Roku SD Player
Released October, 2009
The Pros:Built in WiFI. Small and compact does not take up much space.
The Cons:No HD video or audio outputs.
The Roku SD Player is one of two digital media streamers (HD SD, HD-XR) released in October 2009 as competitor models to the original Roku HD. The SD is the base model in the group, as it trades in Component, S-Video, and HDMI connections in favor of a single 480i composite video interface port.
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The result is a much less versatile unit, albeit at a more budget-friendly price. Like its peers, it can connect via 802.11b/g WiFi or 10/100 Ethernet, after-which users can stream content from the Internet directly onto a composite-compliant device. Additional features include pause, rewind, and play functions; MLB, Netflix, and Amazon support; and the potential for Facebook/Twitter/MSNBC/etc. streaming with the release of the Roku Channel Store.
- Digital Media Streamer
- Wired/Wireless Connectivity
- Composite Interface
- Internet Streaming
- Roku Channel Store (2010)
- Networking: 10/100 Ethernet, 802.11b/g
- Security: WEP, WPA, WPA2
- Video Modes: 16:9 anamorphic, 4:3 standard
- Remote Control: NEC protocol
- Power Consumption: 5W peak, 4W standby
- Composite Video (480i)
- Stereo (L/R RCA)
User Reviews (1)
Small and compact does not take up much space
No HD video or audio outputs
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