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2 Remotes One Roku

Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:12 pm

Is it possible to have 2 different remotes work with one Roku tv? I have a Roku tv in my living quarters on my horse trailer and would like to have one remote by the tv and one in the nose by the bed.
 
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Re: 2 Remotes One Roku

Sun Jun 19, 2016 5:23 pm

All IR remotes are the same. So you can have multiple remotes to control one Roku (though why I can't imagine, even though you want this) or one to control all.
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Re: 2 Remotes One Roku

Mon Jun 20, 2016 6:14 am

blackcows wrote:
Is it possible to have 2 different remotes work with one Roku tv? I have a Roku tv in my living quarters on my horse trailer and would like to have one remote by the tv and one in the nose by the bed.

When you say Roku TV, I'm assuming you mean an actual Roku TV, and not a TV with a Roku Stick or set top box attached?

I know that dfgsrzwer's answer is correct for a standard set top box. The Roku Stick requires a different remote. I don't have Roku TV experience.

The app for iOS or Android should serve as a second remote, if you're so inclined to go that way. Might be good for the bed location, if you would be having your cell phone there overnight.
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