

I am sure others may suggest other products and the ethically challanged and the cash flow challanged will chime in with free options.

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Pardon me for being in the dark ages, but how would one do that? My PC is pretty old and slow so it's not really capable of handling anything. If I can't do it on my iPad, or legally on my work laptop, I'm not going to bother.
if you don't own the movie, you can't make a legal digital backup. So it isn't legal to rent a movie, and rip it. It is the same concept as going to library and checking out a music CD, burning it in your computer and then returning the CD.

That being said, to make a digital backup of a DVD or blue ray isn't very difficult, it simply requires one of a dozen or so different programs to do it (most of the programs are not free) and drive to store that data on.

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We rarely watch movies more than once. I'd just as soon rent the movie and be done with it. For the one or two I like, I buy the DVD. I could just move over to buying the movie on iTunes.
I honestly get more use out of my DVR than anything else. Love TV, not so much movies. Haven't been to a movie in at least 6 months.
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Based on your responses, I'd return the Apple TV and just keep the iPad cable. It doesn't sound like you'd really use it other than the first couple days of having it just to try it out.

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I'd keep the ATV over the cable so that the day you want to play something from your iPad on the tv, you can just stream to it and not hook up cables and walk up to the ipad to pause and etc. That is unless you have no permanent space for the ATV on your "entertainment center".

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Based on your responses, I'd return the Apple TV and just keep the iPad cable. It doesn't sound like you'd really use it other than the first couple days of having it just to try it out.

Or send it to me
Again $60 for the cable, walk to the TV and physically hook the iPad up. Vs. FREE to you Apple TV, where you touch a button the iPad and its on the TV. Just sayin, try the Apple TV you'll like it.

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I'd keep the ATV over the cable so that the day you want to play something from your iPad on the tv, you can just stream to it and not hook up cables and walk up to the ipad to pause and etc. That is unless you have no permanent space for the ATV on your "entertainment center".
This +1

You see how small the box is, its a very tiny device. And you don't NEED to use the IR included remote. The iPad will work as a wifi remote just fine. There's an App for that.




As a side note, our goal with the ATV was to eliminate cable TV service...... that didn't quite work out, but we use the ATV more and the DVR less. Especially for new to us shows that are in the 2nd or 3rd season. You can catch up with Netflix or Itunes rentals.
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We're gonna give it a try; it's free to us so worth it. Cable is going back to the Apple store, and the sound bar is still TBD. It's a nice space saver, though.
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We're gonna give it a try; it's free to us so worth it. Cable is going back to the Apple store, and the sound bar is still TBD. It's a nice space saver, though.
How is the Apple TV working out for you?

If anyone is bored with one and would like to get rid of it, let me know, maybe we can make a deal. I'd like to try it out, but its kind of hard to justify spending $100 on something that I may not like.

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How is the Apple TV working out for you?

If anyone is bored with one and would like to get rid of it, let me know, maybe we can make a deal. I'd like to try it out, but its kind of hard to justify spending $100 on something that I may not like.
Glad you asked. Our house was burglarized in August and it was taken. I don't miss it terribly; however, I do miss the AirPlay feature because we really use the heck out of our iPad.
We don't have time to watch movies but if we did, I would use the Apple TV. I think when our youngest gets to be 2.5 yrs old or so, something like Apple TV will be a great add to our house. For sub-$100 bucks, I recommend it. Even more so if you are an Apple user (iPhone, iPad, etc).
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How is the Apple TV working out for you?

If anyone is bored with one and would like to get rid of it, let me know, maybe we can make a deal. I'd like to try it out, but its kind of hard to justify spending $100 on something that I may not like.
Get a refurb one from Apple for $85.

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Glad you asked. Our house was burglarized in August and it was taken. I don't miss it terribly; however, I do miss the AirPlay feature because we really use the heck out of our iPad.
We don't have time to watch movies but if we did, I would use the Apple TV. I think when our youngest gets to be 2.5 yrs old or so, something like Apple TV will be a great add to our house. For sub-$100 bucks, I recommend it. Even more so if you are an Apple user (iPhone, iPad, etc).
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Get a refurb one from Apple for $85.
Crossed my mind, thanks.

I am just looking for options to cable tv...apple tv to use for netflix and or hulu or streaming from network channels.

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Crossed my mind, thanks.

I am just looking for options to cable tv...apple tv to use for netflix and or hulu or streaming from network channels.
You can't AirPlay from Hulu Plus, but I have heard that may be coming down the road.

We have U-verse TV and really love it. I don't see me getting rid of the cable/DVR set up any time soon.
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We have U-verse TV and really love it. I don't see me getting rid of the cable/DVR set up any time soon.
That is very good info right there.

We have Uverse as well, the whole house DVR rocks. We are saving a few dollars over Comcast, but would love to save more.

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That is very good info right there.

We have Uverse as well, the whole house DVR rocks. We are saving a few dollars over Comcast, but would love to save more.
I'm not the person to ask. I do a little price shopping but mostly I choose what works and what's simple, and I'm willing to pay for it. I don't have the time to mess around with do-it-yourself options these days so I'm more of the "throw money at it" kind of gal.
But I know there are tons of people on clsb who do work with the cost cutting part of this and I'm sure they can chime in.
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Actually there is a Hulu plus app for the Apple TV now. But, I discovered that my blue ray player can stream Hulu plus , so will just use that for now. Thanks.

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