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samdjones
Level 7

2x Wireless Speakers + Subwoofer (4.1) without Streambar?

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From the product pages it's not clear if this configuration is possible WITHOUT a Streambar:

  • Roku TV
  • Roku Wireless Speakers (front)
  • Roku Wireless Speakers (surround)
  • Roku Wireless Subwoofer

This would essentially be a 4.1 configuration.

I have the Roku Soundbar, and I don't care for the built in streaming capability. It causes confusion in my household, as sometimes people accidentally switch inputs to the Soundbar and don't understand what's going on. It also uses one of the TV inputs, of course. If we can build a full surround setup without it, that would be nice.

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RokuDanny-R
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Re: 2x Wireless Speakers + Subwoofer (4.1) without Streambar?

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@samdjones

Thanks for the inquiry.

Without the Streambar/Soundbar, you will only be able to connect 2 Wireless Speakers and a Subwoofer to your Roku TV.


Thanks,
Danny

Danny R.
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RokuDanny-R
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Re: 2x Wireless Speakers + Subwoofer (4.1) without Streambar?

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@samdjones

Thanks for the inquiry.

Without the Streambar/Soundbar, you will only be able to connect 2 Wireless Speakers and a Subwoofer to your Roku TV.


Thanks,
Danny

Danny R.
Roku Forum Moderator
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wdg1021
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Re: 2x Wireless Speakers + Subwoofer (4.1) without Streambar?

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Hello,

I have a TCL Roku TV.  Is this setup possible?

Pair of wireless Roku speakers connect to TV

Roku Sound Bar connetd to TV

A second Pair of Roku wireless speakers connected to sound Bar.
(2 connected to TV, 2 connected to soundbar for a total of 4)

Subwoofer connected to TV or soundbar.

 

Thank you.

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RokuDanny-R
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Re: 2x Wireless Speakers + Subwoofer (4.1) without Streambar?

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@wdg1021

Thanks for the inquiry.

If you are connecting 2 sets of wireless speakers to your home setup, you will need to connect them to your Roku Soundbar in order for everything to work.


Thanks,
Danny

Danny R.
Roku Forum Moderator
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