Roku is a Media Streaming Box by which users can easily stream and watch movie, music, TV series on their TV screens. It can be connected to the Internet by both WiFi or Ethernet cable. Since Roku streams the videos in full HD quality, it demands a strong Internet connection.
It worth mentioning that the latest version, Roku4 has the ability to supports 4K quality streams. Accordingly, for those customers who have 4K TVs, the Roku would be the best choice.
All Roku players attach to your TV by HDMI. Roku Express+ combines the option to connect via a composite cable which operates with older TVs.
There are two central types of Roku, both of which will need your TV to have at least one HDMI port.
All HDTVs have at least one HDMI port; the HDMI port can often be located on the back of the TV. Based on your Roku type, this process will diversify lightly.
Both the Roku Player and the Roku Stick need a connection to a power source or a power oAutlet.
Please note, if your TV has a USB port, you can use that to connect Roku stick and it works as a power source.
On the network section, perform the following steps:
After connecting to a network, you must allow the Roku to get the latest update.
If you’re utilizing a Roku player, your Roku will quickly discover the suitable settings for your HDTV and apply it.
You’ll require to insert the five-character code which appears on-screen in order to activate your Roku device.
This was the last step in setting up your Roku device for streaming IPTV channels. In order to use IPTV features on Roku, you can use M3U playlist player application on your device. How to setup IPTV on Roku using M3U playlist player?
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