You could sum up the state of TV at the International Consumer Electronics Show this way: New delivery methods will let people watch pretty much anything, anytime, on gorgeous flat-panel displays.

At the adjoining Adult Entertainment Expo, which opened here Wednesday, the message is: We KNOW one thing people will choose.

Miami-based entrepreneur Estefano Isaias is using the adult expo to debut Fyre, which he is billing as the first set-top box to deliver DVD-quality adult movies on demand to home televisions.

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The Fyre simply has to be plugged into an Ethernet port in a broadband connection. Another plug goes into the TV, and voila.

If it's not your thing, consider at least the technical achievement.

A mainstream service from Vudu Inc., which works in a similar way as Fyre, has about 5,000 movies available. Fyre has 20,000 and is still expanding.

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The Fyre box (in beta now, officially debuting in April) will be free but require a subscription plan ranging from $10 to $100 a month.

Fyre shares revenue with the adult film studios that supply the videos, which are protected from copying by "digital rights management" technology.

With so much content available on Fyre, Isaias is proudest of the service's search function.

Customers can choose movies and individual scenes based on their stars, their locales, the sex acts depicted — you get the picture.