Roku is expanding its lineup once again with the new Express 4K+ streaming media player, the Streambar Pro soundbar, and the Voice Remote Pro. The Roku Express 4K+ can stream and output up to 4K UHD, and even upscales Full HD video to near-4K UHD when used with a 4K TV, and 720p video to Full HD when connected to a Full HD TV. It also supports HDR10 to provide vibrant color with your HDR TV and compatible media.
Apple AirPlay connectivity lets you stream through the Express 4K+ to your TV, wirelessly, from your compatible device. It can be controlled via your Amazon Alexa-, Google Assistant-, or Siri-equipped device, or any Android or iOS device running the free Roku app. The included voice remote control can also control your TV.
The Streambar Pro is a stereo soundbar with four 2.5" full-range drivers that features all the same functionality, resolution, upscaling, and HDR support as the Express 4K+. It outputs up to 36 total Watts and has HDMI, Wi-Fi, AirPlay, and Bluetooth 4.2 connectivity, allowing you to stream and play media from a variety of source devices. It is ARC compatible, so if you have other sources plugged into your compatible TV, their audio can play through the soundbar without additional cables. An HDMI cable and an optical cable are included for out-of-the-box connectivity; a pair of earbuds is also included to enable private listening through the remote control.
The new Voice Remote Pro is designed to replace your lost or existing remote for select Roku devices, adding voice search functionality and a rechargeable battery. It works with Streambars, Roku TVs, and various other Roku streaming devices. Like the remote included with the Streambar Pro, it has a headphone output for private listening.
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