Roku Corporation has announced that it will expand its “Roku TV Ready” program internationally. Many new partners like Philips have been added recently.
As part of this initiative, Roku certifies devices from partners, which should be particularly easy to connect to Roku TV models. So, in the first place, one targets audio or sound bar providers. Soundbars certified for Roku TV Ready should not only be easy to connect to TVs with the Roku operating system, but can then control the sound directly from the TV user interface.
The first devices with Roku TV Ready still have to be connected via HDMI, but at the same time there are corresponding wireless products from TCL, for example. Roku provides partners with an SDK for implementation. Developers and interested parties can join Read carefully on this site. This is mainly aimed at users who want the simplest control possible with just one remote control.
Roku’s TV partners include JVC, Pheanoo, and Philips since 2021. Polk Audio and Westinghouse will also join in early 2022, Roku has already reported. You can also consult partners Bose, Hisense, TCL and Sound United.
Roku TV Ready has already been launched in the UK
Roku in Germany Just started recentlyWe don’t offer Roku TV Ready yet. Especially since you first focus on the streaming player rather than TVs using the Roku platform. One offers Roku TV Ready but z. B. Canada, Mexico, the United States, and the United Kingdom. It’s certainly tempting for regular people to know that the seamless connection of TV and speakers is guaranteed.
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