Roku HD Streaming Player delivers all the streaming entertainment choices, HD video quality, and ease-of-use that Roku has always been known for. You get free movies, 450+ channels, including Netflox, HBO GO and Amazon Instant Video. Roku works with virtually any TV, includes built-in wireless, and sets up in minutes.
Roku gives you more freedom as to where to place the device and turns your TV into a streaming machine. To start streaming content, you need to connect your Roku player to a TV and your wireless network. Roku recommends that you connect the player to your TV via HDMI cable for 1080p high-definition video playback.
Roku Wireless Setup Instructions
Open your Internet browser and type your router’s IP address in the address bar, and then press “Enter.” The IP address depends on your router’s model (if you’re unsure or have forgotten – refer to your router’s documentation). For example, the Linksys default IP address is 192.168.1.1.
Logon to the router control panel using your administrator name and password. Locate and write down the SSID or network name as well as the password of your wireless network.
Connect the Roku player and your TV using HDMI cable. Switch on your Roku player.
Press “OK” on the Roku remote and select “Wireless.” Enter your wireless network name and password. The Roku player attempts to connect to the network. If successful, the player might download the latest firmware from the Roku website and then reboot itself.
Next, you will be prompted to choose your time zone, register your Roku player, create a Roku account and select a payment method and choose your initial channel lineup.