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Go Roku Select Input for Installation and Setup

posted 24 Apr 2018, 23:21 by Rokucomlink Account

Choosing appropriate input for Streaming

Roku Streaming Stick supports every TV that comes with an HDMI port. You can connect the Roku streaming device directly to the TV using this HDMI port. You can also get a free HDMI extender cable if the Streaming Stick is not able to fit into the port. You need to perform the Go Roku select input process to complete the configuration of the Roku streaming stick. If you are unable to select the right input, then you may not be able to stream video on the TV. In such cases, you may call our experts or visit Roku com link to procure instant assistance.

Streaming Stick initial setup

  • You can either download the Quick Start Guide or simply follow the on-screen instructions that appear after you plug the streaming device.
  • Select the appropriate input of the TV set.
  • Once you select the correct input, you will see a Roku Logo on your TV screen.

How to choose the right input    

  • After connecting the Roku streaming device with the TV
  • Make note of the printed icon underneath the input port or next to it.
  • It could be any of the following below like
  • Input1or 2
  • HDMI
  • Colorstream1or 2     
  • Now use the TV remote to select the exact input
  • You can also make sure that the streaming device properly connected to an electrical outlet for the further seamless streaming experience.
  • Now the Setup Roku screen will be visible to you.
  • Using alternative cables

  • RCA Cables
  • Some Roku Streaming devices avail RCA cables (Yellow, Red, White) along with the package.
  • In case you use this RCA cable make sure to plug the cables into the same colored sockets on the Television Set.

Component Cables

  • Component cables have a set of red, green and blue cables that is used for video streaming. The device packages also include a pair of RCA audio cables that come in red and white in color.
  • Now connect the cables exactly the same way of the RCA cables and make sure the colors are matching.

S-Video Cables

  • These S-Video cables need to be plugged into both the Roku device and the S-Video input that is available on the TV set.
  • Few TVs set to require the additional yellow RCA cable along with this S-Video cable.

HDMI Cables

  • Connecting an HDMI cable is the easiest means to connect the Roku streaming device. Here selecting the input is also very simple.
  • Either you can plug the Roku Streaming Stick directly to the HDMI input port or in case of other streaming device models, connect them with the TV’s HDMI input port using the HDMI cables.

Any further assistance, on selecting appropriate input port or for any troubleshooting issues you can contact our experts at +1-866-991-0140 or browse through site Roku.com/link for more info and updates.