The Roku Streambar is a new device that is a one-in-one-upgrade for your TV, bringing 4K HDR streaming and cinematic sound into your living room in your compact device that blends seamlessly into your entertainment setup.
Launching next month, the gadget packs powerful audio dio from the Roku streaming features you choose for the cheapest way to upgrade your living room, and has tons of functionality to further the experience.
The Roku Streambar has a total of four 1.9 “full range drivers; two center drivers provide” crisp, clean “audio dios to facilitate dialogue, while angular side drivers provide” fill the room with noise. ”
Roku explains that his audio dio engineering enables the streambar to sound “better than its size while increasing the clarity of speech and adding complex depth to the music.”
Additional audio dio features include four sound modes (normal, bass reduction, bass boost, bass ass f), and if you’re watching live TV, it also fixes sound on commercials that sound exactly like annoyance, manages integrated audit dietary transitions. So that it is not as quarrelsome as it might otherwise be.
As well as on-demand TV and favorite movies from Netflix, Amazon Prime and BBC iPlayer, the Roku Streambar has been kitouted with Bluetooth so you can stream music directly from your mobile device. Spotify Connect is also supported, meaning you can stream your favorite tunes using Wi-Fi.
The host features of the Roku Streambar will be added later this year with the addition of Ok Pal AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.
You can pick it up at 9 129 / £ 129 when it launches in late October in the US, UK, Canada and Mexico.
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