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Recommended power is to plug it into a standard AC outlet with the supplied cord/plug. There's also an adapter to power it via a USB port on your TV but not all USB ports supply enough power.
Scott O
· October 18, 2017
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Yes, the remote uses wireless to transmit its signal instead of infrared, so it does not need line of site to the stick in order to work. I have my streaming stick plugged into the back of the TV and the remote works fine.
A. J. Murray
· October 31, 2017
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Yes
homealone
· January 31, 2018
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If you have Spectrum cable, then you can put the Spectrum app on your Roku and get all of your cable channels through that. No need to lease one of their cable boxes for all your TV's.
Rick Moriarty
· November 28, 2017
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The power cable is exactly 48"
R. Elliott
· December 22, 2017
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YouTube TV app/channel is now available on this device and it works great!
Brian Talamo
· February 2, 2018
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You can download the Spectrum TV app from Roku and get all your channels while on your home wireles network system. The Spectrum TV app won't show all your available channels once you leave the home wireless network system.
Larry Harriman
· November 27, 2017
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There is no monthly fee to use the Roku, but some apps (like Netflix) charge a fee.
Rick Moriarty
· November 28, 2017
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Yes
Craig N.
· December 29, 2017
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That depends on what your "regular cable channels" are. There are Roku apps/channels for quite a number of regular TV channels but the programs are not in real time. But not for all of them and especially not for a small town's local TV channels. You might need an antenna for local TV channels. Or, you can enjoy Roku's… see more That depends on what your "regular cable channels" are. There are Roku apps/channels for quite a number of regular TV channels but the programs are not in real time. But not for all of them and especially not for a small town's local TV channels. You might need an antenna for local TV channels. Or, you can enjoy Roku's apps/channels and also keep your regular cable if you want (my wife and I do that but our son has discontinued his cable TV completely). Or, for monthly fees, there are services which do provide some TV channels in real time. see less That depends on what your "regular cable channels" are. There are Roku apps/channels for quite a number of regular TV channels but the programs are not in real time. But not for all of them and especially not for a small town's local TV channels. You might need an antenna for local TV channels. Or, you can enjoy Roku's apps/channels and also keep your regular cable if you want (my wife and I do that but our son has discontinued his cable TV completely). Or, for monthly fees, there are services which do provide some TV channels in real time.
Bob805
· December 18, 2018