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mrediker
Level 7

Using Stream Stick + on an older LED TV, how do I change input to watch DVD or use my Wii?

New to streaming. I've tried to find the answer in the forums here and others online. I have the Roku Streaming Stick + up and running. I have a DVD player and a Wii attached to the same TV. It is an older Panasonic Viera LED TV. Watching other videos and chat messages, the Roku TV and maybe other devices have a setting called "TV Inputs", but it isn't on mine using the Streaming Stick +. Is there a way to add the other inputs as channels like you can on the Roku TV? Thanks!

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DBDukes
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Re: Using Stream Stick + on an older LED TV, how do I change input to watch DVD or use my Wii?

Use the TV's remote to change the input. Or a button that's physically on the TV (they're not usually obvious, but are there).

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renojim
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Re: Using Stream Stick + on an older LED TV, how do I change input to watch DVD or use my Wii?


@mrediker wrote:

 Is there a way to add the other inputs as channels like you can on the Roku TV? Thanks!


No.

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mrediker
Level 7

Re: Using Stream Stick + on an older LED TV, how do I change input to watch DVD or use my Wii?

That's a shame. Hate to spend the money for a Logitech Harmony Universal Remote (Harmony Elite $574.99 and/or Harmony Companion $229.99). Looks like these are maybe two that might work with all our stuff including the Roku Streaming Stick.

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DBDukes
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Re: Using Stream Stick + on an older LED TV, how do I change input to watch DVD or use my Wii?


@mrediker wrote:

That's a shame. Hate to spend the money for a Logitech Harmony Universal Remote (Harmony Elite $574.99 and/or Harmony Companion $229.99). Looks like these are maybe two that might work with all our stuff including the Roku Streaming Stick.


Before spending money like that, I'd suggest looking at a Roku TV. Those devices have the input on the menu, because they're not limited to going through one of the inputs, but are in fact the device itself.

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