Can the LED TV's play avi files stored on say a computer on my network
It would depend on if the TV had wireless networking capability. If it does there should be something in your manual. Most likely you will have to run through a 3rd party hardware. The ps3 has a feature where you can have files on a network and access them through the ps3 to play on your tv. Hope that helps!
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