Roku Device Features, Settings & Updates

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Which Roku Streamer????

I have 2 Sony TV's. The 55" is a Rear Projection from way back. This is a pre HD unit. Also have a Sony 42" Flat Screen, also a pre HD unit. What would be the best Roku Streamers to get for these 2 TV's. 

                         Thanks, CSB

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Level 14

Re: Which Roku Streamer????

If they do not have DVI or HDMI inputs, then you are limited. The Roku Express+ is the only one that includes AV outputs for non-HD devices.

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Level 7

Re: Which Roku Streamer????

They have the HDMI port.

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Level 14

Re: Which Roku Streamer????

If they have HDMI, then they should work with most any Roku. You can go to the Sony support site, type in the model numbers, and get any manuals with information, if you don't have the original manuals.

https://www.sony.com/electronics/support

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Level 7

Re: Which Roku Streamer????

Thanks Andy, would any 1 streamer be better then another in my case? They have 4, the Express, Premiere, Streaming Stick+ and the Ultra. 

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Re: Which Roku Streamer????

Unless you need wired Ethernet or want to use USB to play music or movies, you may as well stick with the Express. It's more than fast enough, and you don't need the 4K support of the other models.

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Re: Which Roku Streamer????

Well I had an Express that I purchased yesterday. I saw this AM. that Walmart put the Premiere on sale for the same $$$ so I took the Express back and got the Premiere, Good Move??  Thanks Again,

                                    CSB

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Re: Which Roku Streamer????

unless it was Express+,which has a better remote,Premiere is better if it matters.

Premiere can support 4k and HDR.

has 1gb of memory instead of 512mb.

 

i think that's only difference,which wouldn't matter to you.

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Re: Which Roku Streamer????

Thanks to for your help.

CSB

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