Mirror for Sony TV
Mirror for Sony TV
3.5.6

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Mirror for Sony TV free download for Mac

Mirror for Sony TV3.5.6

06 May 2020

Mirror the screen of your Mac to any Sony Bravia Smart TV.

Overview

Mirror for Sony TV is the application to mirror the screen of your Mac to any Sony Bravia Smart TV. No wires and no additional hardware needed!

The quality of your experience will be dependant on the quality of your local network. Some tips to enhance the experience:

  • Preferably, connect your TV by LAN cable to your router.
  • Use an "ac" router. If you don't have one, then an "n" router.
  • Try not to overload your wifi network by moving big files around while you are mirroring.

What's new in Mirror for Sony TV

Version 3.5.6:
  • Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 Reviews of Mirror for Sony TV

5
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
18 February 2019
Version: 3.5

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OK, I just bought a copy of Mirror for Sony for myself. And it works very well. My computer is linked to my TV over my ethernet network, so bandwidth isn't a problem. Mirror for Sony linked to my TV without difficulty. I expected some but there was none. No setup issues. I clicked buy after the two minute trial, and a serial number was included in my receipt. Pasted it in and it was a go. I'm watching the new Star Trek over CBS All Access, via Amazon Prime. I was displeased with the service because it only worked with my computer. My TV was not authorized. But I don't like watching video on my computer. Though the monitor is on my 2013 27" iMac is fine, my 55" TV is better. I also dislike CBS All Access because the programming includes commercials. For a paid service, the programs should be commercial free. So I may cancel the service after I watch the two seasons of Star Trek. The limitations are a pain. Which is why I bought Mirror. I'm glad it works as well as it does. That said, the picture came across at full resolution, with none of the usual streaming artifacts or hiccups. Of course I have an excellent router with above average bandwidth, so this channel, at least, streams well. I don't know why there are no other reviews, so I hope this will encourage others to give Mirror a try. I suspect versions for other smart TVs will work just as well. If they don't, we should hear about it.
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5
B-Jefferson-Le-Blanc
18 February 2019
Version: 3.5
OK, I just bought a copy of Mirror for Sony for myself. And it works very well. My computer is linked to my TV over my ethernet network, so bandwidth isn't a problem. Mirror for Sony linked to my TV without difficulty. I expected some but there was none. No setup issues. I clicked buy after the two minute trial, and a serial number was included in my receipt. Pasted it in and it was a go. I'm watching the new Star Trek over CBS All Access, via Amazon Prime. I was displeased with the service because it only worked with my computer. My TV was not authorized. But I don't like watching video on my computer. Though the monitor is on my 2013 27" iMac is fine, my 55" TV is better. I also dislike CBS All Access because the programming includes commercials. For a paid service, the programs should be commercial free. So I may cancel the service after I watch the two seasons of Star Trek. The limitations are a pain. Which is why I bought Mirror. I'm glad it works as well as it does. That said, the picture came across at full resolution, with none of the usual streaming artifacts or hiccups. Of course I have an excellent router with above average bandwidth, so this channel, at least, streams well. I don't know why there are no other reviews, so I hope this will encourage others to give Mirror a try. I suspect versions for other smart TVs will work just as well. If they don't, we should hear about it.
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mandeepk441
25 June 2018
Version: 2.1.7
hey can you get me the license key
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Jimw
13 February 2017
Version: 1.3.9
You also can do what I do: Use your Bravia TV as a monitor for your Mac by hooking up the video card to the TV with a cheap HDMI cable, using wireless keyboards and trackpad for control, and running the sound through your multimedia sound system that everyone has if they had the money to purchase Brava and wanted good sound from it.
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