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How to set up Antennas to your Roku device?

This article will help you to set up Antennas to your Roku device and if you any other queries you can contact our Roku customer service support center to resolve your issues and queries.

This article will help you to set up Antennas to your Roku device and if you any other queries you can contact our Roku customer service support center to resolve your issues and queries.

Roku televisions are furnished with an ATSC tuner that gives access to computerized "over-the-air" broadcast TV. These channels can be accessed through an HDTV antenna apparatus associated with the Antenna TV input on your Roku television.

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Connect an HDTV antenna

Its depends upon where you live, you might probably get free "over-the-air" TV broadcast from nearby Television stations utilizing a HDTV antenna.

To access "over-the-air" broadcast TV, the HDTV antena wire must be associated with the Antenna television input of your Roku television.

Associate the coaxial cable from your HDTV antenna to the "Ant/Cable In" connector on the back of your Roku television.

Turn on your Roku television, go to Home and choose Antenna TV. On the off chance that Antenna TV is missing, you can add it by going to Settings > tv inputs > Antenna tv > Set up input.

Follow to the instructions on the television screen to finish setup.

Note: The position of the HDTV antenna can influence which TV stations you might almost certainly get and the quality of the television signal. It is typical for the intial channel scan to take some time.

How to connect to a TV with cable

On the off chance that You subscribe to cable TV, you might probably get some digital and analog TV stations, for example,local TV stations, without using a set-top box to decode them. Provided that this is true, you'll have to connect the cable TV source (regularly situated in the wall of your home) straightforwardly to the “Ant/Cable In” connector on the back of your Roku TV. Counsel with your cable company to see whether they have "in the clear" signals on your cable that will chip away at a standard TV RF input.

Interface the coaxial cable from your cable source to the "Ant/cable In" connector on the back of your Roku television.

Turn on your Roku television, go to Home and choose Antenna TV. On the off chance that Antenna TV is missing, you can add it by going to Settings > tv inputs > Antenna TV > Set up info.

Follow to the guidelines on the television screen to finish setup.

Note: Many cable TV systems scramble their television signals and require a set-top box to see the signals on a television. Contact your cable television provider for more data.

ATSC tuner

An ATSC (Advanced Television Systems Committee) tuner, frequently called an ATSC recipient or HDTV tuner is a kind of TV tuner that permits the reception of digital television (DTV) TV channels transmitted by TV stations in North America. While "over-the-air" broadcasts in the United States and Canada are digital, Roku television tv inputs are also capable of receiving analog "over-the-air" NTSC broadcasts.

The ATSC tuner is normally used to access "over-the-air" broadcast TV by associating an HDTV antenna to the Antenna TV input using a coaxial cable.

What's more, on the off chance that you subscribe to cable, at that point you might probably get some digital and analog TV stations without a cable box, by interfacing directly to the Antenna TV input on your Roku television.



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