Hisense 50" Class 4K UHD LED Roku Smart TV HDR 50R6E1
is either of these remotes compatible?
Enhanced voice remote With TV controls and personal shortcuts
Power up your TV, adjust the volume, mute, and control your streaming. Use Roku Voice to quickly search and more, enjoy private listening with connected headphones, and set personal shortcuts for one-touch control.
Roku 4Roku Ultra LTRoku Ultra (model 4670)Roku Smart SoundbarRoku TV (model series 6000X, 7000X, C000X, 8000X, A000X)
With voice search and private listening
Game on with buttons and motion control support for gaming, use Roku Voice, and enjoy private listening on your remote.
we are after the headphone jack like our roku ultra has (well it has the gaming remote).
If that's all you need, why not simply install the Roku application on your cell phone (assuming it runs Android or Apple's OS)? It comes with some additional features, which may or may not appeal to you. I have only "entered the world of Roku" two days ago and, therefore, have not yet fully explored either the cell phone app or the Roku (television). But I have done so to some limited extent.
Specifically in regards to the app: The headphone function works, 100%! Tested both with traditional wired 'phones (earbuds) AND Bluetooth ones - go wireless and not be tethered to your television, lol (or, alternatively, do so and avoid the minimal chance of getting up for some sort of emergency and pulling your television off into the floor). The cell phone's virtual keyboard is, of course, approximately one million times more annoying than the actual physical keyboard on a desktop or laptop computer - but, for Roku use, it also happens to be approximately one million times LESS annoying than using the lame Roku onscreen "keyboard" and the physical remote's four-way direction button / OK button setup. So that should be a plus if you intend to search for any television shows and/or movies by name (or do any other text entry).
I just tried using the microphone "icon" on my cell phone's virtual keyboard to perform a search. It stated that this function was unavailable. "That's odd," I thought, "I was under the impression that voice searching worked in the United States." Then I noticed that rather obvious (whoops!) microphone icon at the top of the Roku app. So that works, too.