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Roku Ultra 4K HDR Streaming Player (2018) with JBL headphones - WITH 30-DAY FREE TRIAL OF SLING INCLUDING CLOUD DVR ($40+ VALUE)

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Roku Ultra 4K HDR Streaming Player (2018) with JBL headphones - WITH 30-DAY FREE TRIAL OF SLING INCLUDING CLOUD DVR ($40+ VALUE)

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Roku Ultra packs a powerful quad-core processor, our best wireless, and an Ethernet port for the ultimate in connectivity. Experience smooth streaming in HD, 4K Ultra HD, and HDR, plus get tons of features like a voice remote with TV power and volume buttons, lost remote finder, private listening, and premium JBL headphones, valued at $39.95.

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Roku Ultra packs a powerful quad-core processor, our best wireless, and an Ethernet port for the ultimate in connectivity. Experience smooth streaming in HD, 4K Ultra HD, and HDR, plus get tons of features like a voice remote with TV power and volume buttons, lost remote finder, private listening, and premium JBL headphones, valued at $39.95.

Power. Picture. Performance.

Top-of-the-line with a quad-core processor and our best wireless, the Roku Ultra is perfect for heavy streaming in HD, 4K, and HDR.

 

Ultimate connectivity

Get a connection that stands up to what you want to stream with dual-band wireless—or use the Ethernet port for wired streaming.

 

Clear, immersive picture quality

Don’t just watch your favorite shows, be immersed in them. Whether you’re streaming in HD, 4K Ultra HD, or HDR you’ll get picture quality that’s optimized for your TV with crisp details and rich color.

 

Voice remote with TV power and volume buttons

Put down your TV remote. With the included voice remote, you can power up and change volume on most televisions. Plus, control your player and use your voice to find your favorite shows across 1,000+ channels.

 

Fully loaded

It’s got all the bells and whistles, including a voice remote with buttons for TV power and volume on compatible TVs, premium JBL headphones for private listening, lost remote finder, and night listening mode.

 

Stream almost anything

From the most talked about original series, to the latest blockbuster hits, kick back with access to 500,000+ streaming movies and TV episodes across thousands of free and paid channels. Plus, get your live TV fix, while cutting back on bills with cable replacement services offering live-streaming news, TV, sports and more.

 

Fantastic free entertainment

With Featured Free on your Home page, you’re one click away from tons of free movies, TV episodes, and live news from channels like The Roku Channel, ABC, CW and more. And it doesn’t stop there—find hundreds of free channels like YouTube, Crackle, and CBS News for endless entertainment that won’t cost you a dime.

 

Search across channels

Looking for the latest blockbuster release? Or a TV show with that actress you love? With Roku search, it’s easy to discover something great to watch. Simply search by title, actor, or director. You’ll get unbiased results across 1,000+ channels, so you can see where to stream your favorites for free or at the lowest cost.

 

The free Roku mobile app

Turn your iOS® or Android™ device into the ultimate streaming companion. Whether you need a second remote or want more features and functionality, the Roku mobile app makes it fun 

Specifications

Supported Media Formats
H.264/AVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV), H.265/HEVC (.MKV, .MP4, .MOV); VP9 (.MKV)
Resolution
Up to 1080p HD (1920 x 1080) on HD TVs, up to 4K/60 Ultra HD (3840 × 2160) on 4K UHD TVs
Memory Card Type
microSD card slot for additional channel storage
Count
1
Color Category
Black
Contained Battery Type
Alkaline
Multipack Quantity
1
Connector Type
HDMI® 2.0, HDCP 2.2 for 4K/60 Ultra HD and HDR streaming
Model
4661RW
Interface Type
IEEE 802.11ac, IEEE 802.3u (Fast Ethernet), IEEE 802.3 (Ethernet)
Brand
Roku
Audio Feature
Dolby Audio passed through via HDMI, Night listening mode
Piece Count
1
Audio Track Codec
Dolby Audio
Manufacturer Part Number
4661RW
Wireless Technology
802.11ac MIMO dual-band wireless
Color
Black
Streaming Services
VUDU, The Roku Channel, Netflix, Sling TV, Hulu, The CW, Prime Video, DirecTV NOW, Showtime, ABC, HBO NOW, YouTube, Watch ESPN, CBS All Access, Panodra, Playstation VUE, Google Play, NBC, HGTV, Food Network, FOX Sports, FuboTV, Crunchyroll, Disney NOW, Nick Jr
Assembled Product Weight
2.84 lbs
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
8.00 x 3.00 x 7.00 Inches
Customer Reviews
4.5
1779 reviews
5 stars
1299
4 stars
290
3 stars
82
2 stars
39
1 star
69
Top Positive Review
6 customers found this helpful
Free Movies from Roku Channel/Free TV from Locast
I have used Roku for years,including several different models. Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Ultra is their top of the line device,and has many unique features that the other models do not have.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy: 1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra. 2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS. The Premiere 2018 model also plays 4K video. 3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on a TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches. 4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra. 5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS 6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models. 7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don't such as: -Gaming buttons to play video games -Remote finder to find a lost remote control -Ethernet port for a wired connection -Micro SD card slot -USB Port -Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Bravo!) -Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing others For those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful: 1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees. You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a "Skip,I'll add later" option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content. 2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching "Fox News Live" on YouTube. 3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now. 4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free. 5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select "Streaming Channels".There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free. My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so. I am aware of the screen mirroring function from a smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control. Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.v
Top Negative Review
12 customers found this helpful
High maintenance device. Not worth the money.
I purchased the Roku Ultra and for the most part it works ok. Like a standard Roku. But when is comes to working with a 4K TV, forget about it. I could never get it to play a 4K video without unplugging the HDMI cable and replugging it back in. Once it started playing the 4K video, if another video was go to stream next, I'd have to unplug the cable again and reinsert it. I tried several HDMI cable of different manufacturers, quailiy and cost. The TV is a brand new LG OLED. Tried Roku support...no response.
Top Positive Review
6 customers found this helpful
Free Movies from Roku Channel/Free TV from Locast
I have used Roku for years,including several different models. Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Ultra is their top of the line device,and has many unique features that the other models do not have.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy: 1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra. 2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS. The Premiere 2018 model also plays 4K video. 3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on a TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches. 4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra. 5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS 6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models. 7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don't such as: -Gaming buttons to play video games -Remote finder to find a lost remote control -Ethernet port for a wired connection -Micro SD card slot -USB Port -Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Bravo!) -Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing others For those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful: 1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees. You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a "Skip,I'll add later" option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content. 2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching "Fox News Live" on YouTube. 3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now. 4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free. 5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select "Streaming Channels".There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free. My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so. I am aware of the screen mirroring function from a smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control. Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.v
Top Negative Review
12 customers found this helpful
High maintenance device. Not worth the money.
I purchased the Roku Ultra and for the most part it works ok. Like a standard Roku. But when is comes to working with a 4K TV, forget about it. I could never get it to play a 4K video without unplugging the HDMI cable and replugging it back in. Once it started playing the 4K video, if another video was go to stream next, I'd have to unplug the cable again and reinsert it. I tried several HDMI cable of different manufacturers, quailiy and cost. The TV is a brand new LG OLED. Tried Roku support...no response.
1-10 of 1779 reviews

Free Movies from Roku Channel/Free TV from Locast

I have used Roku for years,including several different models. Roku has recently released The Roku Channel,which has hundreds of free movies.It is ad supported.And now Locast.org app gives you free local broadcast stations CBS,NBC,FOX,ABC and PBS.Locast now offers local TV network broadcasts for New York,Boston,Chicago,Houston,Dallas,Denver areas and plans to add many more cities.This means many folks will no longer need antennas to watch local networks for free. Roku has just about every app you can imagine (YouTube/Pandora/Netflix/Amazon/Hulu/HBO Now) plus tons of more apps in many different categories.Roku Ultra is their top of the line device,and has many unique features that the other models do not have.Here are some points to consider when deciding on which model of Roku to buy: 1)If you need to connect by WiFi in a room far away from your WiFi router,I would recommend the Roku Streaming Stick PLUS or Roku Ultra. 2)If you have a 4K TV,I would recommend the Roku Ultra or Roku Streaming Stick PLUS. The Premiere 2018 model also plays 4K video. 3)To search for content using your voice,go with either the Streaming Stick,Streaming Stick PLUS or Ultra.All 3 of these models also have a remote that can control the power and volume on a TV.There is also a Roku app for Android & iPhone/iPad that lets you use your smartphone/tablet to control any Roku device and use your phone/tablet on-screen keyboard or voice for searches. 4)If you want a wired ethernet connection,go with the Roku Ultra. 5)If you want to connect to an old TV with RCA/Composite audio/video jacks,you will need the Express PLUS 6)The Express and Premiere 2018 models have a remote where it has to be pointed at the device,unlike the other Roku models. 7)If you are only going to buy one Roku device,I would recommend the Roku Ultra.The Ultra has many unique features that the other Roku models don't such as: -Gaming buttons to play video games -Remote finder to find a lost remote control -Ethernet port for a wired connection -Micro SD card slot -USB Port -Night listening mode (this lowers the volume of loud,explosive sounds and raises the volume of soft sounds like whispers.Bravo!) -Headphone jack on the remote for listening without disturbing others For those who have not used a Roku before,here are some tips that might be helpful: 1)There is no monthly fee to use a Roku.There are many free channels/apps with free movies,music and TV programs and some people use Roku only for the free channels and do not pay any fees. You do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only wish to view free content and you can always add credit card info to your account later for paid channels/apps.If you plan on viewing free content only,I suggest setting up a Roku account before you activate the device.When you reach the page to enter credit card info,some browsers will show a "Skip,I'll add later" option at the bottom.If you do not see this option,simply log out of your account,then log back in.You may have to then enter a different activation code for your device if you skip entering credit card info during device set up,but you do NOT have to enter credit card info if you only want to view free content. 2)Some of the most popular free channels/apps are: YouTube,Pandora radio,The Roku Channel,Pluto TV,Tubi TV,Crackle,CBS News,NBC News,ABC,PBS, PBS KIds and many more.You can also find a free live stream of FOX News on YouTube by searching "Fox News Live" on YouTube. 3)Some of the most popular paid channels/apps are Netflix,Hulu,Amazon video,HBO Now,Vudu,Sling TV,Spectrum TV and Direct TV Now. 4)If you are looking for a bundle of channels of live TV to replace cable TV,check out Sling TV,YouTube TV,Spectrum TV,Direct TV Now,Hulu,Pluto TV and Playstation Vue.All of these are paid services except for Pluto TV,which is free. 5)To find and add new channels on Roku,just press the Home button on the remote control,scroll down and select "Streaming Channels".There you will find thousands of channels/apps in many different categories and many of them are free. My one gripe about Roku (and other streaming devices) is the lack of a fully functional web browser and I hope Roku will include web browsing on models in the near future.I have been surfing the web on the big screen for years and find it ridiculous when an internet connected TV device does not allow you to surf the internet and forces one to switch to yet another internet connected device to do so. I am aware of the screen mirroring function from a smartphone/PC/tablet but find that a poor excuse to not include a web browser.Many people who type a lot of messages and/or emails like myself prefer typing on a wireless keyboard rather than a phone/tablet/remote control. Bottom Line:You can now get a Roku device to replace your cable TV box & service or to replace an antenna for free local network TV.And of course you can create your own custom TV experience that simply is not possible with cable or antenna TV.v

The best little box, ever!

I have been using Roku's for several years now. And have purchased several as gifts for family. It's the easiest thing to use for your TV. If they would allow us to customize the direct connect buttons at the bottom of the remote it would be even better!

Love that the remote controls the tv power.

Been using the ultra for a couple of weeks. I like it a lot better than the Roku 3 I was using. The 3 was not controlling the volume on the tv. During commercials the volume would get too loud. This one does not have that issue. So far so good! I love the aquarium screensaver. I hope it doesn't change!!

Really unifies it

Not my first Roku, so in addition to the features I already liked, this also was able to recognize my TV so I can turn it on and control the volume through the Roku remote, meaning 99% of the time it's the only remote I need. Super easy to set up, too.

Updated from Roku 3 and New Features

I purchased this to upgrade my Roku 3 which I have had for about 5 or 6 years and was starting to slow down. So far I am loving feature that allows you to find the remote and the buttons to instantly start Sling, Amazon and Hulu. For me if there is one thing missing it would be the wrist strap on the remote because that is the only way for me to keep up with it from my grandchildren.

REALLY GREAT DEVICE FOR INTERTAINMENT

I BOUGHT TWO. ONE FOR LIVING ROOM AND ONE FOR BEDROOM. XFINITY ALLOWED A DOWNLOAD SO I COULD WATCH MY PROGRAMS WITHOUT THE USE OF A CABLE BOX. IT IS GREAT THAT BOTH HAVE ALLOWED THIS FEATURE. EASY TO SET UP IF YOU HAVE SOME EXPERIENCE WITH WIFI, COMPUTERS, AND INTERNET.

Love the simplicity

I upgraded to the Roku 4K Ultra HD and love it, replacing my older Roku, which I had for years and never had a problem. I have a 4K TV and, with my Roku 4K device, the picture is excellent, better than my cable TV picture. I've never hesitated to recommend Roku. What I like most is the user interface and the simplicity of the handheld device. Even if you have a smart TV that connects to Netflix, Amazon, etc., I still prefer the Roku device for accessing those channels. Roku is cool and a great deal.

Best Roku box yet

I have had this Roku now a few weeks and this is the best one yet. Very fast. Great picture. Remote finder. 4k has very good picture. Even if you don't have 4k, it is great great box to have. I give it 5 stars. I got mine on sale for $49.00. I should have brought 2 of them. Never been disappointed in Roku. They make some of the best streaming boxes.

High maintenance device. Not worth the money.

I purchased the Roku Ultra and for the most part it works ok. Like a standard Roku. But when is comes to working with a 4K TV, forget about it. I could never get it to play a 4K video without unplugging the HDMI cable and replugging it back in. Once it started playing the 4K video, if another video was go to stream next, I'd have to unplug the cable again and reinsert it. I tried several HDMI cable of different manufacturers, quailiy and cost. The TV is a brand new LG OLED. Tried Roku support...no response.

Terrible Remote Control

Just switched to Comcast Xfinity. It was suggested we could use a Roku Ultra to wirelessly connect some of our TV sets. That part is true. It does work BUT the remote control takes you back to the 90's. Change a channel you have to go to the program guide and scroll up or down one channel at a time. No up or down on the remote. No fast page up or down. Very difficult and inefficient to use. That combined with the fact that when the TV is turned on, it does not go straight to the xFinity stations makes this a really lousy solution. We will likely return our unused boxes and bit the bullet by renting additional units from Comcast.
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Electrode, App-product, Comp-283796745, DC-prod-dfw5, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.0.16-rc-3, SHA-be3b5cd33cf2201002aafe92047174b804e8a87a, CID-
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Electrode, Comp-283796745, DC-prod-dfw5, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.0.16-rc-3, SHA-be3b5cd33cf2201002aafe92047174b804e8a87a, CID-15b514c3-4ff-16adf065ed5531, Generated: Wed, 22 May 2019 10:11:38 GMT