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Yes you can. Try https://www.amazon.com/Converter-Tackston-Composite-Nintendo-Integrated/dp/B07R6857Q7, It worked perfect for my old big screen.
Patricia Ashford
· October 9, 2019
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I have 2 Samsung Smart TVs--bought in 2015 and 2016. I want Disney+ but they are too old to support that app. So, for me, it is worth buying a Roku to get it.
CatLover
· November 26, 2019
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We use our Roku Express (purchased in 2018) on a very old tv with no HDMI port with an RCA to HDMI converter that supports PAL/NTSC that we purchased on Amazon for about $12. We plugged in our RCA cable into one side converter and then to the TV, (It is the 3 pronged red, yellow, and white ended cable we used to use t… see more We use our Roku Express (purchased in 2018) on a very old tv with no HDMI port with an RCA to HDMI converter that supports PAL/NTSC that we purchased on Amazon for about $12. We plugged in our RCA cable into one side converter and then to the TV, (It is the 3 pronged red, yellow, and white ended cable we used to use to connect our VCRs to the TV back in the 1990s that we never threw away-ha ha!). Amazon carries RCA cables for less than $6. see less We use our Roku Express (purchased in 2018) on a very old tv with no HDMI port with an RCA to HDMI converter that supports PAL/NTSC that we purchased on Amazon for about $12. We plugged in our RCA cable into one side converter and then to the TV, (It is the 3 pronged red, yellow, and white ended cable we used to use to connect our VCRs to the TV back in the 1990s that we never threw away-ha ha!). Amazon carries RCA cables for less than $6.
GG and SG
· September 17, 2020
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NO!!! I have been with Roku for 10-15 years & I've NEVER been charged an activation fee. I set up my new Express this past Friday 07/31/2020. When the screen came up, it gave me an activation code. All I had to do was go to the Roku website & log-in. Then I clicked on "Activate" in the upper right of the screen. A box… see more NO!!! I have been with Roku for 10-15 years & I've NEVER been charged an activation fee. I set up my new Express this past Friday 07/31/2020. When the screen came up, it gave me an activation code. All I had to do was go to the Roku website & log-in. Then I clicked on "Activate" in the upper right of the screen. A box came up asking for my activation code. I entered the code & in less than 30 seconds I saw the "Welcome to Roku" come across my TV screen. Any chance that you owed Roku for past charges???
During the log-in process, I did notice that they had a disclaimer that "Roku never charges to activate their boxes". I hope you have it cleared up by now!!! Since several people have asked this question, .I'm wondering IF some sellers aren't trying to scam buyers. I never call the 800 number that comes with any product. I go to their website to get the advertised toll free number. I set up my account completely online. The only thing I needed was my Roku username & password as well as my username & password for every premium channel that I belonged to like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, etc see less
NO!!! I have been with Roku for 10-15 years & I've NEVER been charged an activation fee. I set up my new Express this past Friday 07/31/2020. When the screen came up, it gave me an activation code. All I had to do was go to the Roku website & log-in. Then I clicked on "Activate" in the upper right of the screen. A box came up asking for my activation code. I entered the code & in less than 30 seconds I saw the "Welcome to Roku" come across my TV screen. Any chance that you owed Roku for past charges???
During the log-in process, I did notice that they had a disclaimer that "Roku never charges to activate their boxes". I hope you have it cleared up by now!!! Since several people have asked this question, .I'm wondering IF some sellers aren't trying to scam buyers. I never call the 800 number that comes with any product. I go to their website to get the advertised toll free number. I set up my account completely online. The only thing I needed was my Roku username & password as well as my username & password for every premium channel that I belonged to like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, etc

Marsha Queen of Amazon
· August 3, 2020
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The older square model. Has the red white and yellow hookups and HDMI. So I can choose. I use that for my box tv. You may have to find them tho. Not the 4k version. Tje cheapest smallest box version. About 2015 year
Joel T Hall
· November 20, 2019
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Yes. You were cheated. Roku does not charge for activation or support. I just set up a Roku this morning (June 6 2020) and another one in January 2020. There is no activation fee. I bet Roku would love to hear what happened. They could take steps to keep criminals from stealing from good people again.
James Johnson
· June 6, 2020
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Yes. Mine came with an Amazon Prime Video app pre-installed on it.
ST1717
· October 4, 2019
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Yes, but unfortunately most of them require cable/satellite, or through another app. Such as YouTube TV, Sling, etc.
I have a digital antenna hooked up for my local channels. All I have to do is change from HDMI, to Air, with my remote.

Kimberly Dawn
· January 25, 2020
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Hello, thanks for your feedback. If you feel that the player is getting too warm, we invite you to visit the Support tab on our website. Locate the article entitled, "What should I do if the red light is on or I see a 'Your device is overheating' warning?".

If your issue persists, use the Agent Support link at the b… see more
Hello, thanks for your feedback. If you feel that the player is getting too warm, we invite you to visit the Support tab on our website. Locate the article entitled, "What should I do if the red light is on or I see a 'Your device is overheating' warning?".

If your issue persists, use the Agent Support link at the bottom of our Support page to send us an email.

Roku Customer Advocate see less
Hello, thanks for your feedback. If you feel that the player is getting too warm, we invite you to visit the Support tab on our website. Locate the article entitled, "What should I do if the red light is on or I see a 'Your device is overheating' warning?".

If your issue persists, use the Agent Support link at the bottom of our Support page to send us an email.

Roku Customer Advocate

Roku
Manufacturer · December 30, 2020
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Yes, if you are a Spectrum customer you can download the app from Roku and enjoy all of the Spectrum tv stations that you have on your main Spectrum account. I am doing it with a Roku 2 and it works great... depending on your internet speed. If I am not mistaken I can get about 250 Spectrum channels from the one app. Y… see more Yes, if you are a Spectrum customer you can download the app from Roku and enjoy all of the Spectrum tv stations that you have on your main Spectrum account. I am doing it with a Roku 2 and it works great... depending on your internet speed. If I am not mistaken I can get about 250 Spectrum channels from the one app. Your cost $0 per month. Great for additional tv's you might have in your home. see less Yes, if you are a Spectrum customer you can download the app from Roku and enjoy all of the Spectrum tv stations that you have on your main Spectrum account. I am doing it with a Roku 2 and it works great... depending on your internet speed. If I am not mistaken I can get about 250 Spectrum channels from the one app. Your cost $0 per month. Great for additional tv's you might have in your home.
R. W. Sharp
· October 16, 2019