Roku Streambar

Roku Streambar
86

Engadget Review

The $130 Roku Streambar combines a soundbar, 4K HDR streamer and Bluetooth speaker in one device. Roughly the size of a carton of eggs, the Streambar is compact enough to fit into most TV setups be it in your living room or another part of the home. But don’t let its size fool you -- the sound it pumps out is much better than most TVs’ internal speakers. If you’re happy with your current television’s picture quality, the Streambar is an excellent way to give its sound a boost. While it lacks thumping bass when using it to play music from your smartphone, it’s hard to deny the convenience of having basically three devices all in one.

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Roku Streambar review: Making old TVs feel new again
It’s a compelling option for those with tight budgets and little space.
Valentina Palladino
Valentina PalladinoOctober 27, 2020

Pros

  • Compact design
  • Solid audio quality
  • Dolby Audio support
  • 4K HDR streaming tech built in
  • Works as a Bluetooth speaker

Cons

  • No Ethernet port
  • Weak bass
  • No Dolby Vision
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Key Specs

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Wireless speakers
CONNECTIONS
WiFi

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