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TCL Wireless Soundbar is Just for Roku TVs

Roku TV owners now have a very simple and convenient $179 option to improve the sound quality of their TV.

TCL Roku TV Wireless Sound Bar with 50-inch TV

TCL today launched the very first wireless soundbar exclusively designed for Roku TVs. The $179 TCL Roku TV Wireless 2.0 Soundbar aims to be incredibly convenient and simple. Setup is completely wireless. There are no HDMI inputs and no extra cables to worry about. It only needs to be plugged into a power outlet and paired with a compatible Roku TV.

Roku TV Remote Control
Use the Roku TV Remote Control that already comes with your TV. The sound bar does not include a remote.

The regular Roku TV remote controls the sound bar for added convenience. The remote lets you adjust the volume, access convenient sound settings that can automatically lower loud commercials, boost the bass for a full cinematic experience, or optimize the audio for night listening so no one at home is disturbed.

The TCL Roku TV Wireless Soundbar is the latest addition to TCL’s Alto Soundbar line, delivering a simple, innovative sound upgrade for its award-winning Roku TV models. Empowering viewers to enjoy more from their home entertainment systems, the newest member of the Alto portfolio uses advanced audio technology to give TCL Roku TV owners an easy, clutter-free solution with high quality sound.

TCL Roku TV Wireless Sound Bar Lifestyle

“The TCL Roku TV Wireless Soundbar builds on the very successful partnership we’ve developed with Roku over the years and delivers the seamless user experience and incredible value we are known for. This new addition to our lineup will provide entertainment immersion that’s easy to use and unique functionality for an upgraded entertainment experience with world-class sound quality,” said Chris Larson, Senior Vice President, TCL.

Made exclusively for Roku TV models, the 2.0 Channel soundbar includes a wall mounting kit and can output a maximum 120W with multiple EQ settings available in the TV sound settings menu. Entertainment can be enjoyed even more with specialized sound modes and when not watching television, sound bar owners can stream all their favorite music and podcasts from apps like Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn, and more, wirelessly from a smartphone, tablet, or laptop with Bluetooth® wireless technology. And of course, the TCL Roku TV Wireless Soundbar gets even better over time with regular, automatic updates, so it’s always working at its best.

TCL Roku TV Wireless Sound Bar

Price & Availability

The TCL Roku TV Wireless Soundbar is available now for $179.99 at Amazon.

Specifications

  • Compatibility:
  • Networking: 802.11ac dual-band wireless
  • Ports: Power input, reset button
  • Audio Channels: 2.0 channel soundbar
  • Maximum audio power: 120W
  • Sound Modes: Normal, Reduce bass, Bass boost, Bass off
  • Tone: Bass, Treble
  • Speech Clarity: Off, Low, High
  • Volume Modes: Off, Leveling, Night mode
  • Size:
    • Height: 2.5 in (6.4 cm)
    • Width: 31.5 in (80 cm)
    • Depth: 3.9 in (9.9 cm)
  • Weight: 5.0 pounds (2.26 kg)
TCL Roku TV Wireless Sound Bar Rear
There’s only a power input. No HDMI connections are available.

What’s in the box

  • Soundbar (model TSR1)
  • Warranty info
  • Quick start guide
  • Power cable (detachable)
  • Wall mount kit
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