These Wireless Speakers Are The Cheap Upgrade Your Roku TV Needs

Have a Roku TV? Get these wireless speakers.

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Most new TVs look gorgeous but they’re so thin that they can’t properly house good speakers. The other problem is that upgrading to a soundbar or receiver-based system can be expensive.

Enter the Roku TV Wireless Speakers. The 2.0 system only costs $200 and is designed to pair perfectly with any Roku smart TV. The speakers connect over wi-fi and you just need to follow the setup instructions on your TV. There’s no dealing with any wires or finding the right HDMI or optical port on your TV. It’s easy. Roku partners with a ton of big TV manufacturers, including TCL, Sharp, Hisense, Philips and Insignia, so there’s a good chance you already own a TV that can easily and affordably be improved. Right now, you can buy the Roku TV Wireless Speakers for $150 instead of $200 — that’s 25-percent off.

To read more about the Roku TV Wireless Speakers, check out our coverage (here) from a few months back. It should be noted that the speakers have yet to be released yet and we haven’t had a chance to properly review them – but we will. Also, the speakers won’t work with Roku streaming sticks. The TV must have the Roku software baked into them to work with these speakers.

Buy Now: $200 $150

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