jcmolet wrote:The front of the Roku - the IR receptor- is positioned just below the top of the TV so it can't be seen yet still has no reception problems.
mikebdoss wrote:Double-sided tape or Velcro are much easier and much cheaper.
socantra wrote:mikebdoss wrote:Double-sided tape or Velcro are much easier and much cheaper.
Yeah, but who would pay 20 bucks for some double sided tape or velcro. Maybe, if you put it in a pastic bag and called it something like......................SuperMount - ROKU UNIVERSAL MOUNTING KIT.
ApK wrote:To be fair, the linked product appears to be a purely mechanical solution that hooks into the vent openings. A similar thing came with my satellite radio for mounting to an air vent in the car.
I like the approach better than applying disfiguring adhesives to my stuff, but for that kind of money, I'll have to adjust.
For those that pay hundreds of dollars for audiophile-grade knobs on their amplifiers, $20 probably seems like free.
socantra wrote:To be fair, for those who pay hundreds of dollars for audio-grade knobs on their amplifiers, covering up the vents on the back of your TV probably sounds like a really bad idea.