Roku is best known for its low-cost set-top box streamers, but it's also a popular software platform for cheap smart TVs. If you own one, you can equip it with Roku stereo speakers starting tomorrow.
The 200-euro set, simply referred to as "Roku TV Wireless Speaker", works only with Roku TVs ̵
The design exerts flexibility for the sake of simplicity, as Roku is used to, with a two-part setup designed for stereo separation without a dedicated subwoofer. The supplied Stick remote control can control both the speakers and a Roku TV with voice commands, but there is also a second "desk remote". This little gadget looks like a buttoned hockey puck, but is more of a dedicated music controller that makes it easy to pause and skip special music apps like Pandora. It has voice control but requires a special keystroke to start listening, which seems a bit awkward now that Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are so ubiquitous.
In terms of specifications, both speakers use a 0.75-inch tweeter and a 3.5-inch woofer, and need their own power outlet, although Roku does not specify wattage. While wireless Roku TV speakers can not connect via cable, they do receive a Bluetooth A2DP signal, as do most TV soundbars. If you want, they can be mounted on a standard 0.25 inch thread.
If you're sold, you might want to place an order for a week or so: The $ 200 speaker set drops to just $ 150 Sunday, November 25 and the following "Cyber Monday."
Source: Roku on The Verge