Remotes

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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dapigg
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Are the TV power and volume settings stored in the remote control unit or in the actual Roku unit?

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I am in the process of cutting the cord for the first time after 22+ years with the same satellite provider. I have a current video distribution system that allows me to send one satellite receiver output to 4 additional TVs and I use separate RF satellite box remotes for each individual TV and since the TV settings are stored within the actual remote control I can also turn the TV on/off and adjust volume. If I hook up a new Roku Ultra to my existing video distribution system and buy 3 additional Roku remotes will I be able to program each Roku remote to control the Ultra (over wifi I assume) and also control my separate TV's power and volume?

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Tivoburkee
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Re: Are the TV power and volume settings stored in the remote control unit or in the actual Roku uni

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Theorically yes, that is the way it should work. With recent posts of the roku software not recognizing any tv brand thown at it, who knows. Smiley Sad

Edmund
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Tivoburkee
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Re: Are the TV power and volume settings stored in the remote control unit or in the actual Roku uni

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Theorically yes, that is the way it should work. With recent posts of the roku software not recognizing any tv brand thown at it, who knows. Smiley Sad

Edmund
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