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Roku uses the Internet to deliver streaming entertainment to your TV, so you’ll need high-speed Internet service (like DSL or cable) for the best experience. To see what your network speed is at home, go to
on your computer and hit the “Begin Test” button—a quick test will run that measures your download speed in “Mbps” (megabits per second). Generally we recommend a network speed of at least 1.2 Mbps, but to view live events, like Major League Baseball games, you’ll want at least 3 Mbps. For HD viewing, we recommend 5 Mbps.
Most of our customers connect their Roku players to a wireless network at home, using a wireless router. Simple instructions on-screen guide you through the one-time setup process. You can also connect models with an Ethernet port to your router using an Ethernet cable.
The cable you need to connect Roku to most television sets is included in the box. However, if you want to watch in high-definition, you’ll need an HDMI cable. Roku offers a great deal on a 6 ft HDMI cable during checkout—it’s just $9.99 (that’s $15 less than most other retailers).