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mlb.tv for mobile phone

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by proudpittsburgher, May 31, 2011.

  1. I was thinking of plunking down the cash for mlb.tv, but I had a couple of questions.. . .

    I have an iphone 4, and have paid the 120 for mlb.tv premium before. I liked it because I could just connect my computer to my bigscreen and watch it on tv that way, if I was home. Otherwise, I liked the internet portability of watching it wherever I was. Now, I see you can get it for 50 bucks for the smartphone only (after paying 11 bucks for the mlb at bat ap.

    So, can I connect my smartphone to my TV and get a decent quality feed, or will it be worse than buying the premium mlb.tv package? I know a cable exists to do this, but I wasn't sure about the quality.

    Also, does anyone have this who could talk me into or out of getting it? I also plan on replacing my XM in the car with this service, and I can just connect my phone to the cars audio system so I can choose home or away broadcasts, as opposed to only getting home broadcasts through XM.

    Any guidence on this would be appreciated. Thanks
  2. dixiehack

    dixiehack Well-Known Member

    Allow me to draft off your heat. If one gets the MLB radio app, can you use it on a PC as well, or do you have to buy a separate package?
  3. Stitch

    Stitch Active Member

    Audio for a PC and mobile are separate fees. For MLB.tv, the best best is to get a Roku to watch on a TV or hook up a laptop your TV.
  4. patchs

    patchs Active Member

    I'm not sure about the iPhone but the upcoming Evo 3D will have a HDMI out and I'm tempted to get At Bat with the TV and try it.
    It's amazing, for $65 for the entire season, you can watch EVERY MLB game on your phone. MLB deserves major props for this.
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