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How can you set up an Antenna TV input on Roku TV?

If you wish to have the over-the-air broadcasting, then you will require to setup an antenna TV input on your Roku TV at your home. Here are the facile steps to do it.

How is it going with your streaming device? The company has already marked its chain of smart TV and streaming players in the category of streaming devices and smart TVs in the global market. Even the Roku streaming device has also become the key entertaining source for all the users around the world.

In the growing competition, the company has also been active regarding providing the better services by upgrading its chain of products with different features and functions. And in this chain of products, Roku smart TV is also one of the fine Roku’s products which have changed the way audience look at their smart TV. In the case, if you are one of the fine users who is holding up a Roku smart TV in their home, then be aware that it is important to setup your antenna TV input on the Roku TV to kick start your streaming with the smart TV easily.

An ATSC tuner equipped with the Roku TV provides access to the digital “over-the-air” broadcast TV. You can easily stream these channels via an HDTV antenna linked to the Antenna TV input on your smart Roku TV. Now, get the fine steps to setup the antenna TV input on the Roku TV.

Attaching to an HDTV Antenna

Depending on the location, there are chances you can get the free “over-the-air” TV broadcasts close to the TV stations with the use of HDTV antenna. So, if you are willing to access the ‘over-the-air” broadcast television, make sure that the HDTV antenna is attached to the Antenna TV input on the Roku smart TV.

1) First of all, you will require attaching the coaxial cable from the HDTV antenna to the “Ant/Cable In” connector on the Roku TV’s backside.

2) Now head on to switch on the Roku TV and head to Home and choose Antenna TV. In the case, if you are missing the Antenna TV, then you can also go to Settings, then TV inputs, Antenna TV followed up by Set up input.   

3) Just follow up the instructions on the TV to finish the whole setup.

Note- The receiving of TV stations and signal quality depends on the placement of the HDTV antenna. The initial scanning of the channel could take a bit of your time.

Attaching to a cable TV source

If you have subscribed to the cable TV, then there are possible chances that you may receive some of the analog and digital TV stations, like the local TV stations, without any usage of a set-top box to decode them. In such case, you will need to attach the cable TV service directly to the “Anti/Cable In” connector on the Roku TV’s backside. You can head to consult with the cable TV company to find out if they receive the “in-the-clear” signals on the cable that will be working on the Standard TV RF input.

1) The first thing you are required to do is to attach the coaxial cable from the cable source to the “Ant/Cable In” connector on the Roku’s back side.

2) Head on to the Roku TV, then Home and then choose Antenna TV. If you found the Antenna TV missing, then you can also go to the Settings, TV inputs, then Antenna TV and Set up input.

3) Now, you just need to follow up the instructions on the TV to finish the whole setup.

Note: Several cable TV systems who clamber the TV signals and require a TV box to get all the signals on the TV. Just get in touch with your cable TV provider for any information.