Roku offers an affordable soundbar for people who prefer easy and utilitarian streaming TV platform. The Roku soundbar is 2.8 inches tall, 3.9 inches deep and 32.2 inches wide and contains and many features. Have a glimpse at it.
There in the soundbar of the Roku is the HDMI port with the support of ARC. There are optical audio input and the USB port for inputting the local media files. Besides, no analog 3.5 mm input for the purpose of plugging in the external audio device like your phone however you will be able to connect devices through the use of Bluetooth. In the soundbar, there are four 2.5 inch full-range drivers
The audio options in the Roku soundbar are easy to use. It has the two-level of boosted clarity in sound and also has the leveling mode that lessens the loud and quiet sound and the night mode that makes the volume from getting too high for comfort. These types of controls are easy to access so you can press the star button in the remote for the control overlay which will come on the top of the video you are seeing at that time.
The important feature about the Roku soundbar is that it doubles as a Roku 4K HDR streaming player. This will be able to operate in the input you utilize for HDMI-ARC connections. It has a port for the local media playback and also a mute button on the remote. The apps in the soundbar can load and run without any disturbances. There are also a lot of free movies for the viewers to enjoy.
How to Hook up Roku Tv to the Soundbar?
Are you wondering how to hook up Roku TV to soundbar? Then follow the points given below for its smooth setup.
To start the process you have to place a premium HDMI cable to the port available for the HDMI attachments at the back of the Roku.
Using the HDMI or Audio
To accomplish the process with easy configuration utilize the HDMI for both video and audio. If the Roku player right for outputting the 4K or the 4K HDR video you can have a look at the required items.
If the Roku player is set for the connection utilize one of the options below that fits your configuration.
Connecting with the Surround Sound TV
You have to connect one end of the HDMI cable that is not connected with the Roku player or you can try connecting with the streaming stick to the HDMI input or TV
Linking with the AVR or Soundbar with the HDMI Ports
Some of the AVR or the soundbar created to be used as a single point. This is for switching audio and video between the devices connected through the HDMI.
Firstly connect the end of the HDMI cable that is not attached to the Roku player or you can try connecting through the available HDMI input on the AVR or the soundbar
Link through the Premium high-speed HDMI cable to the input of the AVR or the soundbar. Link it through the opposite end to the HDMI input available on the TV
Connecting with the ARC that is audio return channel
If the TV and the soundbar support ARC this configuration is easy because the soundbar can also simply get the signal from the tuner of the TV and other devices. This kind of configuration permits you to change audio and video from the devices and the TV.
Link the one end of the HDMI cable that is not yet in link with the Roku player or you can connect the streaming stick to the HDMI input and TV. Link the premium high-speed HDMI cable to the HDMI port which can support the ARC.
What to do if you are not able to hear the audio?
- Firstly, click the home button on your remote and scroll to the settings
- Then, choose Audio>HDMI
- After that, you have to select the options that suit your Soundbar instead of ‘Auto detect‘
- If you are making use of the option audio then check the input you are using on the soundbar.
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