When it comes to enjoying your favorite shows and movies on your Roku TV, why not enhance your viewing experience by connecting your Apple AirPods?
This seamless integration allows you to enjoy private listening without disturbing those around you.
In this guide, we’ll walk you through the steps to connect AirPods to your Roku TV.
Before you dive into the pairing process, ensure you have the following:
- Roku TV: Make sure your Roku TV is powered on and operational.
- Apple AirPods: Ensure your AirPods are charged and ready to pair.
- Remote Control: Have your Roku TV remote control handy.
Now, let’s get started!
Step-by-Step Guide to Connect AirPods to Roku TV
Follow these simple steps to pair your AirPods with your Roku TV
- Power On Your Roku TV
Ensure your Roku TV is turned on and displaying the home screen.
- Access Roku Settings
Using your Roku remote, navigate to the Roku home screen. Scroll down to find and select the “Settings” option.
- Select Remotes & Devices
Inside the Settings menu, choose “Remotes & Devices.”
- Choose Bluetooth Devices
From the Remotes & Devices menu, select “Bluetooth Devices.” This is where you’ll pair your AirPods.
- Put AirPods in Pairing Mode
Open the lid of your AirPods case. Press and hold the button on the back of the case until the LED light on the front starts blinking white.
- Scan for Devices
On your Roku TV, select “Pair a new device.” The TV will scan for available Bluetooth devices.
- Select Your AirPods
When your AirPods appear in the list of available devices on the TV screen, select them to begin the pairing process.
- Confirm Pairing
Roku TV will prompt you to confirm the pairing request. Select “Pair” to connect your AirPods.
- Enjoy Private Listening
Once paired, the audio from your Roku TV will be routed to your AirPods, allowing you to enjoy your content privately.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): How to Connect AirPods to Roku TV
Yes, you can use other Bluetooth headphones or earbuds with your Roku TV. The pairing process is similar to the one outlined in this guide.
AirPods support seamless switching between Apple devices, but they can only be actively connected to one device at a time. Disconnect them from one device before connecting to another.
Make sure your AirPods are in pairing mode (blinking white) and are close to your Roku TV during the scanning process. If they still don’t appear, try resetting your AirPods and starting the pairing process again.
No, once your AirPods are paired with your Roku TV, they should connect automatically whenever they’re in range and your TV is set to use external audio devices.
With this guide, you can now effortlessly connect your Apple AirPods to your Roku TV, taking your entertainment experience to the next level. Enjoy your favorite shows and movies without disturbing anyone around you, all thanks to the magic of wireless technology.
Gary Scott is an American tech enthusiast. He loves to read and write about technology. He started GeekEzy with the purpose of sharing tech guides and knowledge with the world.