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Hi Guys, Please let me know how to set up Roku TV wireless speakers? I am facing this issue last 1 week I don't know how to set it. Help me.
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Roku TV Wireless Speakers join loud, sonorous sound to the Roku TV with no slovenly audio cables to join or complex setup. The only thing you have to do is attach the power wire and set each speaker to your Roku TV. As soon as you connect, you will observe a big-picture sound from running channels, over-the-air TV from an antenna, and outside devices like cable or satellite set-top box.
You can also set up Roku TV Wireless Speakers to play audio from your Bluetooth devices like a smartphone, computer or tablet. Just match your Bluetooth equipment and play music any other audio from apps installed on your Bluetooth device to your Roku TV Wireless Speakers all without needing to have your Roku TV screen on.
No. Roku TV Wireless Speakers are composed particularly to use for a Roku TV. these speakers cannot be connected to any other TV or a Roku streaming player. If we talk about Roku TV and a Roku player there is a huge difference between the two.
Roku TV is a standalone smart TV with an inbuilt TV display, Roku OS, and the ability to stream content over the internet, watch live TV with an antenna, and access connected devices like a cable set-top box or Blu-ray player and on the other hand, Roku players are like cable set-top boxes and can be connected to a TV using an HDMI cable to start streaming content over the internet.
Along with your Roku TV Wireless Speakers, one will need the following equipment to start:
Power for Both Speaker: If there is no divider outlet close to every speaker area, you might need to utilize a power augmentation link.
Roku TV Connected to the Internet: In order to check that your Roku TV is connected to the internet, you need to Go to Settings > Network > About and look that Status says "Connected".
Existing Roku TV Remote: If you want your Roku TV into pairing mode and initiate the setup process, then you will need your existing Roku TV remote also.
When selecting on the best place for your Roku TV Wireless Speakers, one thing you need to keep in mind is each speaker needs to be close to a wall outlet, or you may need a separate power extension cable.
You can place your wireless speakers on a piece of furniture, mounted to a wall, or attached to speaker stands. While choosing wall mounts or speaker stands, make sure they are compatible with the 1/4" 20-threaded mounting socket at the backside of each speaker and can safely support at least 4 pounds.
Before you start the setup process, you must check the software version of your Roku TV by the steps mentioned below:
Click on the Home button on your Roku TV remote.
Scroll up or down and select Settings, supported by the System.
Select System update, and look for the Software version.
To initiate the pairing process, plug a power cable into an individual speaker and a nearby wall outlet, and monitor the spoken instructions. Each speaker renders the instructions separately. If you favor hearing only one set of instructions, power on only one speaker to begin the pairing process. Till then you can wait and power on the other speaker later when your Roku TV is searching for a second speaker.
Before pairing a speaker to your Roku TV, the vocalized directions are repeated every few minutes. If you wish to hear them again quickly, press the Pair button on the back of the speaker.
The speaker will ask you to complete the subsequent steps to put your Roku TV into pairing mode.
Make sure your Roku TV is powered on.
Press and hold the Home button on your existing Roku TV remote for 5 seconds.
After you complete step 3, you can follow along with the steps on your Roku TV screen, or continue reading this article for a more comprehensive set of instructions.
When your Roku TV is in pairing mode, it automatically recognizes and pairs each speaker, one at a time. A process symbol lets you know when your Roku TV is searching for, pairing with, updating, or restarting a specific speaker; moving from the first speaker to the second on its own. After a few minutes, it takes to pair and update each speaker.
A sound will play in only one of the speakers. While facing the TV screen, distinguish whether the speaker playing the sound is on your left or your right.
Select Left or Right.
As you assign a left or right value to the first speaker, a sound will play in the other speaker. Confirm you can hear the sound in the second speaker by selecting Yes.
Your Roku wireless speakers are now paired to your Roku TV and configured for stereo sound.