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Roku 2 Streaming Player (Roku 2720R) with Headphone Jack

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  • Roku 2 enhanced remote with headphone jack (uses Wi-Fi Direct).
  • Streaming player includes IR receiver (compatible with various universal remotes).
  • 802.11 (a/b/g/n compatible) with WEP, WPA, and WPA2 support.
  • Less than 4.5W (typical) when streaming HD videoPower Input.
  • Digital over HDMI (7.1 and 5.1 surround pass through).Analog stereo (left/right/composite video RCA).
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Product Description

Roku 2 Streaming Player 1080p HD plus enhanced remote with headphone jack

Crank up the volume, and enjoy the show with the Roku 2. Dive into 1,800+ channels of movies, TV shows, sports and more in stunning 1080p HD. Watch without disturbing the house when you plug the included headphones into the remote. Enjoy free features like channel shortcut buttons and much more.

  • 1,800+ entertainment channels. Choose from the best selection and widest variety of streaming entertainment, including movies, TV shows, music, sports, news, fitness, cooking, and more.
  • Stunning HD video quality. Immerse yourself in the action with rich, vibrant video streaming up to 1080p HD*.
  • Remote with headphone jack for private listening. Crank up the volume and use the included headphones to enjoy a late-night flick without disturbing the household.
  • Extended-range wireless. A robust dual-band wireless connection seamlessly streams video with ease and speed.
  • Channel shortcut buttons. Jump straight to favorite channels such as Netflix and M-GO with the push of a button.
  • One-stop search.** Find your favorite movies and shows in a flash from top channels like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU, and M-GO.
  • Movies and TV shows, front and center. Instantly access the hottest blockbusters and hit TV shows, powered by M-GO, right from the home screen -- no extra account setup required.
  • Free iOS and Android app. Transform your mobile device into a Roku remote. Browse and add new channels. Even use your phone or tablet to send your music, photos and personal videos*** to your HDTV.

*Availability of 1080p HD video limited by channel provider and speed of broadband connection.
** One-stop search is for movies and TV shows and does not work with all channels. Premium subscriptions are required but are not included with purchase.
*** Capability to share video available on iOS and select Android phones. See for list of devices that support this feature.

Get to the entertainment you want instantly

The Roku Channel Store has the largest selection of streaming channels available anywhere – with over 1,800 channels and more coming at a furious pace. Our on-screen interface lets you fly through screens, seamlessly search top channels and launch movies faster than ever before.

  • Watch a new movie a day. Every day. For 82 years. Roku has over 200,000 movies and TV episodes at your fingertips from Netflix, Hulu Plus, Amazon Instant Video, HBO GO, M-GO, VUDU, Redbox Instant by Verizon and more
  • With 49 news and weather channels from across the US and around the world, Roku is the best choice for news and weather channels. Top news sources include MSNBC, Fox News, Huffington Post, CNBC and WSJ
  • Plus gets loads of other entertainment choices, including:
    • Music from Spotify, Amazon Cloud Player, Pandora, MOG, Rdio, VEVO and TuneIn
    • Live sports packages including NBA League Pass Broadband, NHL GameCenter LIVE, MLS LIVE, UFCTV, and MLB.TV Premium
    • Family entertainment from PBS and Disney
    • Photo and video sharing via Facebook, Flickr, and Picasa

Of course, there are also tons of channels featuring international and lifestyle programming, tech news, podcasts, cartoons, and… well, you get the idea.

Watch late-night flicks without disturbing the peace

Our enhanced remote includes a built-in headphone jack for private listening. Use it with the included in-ear headphones to watch that late-night movie without waking up the rest of the house.


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1,800+ entertainment channels
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Plays up to 1080p HD video
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Send videos, photos and music stored locally on your smartphone to your TV via the Roku app
Dual-band wireless

Channel shortcut buttons to Netflix, Amazon Instant Video and more
Remote with headphone jack for private listening

Cast to TV direct from the Netflix and YouTube apps

Motion control for games (Angry Birds Space included)

Lightning fast with 5x faster processor      
Ethernet, USB & microSD slot


* Roku 3 works with HDTVs with HDMI port. HDMI cable not included with Roku players.
**Availability of 1080p HD video limited by channel provider and speed of broadband connection.

It's ridiculously easy

From the simple remote to the intuitive interface, Roku 2 was designed to set up in a few quick-and-easy steps. All you need to get started is a high-speed Internet connection (and a TV, of course). The built-in wireless and guided setup mean you can be up and running in minutes. And we bet you don't even have to call your nerdy nephew for help.

Included with the Roku 2
  • Enhanced remote with headphone jack
  • Headphones
  • Two AA batteries
  • A/V cable (red/white/yellow)
  • Power adapter
  • Get Started guide
  • 90-day manufacturer warranty
What you need
  • High-speed Internet (like DSL or cable)
  • Wireless router
  • HDMI cable (for high-definition video)
  • Internet browser (for initial setup)

In general, the faster your Internet connection, the better the video quality. For the best viewing results, we recommend a minimum of 1.5 Mbps for standard definition and 3.0 Mbps for HD content. To test your network speed, visit either one of the following (free) websites: or Please note that your Internet speed may vary throughout the day.

Product Description

Crank up the volume and enjoy the show. The all-new Roku 2 has everything you need to kick back with your favorite entertainment faster than you can grab the popcorn. Dive into 1,800+ channels of blockbuster movies, hot TV shows, sports, and more in stunning 1080p HD. Tune out distractions and turn up that late-night flick while the kids (or parents) sleep when you plug the included headphones into the remote. Jump straight to your favorites with channel shortcut buttons. And find that perfect movie or show in a flash with one-stop search. The all-new Roku 2—rock-solid streaming with private listening.

Roku 2 supports closed captioning on channels that support this feature, including Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, VUDU and Hulu Plus. Video output: 1080p, 720p and 480p over HDMI. Audio output: digital over HDMI (7.1/5.1 channel surround sound pass-through and stereo). 12V -- 1A power adapter.

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Product Information

Technical Details
Brand NameRoku
Item Weight3.5 ounces
Product Dimensions3.7 x 3.7 x 1.2 inches
Item model number2720R
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color NameBlack
Technical Specification
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #4,302 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 25, 2013
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1,749 of 1,770 people found the following review helpful By DavidA on October 23, 2013

On April 6, 2015 Roku updated the Roku 2 and Roku 3. The new Roku 2 is basically the old Roku 3 - but they removed a couple of features. The new Roku 2 is IR only - no more wifi-direct remote so you need line of sight now and no headphone jack in the remote. The Roku 2 is also HDMI only - it WILL NOT work with a CRT TV. I have no idea if Amazon is going to start transparently selling the new Roku 2 if you buy from this page or if this will continue to be the product page for the "older" Roku 2. The older Roku 2 has a model number of 2720R and apparently the new one is 4210R.

It looks like the only "current" Roku that will work with a CRT TV is the Roku 1, which (as far as I can tell) is just slower than the "new" Roku 2 but still has composite video output.

I'm going to leave my original review in place and write a new one when I get the new products. For now if you can get the "old" Roku 2 it's still a great product, but I'd now say that the new Roku 3 is a better deal than the new Roku 2. The IR-only remote is a deal breaker for me - I love being able to hide these devices out of sight.

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I've had a Roku 3 hooked up to my living room TV, a streaming stick in my bedroom, and a Roku 2 in the guest room for a while now so I thought I'd do a comparison between the devices. I keep this review up to date as new devices are released or major content changes occur (such as YouTube support).
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455 of 480 people found the following review helpful By Troy C. on October 21, 2013
Love it, with some minor nitpicks; a much better experience compared to using my Wii for Netflix.

Easy-peasy. Choose language, sign in to network, create an account. Done in 5 minutes.
- Minor bug: my wireless network SSID was listed twice.
- Minor gripe: had to give my credit card number, but indicated that I can remove this later via website.

Overall, the experience is great. The interface is beautiful and easy to navigate. The remote is simple, responsive, and has great range. Previously, I used my Wii to access Netflix, but the remote range was so small that I had to get up off the couch to control the Wii. With the Roku remote I can control things even from the dining room!

One potential point of confusion is the integration with M-Go. The top level menu has Channels (Netflix, Amazon, Crackle, etc) AND "Movies", "TV", etc. At first I thought that "Movies" might mean all movies across all of Netflix, Amazon, etc, but that's not what it is. The "Movies", "TV" and other selections are actually sub-headings for M-Go, a new Roku partner. I guess as a partner they get premium placement at the top menu level. It's not a big deal, but it was a little unclear to me.

+ Interface is clean, bright, sharp (at least with my HDMI connection) and intuitive.
+ Remote range is much better than Wii
+ Everything feels pretty snappy.
- Minor gripe: Rewind seems very small (7 seconds?)
- Minor gripe: Backarrow button sometimes doesn't work and you need to use the home button.

When you setup the Roku you are prompted to select from some 20+ channels. I found out that there are actually more than 1000 channels available! You can see them on [...
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570 of 603 people found the following review helpful By A. Holloway on November 17, 2013
We are in our 60's and can remember, honestly, when tv was a whole lot better.  We had better movies, sit coms and mysteries.  So now we much prefer the British Mysteries and Comedies and the ol spooky movies from the 50's, 60's and 70's.  Being a Vincent Price fan and Bela Lugosi fan you can tell what era we are talking about.  We had been paying incredible amounts of money for cable TV of which we watched perhaps 3 or 4 channels. We really hate the reality shows, many news shows and the current sitcoms are incredibly bad. So we decided to try Roku.  We got it from Acorn TV and we did have one minor problem during hook up. We called Roku and got a gentleman who walked me through a few steps and that corrected the problem.  Since then, we have had 3 other times that a glitch came up.  In 2 cases it seemed to be a problem of the actually channel we were trying to watch. In all cases a call to Roku fixed the problems.  Only once did it actually take one day to get fixed because the problem came from the channels (Drive In movie Channel) problem.  But it was fixed. Plus if there had been a problem you will get a follow up phone call and e mail from Roku to make sure the problem stayed resolved and you are happy.  Can't beat that !!  So, that being said let me tell you that we sooooo enjoy Roku.  If we want to watch something local we can since we kept our local channels at a pretty cheap price.  But 90% of the time we are watching Roku.  It is so much fun to us.  We can watch film noir movies from the 40's, we can watch sci fi from the 50's, we can watch movies from all the eras, we can watch documentaries, news information, etc. Some of the channels you will have to pay for.  That is up to you.  We have only spent money on 2 channels that charge (example $1.99 and that is it.Read more ›
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