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All our Mitchell & Brown Smart TVs are WiFi enabled, meaning they have a wireless adapter built in. Connecting to the web takes just a few minutes – but this option works best when your TV is in the same room as the router.

There are two main ways to connect your smart TV to the internet; wirelessly (Wi-Fi) or with an ethernet cable.

All our Smart TVs have built in WiFi and you can connect to your home wireless network during the setup of your TV, or through network settings.

Benefits of a wireless connection

There are no trailing wires – perfect for keeping your living room uncluttered

You have the freedom to place your TV anywhere in your home, which makes it the best option for wall mounting

It’s incredibly simple to set up – simply press a few buttons on your TV remote

Alternatively, you can use a wired connection and connect your router to your TV via an ethernet cable. The plus side of this is that it tends to be more stable than a WiFi connection. 

However, this option isn’t always possible, therefore a WiFi TV offers much more flexibility when it comes to connectivity. 

Access Smart Apps


Having a Mitchell & Brown Smart WiFi connected TV allows you to access online content, whether that’s streaming on-demand content from apps like BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and My5; or subscription services such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. 

To get the most of from your Mitchell & Brown Smart TV, you need a reasonably speedy internet connection. On-demand shows and movies are streamed using your internet connection, so the stronger your speed, the smoother your viewing experience will be.

Smart TVs with connected WiFi do offer other potential advantages. Our latest Android models work with Google Assistant. Voice search now lets you find content from live TV as well as streaming services and adds search for everything from weather and your favorite TV series to the latest news.