Roku Ultra: The Roku Ultra (4660R) is a wireless network
audio/video streaming player which gives you access to 450,000+ movies and TV
episodes across 4,500+ paid or free channels. Setting up the Roku Ultra
requires a broadband internet connection, a wireless router, AC power, and a
HDTV, Ultra-HD, or 4K/HDR TV with an available HDMI input. There are no monthly equipment
rental fees for owning a Roku player. You can rent, buy, subscribe or watch
popular movies & TV shows, as well as tune into free channels.
- The Roku Ultra can be used in combination with your cable subscription. You can use your
cable subscription to stream what you love on-demand through apps like
WatchESPN, and more.
- You can also use the Roku Ultra as an alternate to cable. Choose from a wide
selection of free services, pay-as-you-go with monthly subscriptions to
Hulu; or rent movies and shows from
and more. Roku also offers live news, and popular cable-replacement packages
Sling TV with live and on-demand programming from ESPN, HGTV, and dozens
Note: You will need to setup a Roku account to activate the wireless
network streaming player and access entertainment across thousands of streaming
channels. Adding a payment method to your account lets you easily rent/buy
movies on demand or subscribe to popular services like Netflix, Amazon, etc..
Built-in Quad-Core Processor & Dual Band WiFi: The Roku Ultra (4660R) is
equipped with a fast quad-core processor and built-in 802.11ac MIMO dual-band
WiFi for responsive navigation, quick channel launching, and ultra-smooth
streaming. The streaming playing is also equipped with a RJ-45 Ethernet (10/100)
jack for a wired connection. The Roku streaming player must be
connected to your home network and the internet provider.
- Roku streaming devices perform well with most home broadband services
(DSL or cable internet). Movies and TV shows streamed in higher picture
quality formats like 4K or HDR require more bandwidth and therefore need
higher internet speeds (up to 25 Mbps). Contact your Internet Service
Provider (ISP) for details about the available services in your area.
- Using a mobile hotspot is not recommended, considering they are
generally not as reliable as home broadband.
Entertainment Apps: The Roku Ultra lets
you wirelessly stream blockbuster movies, TV shows, live TV, popular broadcast
networks, niche channels. TV shows, live sports, news, and music. You have
access to 500,000+ movies and TV episodes across 4,500+ paid or free channels,
including Netflix, Amazon Video, Hulu, Pandora, PBS Kids, and more.
- 4K/HDR Content: Access 4K and HDR content from
FandangoNow, and more. There is also a 4K Spotlight channel that is
installed. In addition to a list of channels that offer 4K content, the 4K
Spotlight channel presents 4K movies and TV shows across multiple channels
in different categories.
- More Movies & TV Shows: Enjoy movies & TV shows from
Google Play Movies & TV,
ShowTime, and more.
- Broadcast Networks: Catch up on your favorite programs
CBS All Access,
Travel Channel, and more
- Live TV: Watch live TV on
Sling TV &
- Internet Radio & Music: Listen to internet radio &
online music through
SiriusXM, and more.
- Kids & Family:
PBS Kids, and more.
- News & Weather: Get news updates from
AOL On News, and more. Plus, get weather forecasts from
The Weather Network and more.
- Sports & Fitness: Enjoy games, watch highlights, and
catch up on scores through
Fox Sports GO,
and more. Also get workouts from
Beachbody On Demand,
All Fitness TV, and more.
here for a list of all available content from Roku.
- Many of Roku's free channels are ad-supported, while other paid apps
(like Netflix & Amazon Video) are commercial free.
HDMI 2.0a Output: The Roku Ultra (4660R) is equipped with a
rear-panel HDMI 2.0a output with support for 720p HD, 1080p Full HD, 4K Ultra HD
(UHD), and 4K HDR video resolution. The HDMI output cannot be set to output
480i, 480p, or 1080i. The HDMI 2.0a output also supports 2 to 5.1ch
audio transmission, including support for Dolby Digital & DTS.
- Ultra-HD 4K Compatible: The term "4K" (also known as 4K
Ultra High Definition, 4K Ultra HD, or just 4K UHD) refers to the resolution
of the TV, which is a measure of how much detail you can see on the screen.
A traditional 1080p high definition TV has 1,920 vertical columns and 1,080
horizontal rows of pixels, while a 4K Ultra HD TV has a total resolution of
3,840 pixels by 2,160. With 4x the resolution of 1080p HD displays, 4K
offers improvement in picture clarity over existing HD resolutions.
- HDR (High Dynamic Range) Video: The Roku Ultra supports
HDR 10. HDR (High Dynamic Range) is a technology that helps to expand the
range of brightness, contrast, and color significantly. Bright parts of the
image can get much brighter with better color accuracy, while dark parts of
the image can get much darker improving the contrast. Overall, the image is
more natural looking with a greater sense of depth.
Notes: Requirements for Ultra-HD 4K & HDR.
- A compatible 4K HDR TV with an available HDMI 2.0 input that
supports HDCP 2.2 (HDCP 2.2 is a copy and content protection standard
for 4K Ultra HD content), plus a premium high speed HDMI cable.
- A steady wireless internet connection with enough bandwidth to
stream 4K (up to 25 Mbps might be needed).
- A streaming service like Netflix, Amazon Video, Vudu, or YouTube
with a plan that supports streaming of 4K Ultra HD and/or HDR content.
Not all content available from a streaming service that supports 4K HDR
will appear in 4K HDR. Look for movies or TV shows that are marked with
an HDR logo. 4K and HDR content is not available on all channels and may
require additional fees.
TV & AVR Connectivity: The Roku Ultra (4660R) can be
connected directly to an HDTV or Ultra-HD 4K TV, as well as connected to an
- TV Compatibility: Compatible with HDTVs (up to 1080p with up-scaling from
720p), 4K UHD TVs (up to 2160p at 60fps with up-scaling from 720p and
1080p), and 4K UHD/HDR TVs (supports HDR10 technology) that feature an HDMI input. It is not compatible with standard definition TVs that only support
480i or 480p. Make sure to use a high-speed HDMI cable with 18 Gbps or above
- AVR Compatibility: If you have an AVR (audio/video receiver) or
home theater with HDMI connections for HD video and audio, you can connect
your Roku player directly to the AVR. In addition to HD 1080p video, the
Roku player support 4K and HDR formats, so your AVR will need to support 4K
or HDR as well to send higher picture quality to your compatible TV.
2-channel and multi-channel audio
signals (including Dolby Digital & DTS) are delivered via HDMI.
Note: The Roku streaming player is designed to work with only one TV
and/or AVR at a
RF Remote: The Roku Ultra includes an RF remote
for wireless operation of the network audio/video streamer. Because the remote
is RF (and not IR), you can point it anywhere and still control the TV; you
don't have to aim it at the television. The remote offers push-button operation
and a built-in microphone for voice control. The remote is powered by two "AAA"
- Voice Control: The remote features a built-in
microphone which allows you to use your voice to control the Roku Streaming
Stick+. Simply press the "Mic" button and speak naturally into the built-in
microphone using conversational phrases to find your favorite TV shows and
movies from online providers and broadcast stations.
- Shortcut Buttons: The remote also offers shortcut
buttons for immediate access of Netflix, Amazon, Sling TV, & PlayStation
- Remote Finder: There is a Lost Remote Finder button on top of the
Roku player which will help you find your lost remote. The remote will emit
a sound to help you locate it. Press any button on the remote to stop the
Note: The Roku Ultra
also features an IR receiver and is compatible with various universal remote controls (sold separately).
Roku Mobile App: Get the free Roku Mobile app (for
4.0.1+) to turn
your compatible smartphone or tablet into fully functional remote control for the Roku
Premiere media streamer. To use the Roku mobile app, you must connect your Apple
iOS or Android device to
the same wireless network as the Roku player. The following features are
available on the Roku Mobile app.
- Launch Apps & Follow Favorites: You'll be able to launch your
favorite channels directly from the app on your compatible mobile device.
You can even follow your favorite movies, shows, and actors/directors using
the "My Feed" feature of the Roku Mobile app.
- Voice & Touchscreen Control: Using the app and mic of your
compatible mobile device, you can even use your voice to search for movies,
TV shows, actors, and directors. You can also use your mobile device's
touchscreen keyboard to enter text on your Roku device.
- Private Listening Mode: Using the Private Listening mode, you'll
be able to listen to audio from streaming movies or shows through a set of
headphones connected to your Apple iOS or Android device. When Private
Listening mode is active, you will not hear audio from your TV speakers.
- Device-to-TV Casting: You can cast your personal stored videos
(MP4/MOV/M4V), photos (JPG/PNG), and music (MP3/M4A) on your compatible
Apple iOS or Android device to the Roku Ultra and your connected TV using
the Roku Mobile app. Only video and photos taken with your mobile device are
Content Search & Recommendations: You can search across
the top 100 channels
to find where movies and shows are available for free, or see unbiased results
ranked by price across top channels. Search by title, actor, or director using
the included IR remote & on-screen menu or the Roku Mobile app for Apple iOS &
Android OS. You'll also get weekly recommendations of
the latest and greatest channels, movies, TV shows, games, and more.
Private & Night Listening Modes: The Roku Ultra offers a Night
Listening mode and private listening through a set of headphones.
- Night Listening Mode: Movies and TV shows can have a wide range of
sounds. Night Listening mode is an audio feature of Roku that allows you to
watch movies and TV shows without disturbing others nearby. When Night Listening
mode is enabled, the volume of soft sounds like whispering is increased while
the volume of loud sounds like explosions is decreased.
- Headphone Jack (In-Ear Headphones Included): There is a 3.5mm (1/8")
headphone jack on the included RF remote control for connection of the included
in-ear headphones, so you can privately listen to your movie or TV show. When
private listening is engaged, the Roku player does not send audio to your TV
speakers. You can also connect your own set of headphones with a 3.5mm
microSD Card Slot & USB Port: The Roku Ultra is equipped with a microSD card
slot for additional channel storage using an optional microSD or microSDHC
memory card (sold separately). There is also a USB (type-A) port for local
playback of movie, photo, and music files stored on a USB mass storage class
device, like USB thumbdrive. Supported USB media formats include -
- Video: H.264/AVC (MKV, MP4, MOV); H.265/HEVC (MKV, MP4, MOV); VP9
- Audio: MP3, WMA, AAC, ALAC, FLAC, WAV (PCM)
- Photo: JPG, PNG, GIF (no-animated)
Intuitive On-Screen Menu: The Roku Ultra offers an intuitive
on-screen menu which is displayed on your HDMI connected TV. The on-screen menu
is easily navigated using the included IR remote control.
AC Power Adapter: The Roku Ultra comes with an external AC power
adapter which will need to be plugged into an AC wall outlet, surge protector,
or power conditioner. Power consumption is 4.5W (typical) when streaming.
- Input: 100-240V~50-60Hz, 0.5A
- Output: 12V - 1.0A