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It seems to be very precise. It steps back and stops for a moment at each jump back frame and resumes playing when you hit the OK button. Fast forward works the same way. I should mention that I have only used it with amazon streaming video; I don't subscribe to Netflix. Sorry I couldn't answer your question about using the remote for gaming. I don't even use the Roku remote at all because I have a Harmony universal remote. BTW, the Roku supports both RF and infrared.
Oct 1, 2012 by Layabout
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Headphone Jack? Jul 16, 2013
No headphone jack
Jul 18, 2013 by Todd Bassett
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It doesn't show local channels. But you can select from several channels. You connect it to the TV you want to watch it on. I easily move it back & forth between the den and the lining room. It's very small, very pirtable
Nov 22, 2013 by Judith Holderman
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Not at this time. Contact Uverse support and let them know that you want to access your NBA League Pass through a Roku box. If enough subscribers ask for it, they may add this option.
Feb 5, 2013 by James R. Wharton
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It will take any size card. As far as I know the card if for channel storage only. The card does not act like RAM on a computer. So a 2g card would more than suffice.
Dec 31, 2012 by L. Johnston
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That's a great question. I haven't used the usb port. So I googled it. I was led to Roku and they say yes, it supports mp4. I suggest you google and go directly to roku to get more information. Thanks for asking that because I'm going to check it out. Despite that, I love this Roku. The picture quality is excellent.
Mar 28, 2014 by J. Lyons
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I had comcast blast (32mbps) and switched to att (24mbps) and I do not notice a difference. According to Vodu, for their HDX movies (highest quality), you want 4.5-9mbps. I have heard from a friend that on their internet connection if someone is watching a movie on Roku and someone else is doing work, their internet connections are significantly slowed down. So if you are planning to have Roku playing + internet acccess you may want to shoot for something over 9: http://support.vudu.com/?supportPage=answers/detail/a_id/142 SD - 1 Mbps to 2 Mbps HD - 2.25 Mbps to 4.5 Mbps HDX - 4.5 Mbps to 9 Mbps
Dec 24, 2012 by Kevin Papreck
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The distance may be a problem depending on the following factors: 1) Number of walls from wifi router 2) Quality of router ( regular or high power) 3) Keep away from metals 4) Place router as high as possible in the room Barring the above factors, distance should not be a problem even if you live in a two storey house.
Dec 18, 2012 by Michael Ashby
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don't know. I would first try rebooting (unplugging power from) both the Roku and your home modem/router. See if Roku power light comes on after reboot. If that doesn't help, I would next try a different HDMI cable. Then, if that doesn't help try a different TV. Then if that doesn't work, try to connect using the other Roku output connectors (i.e. RCA style plug connectors) to the TV. If that doesn't work, then I would wonder if the Roku box is dead.
Jul 19, 2013 by dave
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