Roku Ultra Review
The Roku Ultra is your dream long-range device. It is a player that provides impressive displays at 1080p, 4K and HDR. With an endless choice of content (approximately 500,000+), the player comes fully loaded with some incredible features. The remote is enhanced to point-anywhere along with voice search capabilities. It also comes with premium headphones to listen privately. Search for your favorite content from top channels and add them or browse through a selection of already-existing paid or free content. Perform the Roku Ultra Setup to get realistic colors and detailed images with a compatible 4K TV.
Roku Ultra Setup
- If you possess the go.roku.com/ultra model 4660, then you can setup the device very easily with a smart TV. You will receive the Roku box and along with it, you will get some relevant accessories as well. The remote, its batteries, a set of headphones and an adapter will accompany the device. You can always refer to the QUICK START GUIDE for steps to execute the Roku Ultra Setup.
Note: Users will not receive a high-speed HDMI cable along with the device. You may have to purchase it separately for 4K and 4K HDR resolutions.
- Look for the HDMI port on your smart TV and plug the cable first, into it. You must ensure that your Smart TV’s input supports HDCP 2.2 to watch content in 4K
- You can also use the wired network for setup. For this, you will require an Ethernet Cable.
Pairing and connecting
- Power up the device using the enclosed adapter
- The Roku Logo appears on the screen and then switches over to selecting the appropriate input
- Tune the TV to the same source as the HDMI input where you have plugged your Roku device
- To use the Roku’s remote control, insert the included batteries in the correct position
- The light on the remote starts flashing almost immediately for it to pair
- After pairing it, just follow instructions to complete the Roku.com/ultra Setup
Roku Ultra Troubleshooting
- If your Roku Ultra 4K streaming player does not power on then check all the connections, first. Check if the player’s light is ON, or FLASHING RED or has a SOLID RED LIGHT.
- In the event that the light is ON but you are unable to see the video then more often you have selected the wrong input source on your TV. This is a very common error committed by most of the users because of several inputs are available on your TV.
- Take the TV’s remote control and look for either SOURCE, AUX, TV/VIDEO, INPUT or simply VIDEO. Just try pressing the button. Sometimes, the button will cycle itself through the inputs before it selects the correct one.
- At this time, you may wish to wait and let the TV detect the choice of input
- Sometimes, a menu displays on the TV. For this, select the right input using the ARROW buttons
- The other checks that you can perform are video cable connection or TV problems
Black Friday Deals are on!
The Black Friday Deals are here and there are some huge offerings on the Roku. Get the Ultra at a slashed price of just $49.99, which is 50% off. These are available with all participating retailers as well as on Roku.com. At Walmart, you can get the Roku Ultra 4K for just $48. On select offers, you can even get Sling TV for free and even a Showtime trial for about 30 days.