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On the back of the TV/VCR unit there is an input for audio & video plugs. These will accept a composite video signal and mono audio signal. I'm not sure if newer roku has these outputs as they are low def only signals. The roku would need to have have red, white & yellow sockets. (Old Roku's had these....) Yellow is video, red and white are L & R audio. Use a y adapter to merge red & white together, and use a standard RCA patch cord to connect the roku composite outputs to the TV VCR inputs.
if your in canada you will not get the wwe channel till late 2014, if in usa the wwe channel will most likely be available for the roku 3. and support for the roku 1 2 2xs and 2 xd sould be avaiable later this year
I have an old Roku and was able to get the harmony 650 to recognise it. The model of my old Roku was SD since I originally used it on my analog TV. Everything seems to work without having to "teach" the Harmony. The only quirk was having to use the Exit button to go back to a Netflix movie description and again to go back to the channel list.
Place the Roku box on your TV or entertainment
center and plug it into the wall outlet. Connect the box to your TV
with the included AV or HDMI cable. Insert the included batteries into
the Roku remote.
Turn on the Roku and the TV. Press the "Input" or "Source"
button on the TV remote until the Roku menu appears. Follow the
instructions until the wireless setup screen appears. Use the remote to
select your network and input your Wi-Fi network access code, then press
Turn on your computer and log in. Start your Internet browser and type "roku.com/link" in the address bar. Press "Enter."
Set up a Roku account if your don't already have one. Enter the code that appears on your TV screen to finish the setup process.