Remotes & Accessories

Help with Roku remotes and accessories, including pairing a remote, setting up TV power & volume control, using voice commands, power adapters, cables, headphones, and wireless speaker accessories.
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Tyrell3024
Level 7

Multiple Roku TV's in close vicinity

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I have three Roku TV's at my bar.  When I attempt to only change volume channel etc on one TV all three TV's react. Is there an aftermarket remote or way to customize the remote for only the intended TV to react at a time? 

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Tivoburkee
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Re: Multiple Roku TV's in close vicinity

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You would have abandon the IR remotes from all three tv's and upgrade each to wifi voice remote, which only pairs with one roku at a time. 

 

Any of the first three on this page will work:

 

https://www.roku.com/products/accessories/player

Edmund
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Tivoburkee
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Re: Multiple Roku TV's in close vicinity

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You would have abandon the IR remotes from all three tv's and upgrade each to wifi voice remote, which only pairs with one roku at a time. 

 

Any of the first three on this page will work:

 

https://www.roku.com/products/accessories/player

Edmund
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dfgsrzwer
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Re: Multiple Roku TV's in close vicinity

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There is no way to do this. You either have to buy a new TV (with a new remote) or... wait there is no other way*. All roku TVs use the same remote, and all roku boxes use the same remote. Luckily, Roku boxes and Roku TVs use different remotes, so they can be used in the same room.

 

 

*I lied...there is a very impracticable  way to do so involving different wifi setups and remotes, but in the long run it would be cheaper getting a new TV. The only short-run solution is get REALLY close to the IR with the remote, and hope it doesn't affect another device.

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