Re: how to connect Netflix Roku player with pc and tv
Yes, it connects directly to your TV with a choice of cables - check their site for a description of your options there. And if you have a wireless network (router) it will connect to the internet through that, so you don't need to have a cable running back to where your computer is.
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If it is not a "smart tv" with a wireless connection, you can either hook up a computer with web access and use netflix or you can buy a Roku box and get Netflix, Amazon, CrackleTV etc. Roku Streaming TV Media Player
Setting your roku device is very easy. With roku setup, you will be able to enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows, songs, etc. Basically It is a series of random numbers that will be shown on your TV screen when you will connect your Roku device to TV. All you just need to visit roku com link web address and enter the Roku Activation Code. Now, you can start to watch Hulu, Netflix, HBO, TBS, TNT and other channels.
Visit https://rokulink-code.com/roku-activation-code/ for more information.
- Connect your PC as an extra monitor and watch Netflix through browser
- Buy Google Cast device and cast Netflix from your mobile device to your TV (Cheapest way)
- Buy a smart TV that has Netflix installed
- Buy a media box (Like Roku), connect it to your TV, install the Netflix app via the Roku channel store
You want to try the Roku player so you can stream NetFlix to your TV over your home internet connection. It can be a bit of a hair pulling experience to set one up. So I'll try and make it as easy as it can be. First; Once you receive your player, and connect it to your TV. You need to get your new player on to your home network, be sure you have a router with wireless capability's. You will need to know the name of your home network, and you will need to know your WEB key or the pass key to secure your access into your home network. To do this, go to "Settings" (on the Roku menu) then scroll thru the menu until you see "Network", press network, look for your home network and press on it, then put in the WEB key to access your home network router. Remember after each step unplug the Roku for 10 to 20 seconds to set the memory.(may take more than 1 time with some players) NEXT; Go to Roku's internet site and set up your account with them, they will need info on how to bill you if need be. So they will need some bank account info Or you can use PayPal. They need this info in case you order a pay for movie or swap to a paid channel. Next On the Roku "My Account" page, down at the right bottom of the page you will see the "Link Player" button, follow this to receive your Link code, write this code down and go to your TV, Roku menu screen and put in the Link Code. This will now activate your new Roku player. Next you will want to go to NetFlix and set up an account with them. Same thing here, they need bank account info to bill you, if you stay past the free demo time limit. Now go back to your TV, Roku menu and scroll thru the menu to press on NetFlix, here you will go thru the Menu to get another link code. This time it will come on the TV, Roku menu to go back and put that code in your NetFlix account to activate your Roku player with NetFlix. Now in the process of all this you may have to unplug your Roku player after each link code to set it into memory. This causes a lot of folks trouble as they do not, "Turn Off" the Roku after they put in the network key, the Roku link code, then again after they put in the NetFlix link code. One last bit of help. Do not create a large Instant Queue on your NetFlix account. This causes problems with the memory usage in the Roku player, and It can keep NetFlix from loading.