Hi I have just purchased the KDL32CX523 and wasnt aware that I had to get a seperate adapter to connect to the internet facilities. Could someone tell me where to get one from at the cheapest price or if it is somehow possible to use the internet without it?
I was going to say that if you really want / need to go wireless, there is only 1 option, the Sony UWA-BR100 Wireless Adapter, but your TV seems to have had compatibilty removed from the specifications. I know it was there at some stage, because I have the same TV and saw it in the past.
There are 2 alternatives....
If you your wireless modem is close to the TV you could just use a network cable to connect the 2 together. This is the easiest method.
If your Wireless modem is in a different room, then you could use Powerline adapters. They plug into your electricity points and use it like a network. This is what I use to get my TV on the Internet. You must make sure that the rooms are on the same circuit though for this to work.
Can anyone else provide information on the compatibility with the Sony Wireless Adapter?
I use 4 of the TP-Link 200Mbps Home Plugs to link my router to 2 TVs, NAS, BD HDD Recorder, BD Player, Colour Laser Printer, Desktop PC and they work great. No problems in any room in the house. I have not found any problems with different ring mains as long as they go to the same mains junction fuse box.
If you go wireless, I'm afraid only the Sony USB Wireless Adapter will work.