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Roku 2400EU LT AV Receiver Set-Top Box

by Roku
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RRP: £49.99
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  • Great channels with films, TV programmes, music, sports & more
  • High-definition streaming up to 720p HD
  • Works with virtually any TV
  • Built-in wireless (Wi-Fi b/g/n)
  • Smaller and more energy-efficient than any other streaming device

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Product details

  • Boxed-product Weight: 907 g
  • Item model number: 2400EU
  • ASIN: B006VTASUQ
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 2 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (263 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 122 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

Box Contains

IR remote
2 x AA batteries
A/V cable
A/C Power adapter
Getting Started Guide

Product Description

IR remote
2 x AA batteries
A/V cable
A/C Power adapter
Getting Started Guide
LT STREAMING PLAYER

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134 of 141 people found the following review helpful By RAY on 18 Jun 2012
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I bought this principally to stream Netflix to an almost 20 year old CRT TV which has only scart and standard AV connections (the red, white and yellow jack sockets)as an alternative to spending several hundred pounds on a new HD ready TV.

What can I say - after a very straightforward setting up process (you need to use a credit card or Paypal to set up a Roku account but this is only used in the event you opt for premium products) this little gadget worked right out of the box. It found my network immediately and connected to it once I had input the password. I then logged into my Netflix account and was very quickly streaming movies on my ancient telly, with absolutely no stuttering or buffering problems, all was smooth, just like watching a DVD. No doubt streaming performance is down to a decent wireless connection - the connection to my router was strong and robust and as yet I have had no issues (Sky is my internet provider). My screen is 66 cm so the 720p picture that the Roku puts out was perfectly suited - very crisp, surprisingly so, in fact. The sound quality of the stream was excellent too. The 3 jacks from the TV go into a composite single jack into the Roku box, so very simple to hook up. I had no difficulty with TV formats as one reviewer has mentioned previously, the box went into UK PAL mode immediately. I did have to change the settings to switch from US timezones but that is very easy to do.

The user interface is simple, if a tad clunky, reminiscent of an old 1980's arcade game and whilst it is a bit slow to move around it works ok. It is very easy to add free or premium channels and to switch between them. The small remote sits very easyily in the hand and with the limited number of control buttons it is very simple to use.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Online Gamer on 6 Sep 2013
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1. To use your Roku you will have to enter your credit card details whether you want to make any purchases or not. So if you hate putting your credit card details into yet another account - don't get this.

2. It comes with just basic AV cables. No HDMI cable included. So while it supports HDMI output, you will need to get a cable separately if you want that extra picture quality.

3. The hardware is sound. But you're buying this for channel content. As of August/September 2013 here in the UK all i find myself using this thing for is a BBC iPlayer box, because most of the other available channel content seems really poor. This will hopefully change in the future.
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123 of 133 people found the following review helpful By J. O'Boyle on 6 Oct 2012
I bought the Roku for viewing Netflix because my smart TV does not have the Netflix app, and I also wanted to be able to shift it through to the TV in the kitchen where I watch a lot of TV shows when I do the dishes. So I am going to review the Netflix side of the device as I think for UK consumers this may be its main draw (as well as bbc iplayer) and I will mention the other apps separately.

Netflix on Roku - I think the video and sound quality when viewing Netflix is excellent (even on my 42" plasma). I have been using it for months and have also had no problem with audio sync, pixelation or freezing during video play back. This was reassuring when I was using it in my kitchen as my other wi-fi devices usually report a low wi-fi signal in that part of my house. A few niggles I have about the Netflix interface on Roku... I do not think that it allows you to browse the entire catalogue, obviously you can search for a show or movie if you know the name of it (I think in other Netflix interfaces you can search by actor but not here) and the main screen comes up with new additions and recommendations across all genres based on your preferences and previously viewed shows or movies, but I have a feeling that there are some things you could miss on the Netflix Roku app if you did not know it was there, and perhaps using the Netflix website (or mobile app) occasionally to browse by genre etc would be a good idea to keep you up to date with the content. The Roku does not seem to have a "Browse All" option for Genres so I have spotted some movies on the website that were not shown on the home page on Roku, they are there....you just have to search. Don't get me wrong though, most of the content you would want is available from the home screen.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By James on 11 Dec 2013
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Bought to put in the bedroom where we have different groups of channels depending on the direction of the aerial and if someone isn't on the computer next door...

Wirelessly connects to home network, streams Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Channel 5 and now recently 4 on demand, plus the plethora of Roku channels (most free - some paid, not really interested personally).

On top of this I have a home Plex Media Server allowing streaming of content from my PC to the Roku.

Absolutely faultless, easy to setup, small, low-power and no noise. Best Netflix / Plex streamer out there for the money. Pay a bit more for the Roku 1 if you want 1080p - I'm not particularly bothered as 720p is good-enough at this price point and is almost 2x as good as SD tv broadcasts anyway.

Turns on quick / auto-sleeps, menu is responsive and simple to use and navigate, first time setup requires the use of a computer to sign up to roku through a web-page, must add credit card details or paypal for buying premium content - I also enabled a pin for adding channels so no accidental purchases.

Bought for £34.50 - have seen it down at £29 absolute bargain, convinced all the family to buy one for their bedroom TVs.
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