Start streaming in brilliant 4K picture and vivid HDR color with Roku Express 4K+. The fast wireless performance gives you a smooth streaming experience, even with multiple streaming devices connected to your network—it’s perfect for watching in 4K! Use the included voice remote to power up your TV, adjust the volume, and control your streaming so you don’t have to juggle remotes. Easily give voice commands to search, launch channels, turn captions on, and more in just a press. Best of all, Roku streaming gives you a massive selection of free and live TV, and a customizable home screen with your favorite channels, like Netflix, HBO Max, Disney Plus, YouTube, Prime Video, and more, front and center. Setup is a cinch with everything you need in the box, including a Premium High Speed HDMI® Cable. Roku Express 4K+ also works with popular voice assistants. Ask Alexa or Hey Google to launch channels, search for entertainment, control your streaming, and more. You can also control your TV using the Apple Home app or Siri on your Apple devices.
Brilliant 4K picture quality
Stream in HD, 4K, and HDR with sharp resolution and vivid color optimized for your TV.
Smooth wireless streaming
Now featuring dual-band wireless, enjoy a smooth streaming experience with faster wireless performance, even with multiple devices connected to your network.
No more juggling remotes
Power up your TV, adjust the volume, mute, and control your Roku device all with one remote.
Convenient voice control
Use your voice to quickly search across channels, turn captions on, and more in a touch.
Upgrade to Roku streaming
All of your favorite channels, like HBO Max, Netflix, YouTube and Prime Video, are front and center on the customizable home screen, plus your device is always getting better with automatic updates.
It’s easy to get started with everything you need included in the box, including a Premium HDMI® Cable—just plug it in and connect to the internet.
Save money, stream big
Watch what you love, including a massive selection of free and live TV, including 200+ Live TV channels free on The Roku Channel—it’s great for streaming TV and cutting cable.
Works with popular voice assistants
Enjoy easy voice control with Siri, Alexa, or Hey Google.
Share it with Apple AirPlay
Effortlessly share videos, photos, music, and more from your Apple devices to your TV.
A:AnswerHI Chaz! Although the Premiere is an excellent choice, the newly released Roku Express 4K+ boasts dual-band Wi-Fi as well as an enhanced remote allowing you access to features such as voice search, power and volume control to your TV using your Roku Express 4K+ remote control.
A:AnswerIt doesn't take much effort to set up a Roku (or a Fire TV player for that matter). The important thing it knowing your WiFi password to get it connected to your home network. Everything else required is explained in very simple steps. Just remember you need to create a Roku user account (free) before you try to set it up. You must link your new Roku to an existing user account during setup, and it isn't usable until you do.
Go to https://www.roku.com/ to create your Roku user account. You do need to have a credit card to set up the account, but nothing is ever charged to it unless you purchase something using your Roku player.
Caution: If anyone ever tries to tell you that you need to subscribe to a special Roku "premium" user account, or that you need to pay a fee to register your new Roku, you have contacted spammers and do not give them any information whatsoever. Don't even give them your name, or confirm anything they attempt to get from you. All they want to do is steal your money, and perhaps take over control of your Roku user account, which in turn would allow them to "break" your Roku and extort a fee to "fix" it.
A:AnswerHi, Doc! The Roku Express 4k+ is different from the Roku Express +. The Express + with composite connections was released in 2018 and has been discontinued. The Express 4k+ is one of the newest Roku® streaming players and can be connected to any TV with an HDMI® connection. If your Toshiba TV has an available HDMI connection you can use any of the Roku Streaming players with your TV. For additional information on Roku Streaming Players or to compare Roku streaming players visit the link here https://www.roku.com/products/players
A:AnswerHi Frankie! Although an antenna is a perfect companion to a Roku player for picking up local channels in your area, there are plenty of ways to watch local content with your Roku player as well. For more on how to get local news and other networks, check out https://blog.roku.com/how-to-watch-local-channels-news-and-weather-on-your-roku-player-and-roku-tv
A:AnswerHi, Mel! The Roku Express 4K+ is compatible with any tv that has an available HDMI connection. If you do not currently have a 4K TV the Roku Express 4K+ will still work on an HD TV and will output video at the HD TVs native resolution.
A:AnswerI have both players, but I've only had the Express 4K+ for a short while, and only used it when I traveled late last month. I can't give a definitive answer to compare the two, but the Express 4K+ (model 3940) certainly seems to be very close to the Ultra 4800 in performance. However, the 4800 and the 3940 have two completely different processing chips. The 4800 uses the ARM Cortex A55 and has 2 GB of operational memory, while the 3940 has a new Realtek 1315 processor and 1 GB of memory. I would probably still give the edge to the 4800, not only for the additional memory, but also for its Dolby Vision support. Roku doesn't offer any other player with DV support, although there are Roku TVs that support DV (Roku doesn't make the TVs themselves). Also don't forget that the 4800 has a wired network connection (also supports dual band WiFi), while the 3940 is WiFi only unless you purchase an additional USB-Ethernet adapter.
A:AnswerHi JB! The remote control that comes with the Roku Express 4K+ does not feature a built in headphone jack. However, you can take advantage of the Private Listening feature by downloading the Roku Mobile App and hooking up your favorite headphones to your mobile device. For more on how to use the Private Listening Feature in the Roku Mobile App, check out https://support.roku.com/article/217478308