posted this on November 20, 2012 11:52
This article is relevant to these Roku models:
Roku LT (2450X) and HD (2500X)
Start by determining how you will connect your Roku player to your TV and to your network. Below are some suggestions based on your model.
Using a HDMI cable is recommended. A single HDMI cable can carry both video and audio signals, and can support up to 1080p HD video playback on Roku players that are 1080p compatible. HDMI cables are sold separately here.
Composite supports standard definition only. It requires the use of an analog (RCA) audio connection. A combination composite and analog audio cable is included with every Roku player.
Wireless – This is the most popular way to connect a Roku player. Make sure you have the appropriate wireless network name (SSID) and your wireless security password, if you use one.
Now that you have made note of the above, select your player model below to get started.
The Quick Setup Guides can be found by clicking any model below:
ADDITIONAL RESOURCES To download other Quick Start Guides by model, click here. To learn more about video quality and video cables, click here. To learn more about compatible routers, click here. To compare all Roku player models, click here.