Roku is best known for its affordable set-top box streamers, but it has also become a popular software platform for smart budget TV. If you happen to own one, you can mount it with Roku-labeled stereo speakers starting tomorrow. The $ 200 seat, simply referred to as Roku TV Wireless Speakers, works exclusively with Roku TV ̵1; they can not be connected to anything else via a conventional wired input because there are no. It includes regular Roku streaming boxes, by the way, it's a Roku TV or nothing. They use your home Wi-Fi connection for both audio and auto-update software, and can compare sound levels for more comfortable listening. It's a big blessing if you're sick of obnoxiously loud commercials.
The design deals with flexibility for simplicity, as well as Rokus vana, with a two-part setting for stereo separation without a dedicated subwoofer. The supplied pin remote control can control both the speakers and a Roku TV with voice commands, but there is also a secondary "desktop" remote control. This little gadget looks like a hockey stick with buttons, but it's meant to be a more dedicated music control, allowing you to easily pause and skip dedicated music apps like Pandora. It has voice control, but it requires a dedicated button press to start listening, which seems a little awkward now that Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are so ubiquitous.
In the case of specs, both speakers use a .75-inch tweeter and 3.5-inch woofer and need a dedicated power outlet, although Roku does not mention a watts rating. Although Roku TV Wireless Speakers can not connect to anything via a cable, they take a Bluetooth A2DP signal like most TV audio bars. They can be mounted on a standard .25 inch wire if you wish.
If you are sold, you may want to hold an order for a week or so: The $ 200 speaker rate will drop to only $ 150 on Sunday, November 25th and the following "Cyber Monday."
Source: Roku via Verge