Roku Premiere

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Roku Premiere | HD/4K/HDR Streaming Media Player with Simple Remote and Premium HDMI Cable. Although I prefer slightly more-expensive devices with better features, the Roku Premiere is still an appealing way to add more 4K apps to TVs that lack HDR.

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Roku Premiere | HD/4K/HDR Streaming Media Player with Simple Remote and Premium HDMI Cable

8Expert Score
Although I prefer slightly more-expensive devices with better features, the Roku Premiere is still an appealing way to add more 4K apps to TVs that lack HDR.
Design
9
EcoSystem
10
Features
7
Performance
9
Value
7
PROS
  • The Premiere is cheaper than most other 4K streamers and offers more 4K apps. Unlike the Chromecast Ultra, it actually includes a remote (and an Amazon Video app). Roku's ecosystem offers more apps, better search, and more customization than any other.
CONS
  • Lack of HDR and other important features make it a worse value than the Premiere+. Content in 4K is still uncommon, and your 4K TV probably already has compatible apps. Some app interfaces are less polished than on rival devices.

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Specification: Roku Premiere

Part Number

Item Weight (ounces)

1.28

Product Dimensions

3.3 x 1.4 x 1 inches

Item model number

Roku Premiere 3920R

Batteries

2 AAA batteries required. (included)

color

Black

Material

Item Package Quantity

1

Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

No

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  1. modalsystem

    I ‘ve used Roku for years,including several different models.The best recent thing of note is Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Premiere 2018 works fine,but you need to point the remote at the device,unlike other Roku models.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy:1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra.2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS.Premiere 2018 model can also play 4K content.3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on your TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches.4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra.5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models.7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don’t such as:-Gaming buttons to play video games-Remote finder to find a lost remote control-Ethernet port for a wired connection-Micro SD card slot-USB Port-Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Very useful!!)-Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing othersFor those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful:1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees.You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a “Skip,I’ll add later” option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content.2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching “Fox News Live” on YouTube.3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now.4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free.5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select “Streaming Channels”.There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free.My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so.I am aware of screen mirroring function from smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control.Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.

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  2. modalsystem

    I ‘ve used Roku for years,including several different models.The best recent thing of note is Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Premiere 2018 works fine,but you need to point the remote at the device,unlike other Roku models.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy:1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra.2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS.Premiere 2018 model can also play 4K content.3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on your TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches.4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra.5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models.7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don’t such as:-Gaming buttons to play video games-Remote finder to find a lost remote control-Ethernet port for a wired connection-Micro SD card slot-USB Port-Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Very useful!!)-Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing othersFor those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful:1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees.You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a “Skip,I’ll add later” option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content.2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching “Fox News Live” on YouTube.3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now.4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free.5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select “Streaming Channels”.There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free.My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so.I am aware of screen mirroring function from smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control.Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.

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  3. modalsystem

    I ‘ve used Roku for years,including several different models.The best recent thing of note is Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Premiere 2018 works fine,but you need to point the remote at the device,unlike other Roku models.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy:1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra.2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS.Premiere 2018 model can also play 4K content.3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on your TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches.4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra.5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models.7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don’t such as:-Gaming buttons to play video games-Remote finder to find a lost remote control-Ethernet port for a wired connection-Micro SD card slot-USB Port-Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Very useful!!)-Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing othersFor those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful:1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees.You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a “Skip,I’ll add later” option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content.2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching “Fox News Live” on YouTube.3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now.4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free.5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select “Streaming Channels”.There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free.My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so.I am aware of screen mirroring function from smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control.Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.

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  4. modalsystem

    I ‘ve used Roku for years,including several different models.The best recent thing of note is Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Premiere 2018 works fine,but you need to point the remote at the device,unlike other Roku models.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy:1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra.2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS.Premiere 2018 model can also play 4K content.3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on your TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches.4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra.5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models.7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don’t such as:-Gaming buttons to play video games-Remote finder to find a lost remote control-Ethernet port for a wired connection-Micro SD card slot-USB Port-Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Very useful!!)-Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing othersFor those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful:1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees.You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a “Skip,I’ll add later” option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content.2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching “Fox News Live” on YouTube.3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now.4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free.5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select “Streaming Channels”.There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free.My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so.I am aware of screen mirroring function from smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control.Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.

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  5. Ed L

    I got this to replace the Xfinity box in a spare bedroom to avoid the $10 monthly rental fee. The only problem is almost all of the channels only come in partially. Only Bravo, Comedy Central, ABC & TV Land come in full screen. Roku can’t figure it out and says it’s an Xfinity issue the Xfinity App. Xfinity says it’s a Roku issue and round and round we go…No one can figure it out or wants to take responsibility. Buy at your own risk with that in mind

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  6. Ed L

    I got this to replace the Xfinity box in a spare bedroom to avoid the $10 monthly rental fee. The only problem is almost all of the channels only come in partially. Only Bravo, Comedy Central, ABC & TV Land come in full screen. Roku can’t figure it out and says it’s an Xfinity issue the Xfinity App. Xfinity says it’s a Roku issue and round and round we go…No one can figure it out or wants to take responsibility. Buy at your own risk with that in mind

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  7. Ed L

    I got this to replace the Xfinity box in a spare bedroom to avoid the $10 monthly rental fee. The only problem is almost all of the channels only come in partially. Only Bravo, Comedy Central, ABC & TV Land come in full screen. Roku can’t figure it out and says it’s an Xfinity issue the Xfinity App. Xfinity says it’s a Roku issue and round and round we go…No one can figure it out or wants to take responsibility. Buy at your own risk with that in mind

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  8. Ed L

    I got this to replace the Xfinity box in a spare bedroom to avoid the $10 monthly rental fee. The only problem is almost all of the channels only come in partially. Only Bravo, Comedy Central, ABC & TV Land come in full screen. Roku can’t figure it out and says it’s an Xfinity issue the Xfinity App. Xfinity says it’s a Roku issue and round and round we go…No one can figure it out or wants to take responsibility. Buy at your own risk with that in mind

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  9. Melody Anne

    Since we have a 4G 55″ tv I thought to invest $40 in the new Roku HDMI PREMIUM player was a good idea. It really works quite well and I do see some small difference in the picture. This is about our fourth Roku device. My only gripe about this item is the cords (HDMI and power cords are both too short. Instruction says to use the cords sent with the item. Since my HDMI input is on one side of the television and my power source (yes we have power strips) is on the other side my only option was to mount the ROKU itself in the middle of the tv on the bottom. We do have a sound bar in front of the tv, but it does not seem to interfere with the use of the remote. I would advise mounting this ROKU on something as it is very small and very light, It is about the width of two of my long slender fingers and no longer. I don’t particularly like the remote as much as my old one. it is lighter and less buttons (ok button is in the middle of the cross arrows). No, the old one is not compatible with the new ROKU device. I did however put the ribbon from the old one on the new so as to make it easier to keep track of it. No problems loading my channels in after I got done mumbling about cheap short cords and got everything in place. i am a 74 year old woman so if I can do it, so can you. Total time for installation about 30 minutes.

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  10. Melody Anne

    Since we have a 4G 55″ tv I thought to invest $40 in the new Roku HDMI PREMIUM player was a good idea. It really works quite well and I do see some small difference in the picture. This is about our fourth Roku device. My only gripe about this item is the cords (HDMI and power cords are both too short. Instruction says to use the cords sent with the item. Since my HDMI input is on one side of the television and my power source (yes we have power strips) is on the other side my only option was to mount the ROKU itself in the middle of the tv on the bottom. We do have a sound bar in front of the tv, but it does not seem to interfere with the use of the remote. I would advise mounting this ROKU on something as it is very small and very light, It is about the width of two of my long slender fingers and no longer. I don’t particularly like the remote as much as my old one. it is lighter and less buttons (ok button is in the middle of the cross arrows). No, the old one is not compatible with the new ROKU device. I did however put the ribbon from the old one on the new so as to make it easier to keep track of it. No problems loading my channels in after I got done mumbling about cheap short cords and got everything in place. i am a 74 year old woman so if I can do it, so can you. Total time for installation about 30 minutes.

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  11. Melody Anne

    Since we have a 4G 55″ tv I thought to invest $40 in the new Roku HDMI PREMIUM player was a good idea. It really works quite well and I do see some small difference in the picture. This is about our fourth Roku device. My only gripe about this item is the cords (HDMI and power cords are both too short. Instruction says to use the cords sent with the item. Since my HDMI input is on one side of the television and my power source (yes we have power strips) is on the other side my only option was to mount the ROKU itself in the middle of the tv on the bottom. We do have a sound bar in front of the tv, but it does not seem to interfere with the use of the remote. I would advise mounting this ROKU on something as it is very small and very light, It is about the width of two of my long slender fingers and no longer. I don’t particularly like the remote as much as my old one. it is lighter and less buttons (ok button is in the middle of the cross arrows). No, the old one is not compatible with the new ROKU device. I did however put the ribbon from the old one on the new so as to make it easier to keep track of it. No problems loading my channels in after I got done mumbling about cheap short cords and got everything in place. i am a 74 year old woman so if I can do it, so can you. Total time for installation about 30 minutes.

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  12. Melody Anne

    Since we have a 4G 55″ tv I thought to invest $40 in the new Roku HDMI PREMIUM player was a good idea. It really works quite well and I do see some small difference in the picture. This is about our fourth Roku device. My only gripe about this item is the cords (HDMI and power cords are both too short. Instruction says to use the cords sent with the item. Since my HDMI input is on one side of the television and my power source (yes we have power strips) is on the other side my only option was to mount the ROKU itself in the middle of the tv on the bottom. We do have a sound bar in front of the tv, but it does not seem to interfere with the use of the remote. I would advise mounting this ROKU on something as it is very small and very light, It is about the width of two of my long slender fingers and no longer. I don’t particularly like the remote as much as my old one. it is lighter and less buttons (ok button is in the middle of the cross arrows). No, the old one is not compatible with the new ROKU device. I did however put the ribbon from the old one on the new so as to make it easier to keep track of it. No problems loading my channels in after I got done mumbling about cheap short cords and got everything in place. i am a 74 year old woman so if I can do it, so can you. Total time for installation about 30 minutes.

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