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CutCutCut

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#257135 17-Sep-2019 10:29
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If anybody has a fairly recent 1080p+ roku device they no longer use let me know how much you want for it. Preferably one of the non-stick kind, ie one that uses an HDMI cable, as opposed to plugging directly in, but I'm sure I can find an HDMI extension if need be. Thanks!


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  #2319056 17-Sep-2019 10:52
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Is a Roku 3 too old?  I've had it over 5 years.  It does do 1080p.  We switched to an Android TV device so it hasn't seen much use for the last year or so.


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  #2319117 17-Sep-2019 12:15
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Thanks for the reply, I may have found a solution to my problem which won't require a Roku, which hopefully I'll try tonight, and get back to you.


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  #2320097 19-Sep-2019 08:59
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It looks like I've managed to get an itv live stream via tattoo working so I won't need to try a Roku. Thanks!



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  #2320335 19-Sep-2019 13:46
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deadlyllama:

Is a Roku 3 too old?  I've had it over 5 years.  It does do 1080p.  We switched to an Android TV device so it hasn't seen much use for the last year or so.



How much do you want for roku? I want to experiment setting US tv.




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