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is there a superior Roku device? _ ‹n/t›

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Posted on March 20, 2017 at 16:13:16
Mart
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... just my 2¢
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RE: is there a superior Roku device? _ ‹n/t›, posted on March 22, 2017 at 14:25:23
pbarach
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Is this a serious question? Because the answer is that all of them output the same quality of video and audio, except for the models that output 4K and HDR. Otherwise, the difference is in their features (e.g., headphone jack on the remote) and connection options--some accept ethernet, all of them do wireless WiFi; all have HDMI outputs, some have optical audio outputs.

They all have terrible remotes with no backlight. I use my Roku often and have had no problems with the last-generation Roku 2 (the model I owned before that started to function eratically after a couple of years.

 

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