Third party, but a USB to Ethernet adapter is easy to pick up.Is the USB to Ethernet adapter mentioned a third party product, or Roku? Would it work with Roku streaming sticks? Offering just a wireless connection seems pretty stupid to me. Even Amazon offer an adapter for their 4K Firestick.
The USB connection on a Roku Stick powers it, so I don't see how you could use a USB Ethernet adapter. However, something like this should work fine with the Streambar.Thanks Steve. Does any such adapter work with Roku sticks too, or is it just the bar? Details of a suitable device would be welcome, if available.
The remote supplied with the unit uses wireless connection. Not sure if the unit has an IR receiver - it’s all fabric on the front so cannot see one.Does it use ir for the remote so that I can control it with an older Harmony or is it like the 4K+ stick which uses a wireless tech?
Really hope they bring out a wired ethernet adapter for the stick Roku's just as both Amazon and Google have done for their stick devices.
I came from the JBL to this and I would say the Roku sounds better. As well as all the Roku goodness, I think the speech settings are better and it has a bit more bassAs a soundbar, how does it compare to the JBL Bar 2.0 All-in-One (Black) ? I'm looking for a new soundbar but my budget is fairly low and I'm looking for something that's compact, so many bars are around the 90cm+ range and that's too big for my cabinet. Ideally I'd go Sonos and link up to my IKEA Symfonik speakers elsewhere in the house but £400 is beyond what I can justify.