Roku Ready


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Roku Ready

The MHL version of the Roku Streaming Stick, which draws its power from the TV. See MHL and Roku.
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Designed for consumer electronics devices, the SiI8334 transmitter enables the Roku Streaming Stick to provide HD video and audio simultaneously while getting power from a Roku Ready device, thus eliminating the need for an external power supply or cables.
A range of step-up features includes built-in Bluetooth capability with HARMAN TrueStream technology, MHL connectivity with Roku Ready certification, HARMAN NSP sound processing and EzSet/EQ III auto-calibration.
Six HDMI inputs - including one with MHL and Roku Ready, HARMAN NSP sound processing and two HDMI outputs with audio return channel - allow for seamless 3D, deep color, 4 K pass-through.
The Roku Streaming Stick plugs into the MHL port of a Roku Ready (TM) Haier HDTV and streams entertainment from any household high-speed Wi-Fi connection.
The 2013 line-up will open up with the Core Series LED, which includes select Roku Ready models with a built-in speaker box for enhanced sound.
The first Roku Ready devices hitting store shelves this holiday season are televisions from Apex Digital, Hitachi and Insignia, a Best Buy brand.
While the enhanced remote is needed for games that require motion control, consumers can alternatively use the television remote to control their Roku experience when the Roku Streaming Stick is paired with a Roku Ready TV.
This new Roku Ready digital antenna will allow consumers to receive over-the-air local HD broadcast and streaming entertainment from the Roku platform which features hundreds of entertainment channels.