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kpcbm1
Level 7

Multiple tv'' in the house- 9 total

I'm thinking of joining the revolution and I have multiple tv's and am wondering if a need a seperate Roku device for each one or just swap out when not watching and move the device?

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1zodiac
Level 10

Re: Multiple tv'' in the house- 9 total

9 tv's???

yes you can get away with just one.

 

myself,i would at least get HDMI cables for each tv so i wouldn't have to go to back of the tv each time,but that's up to you.

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Tivoburkee
Community Streaming Expert

Re: Multiple tv'' in the house- 9 total

If you go with roku stick, add a hdmi coupler to the end of the suggested hdmi so you can attach the stick to the hdmi cable end.

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Karmagedon
Level 10

Re: Multiple tv'' in the house- 9 total

Holy smoly... 9 TV?  You can get away with just one but you may also want to look at the soundbar which has a roku device built-in, although that's more harder to move from around.

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