Look closely at the power brick. The text is likely very tiny. If it's labeled 110-220v, you're fine. But if it doesn't specifically list 220v, then it's not dual volt. Many power supplies like this are dual voltage, but don't depend on it without checking.
I am looking to upgrade my Roku to the Ultra, but I don't have it currently. This is why I am asking if the power pack is dual voltage, as I cannot look myself. Do you have this device? Are you able to see if the power pack is dual voltage?
Yes, I have an Ultra, but it's the 4640, not the latest model. While there most likely isn't any difference, I can't say that for sure. But I'll check mine when I get home this evening.
Don't forget that if you buy a Roku in North America, it won't have the correct plug for UK or Europe, even if it does support 220v. You'll need an adapter.
Fair enough. Looks like they aren't dual voltage. Would make a nice little puff of smoke if one tried, I suppose.
I live in the EU for 3 years now. Mine works fine on 220V I have the ultra HD model.
That just means yours came with a wall connection that supports 220v. The original poster never specified where they were located. Any Roku sold in a particular location will have a power adapter suitable for that location.
I bought mine in Best buy in Florida. before I moved to Europe, before that I traveled with it to EU. Straight out of the box in the USA without a issue will work on 220V. I have 2 of them. I can only speak for the Ultra