Press the Home button on your Roku remote. Select Settings then System followed by Advanced system settings. Select External Control and then Network Access. Make sure Default or Permissive is selected. “Default” should work, but if not, try “Permissive.” Still can’t find your device? Try connecting manually Inside the Roku app, at the bottom of the device discovery screen (or within the three-dots menu), tap Connect Manually and enter the IP address of your Roku device. You can find the IP address by visiting Settings > Network > About on your Roku device. Restart your Roku device and ensure it is connected to the correct wireless network. Restart the Roku mobile app. On iOS devices with a home button, double click the Home button and then swipe the Roku app to close it. Once it’s closed, tap on the Roku app icon to launch. On iOS devices without a home button, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and slide your thumb or finger to the … [Read more...] about The most common Roku problems and how to fix them
And what would a redesigned iMac have on the inside? Apple Silicon processors. At its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) earlier in 2020, Apple announced that making its own chips in this way would allow it to improve its Macs’ performance while making them much more power efficient. The company has already been making its own processors for many years in its iPhones and iPads, and these chips simply blow away the competition. Apple has form here, and there is no reason to doubt its WWDC claim. … [Read more...] about The revolutionary, original iMac turns 22 today. Can Apple recapture its magic?
I mean, just the fact that we can see the past very directly continues to blow my mind. The fact that we can see the final stages of the Big Bang directly with telescopes, with microwave receivers. We’re picking up the light from the final stages of the Big Bang in every direction. The fact that we can just look out into the universe and see the past and therefore learn about our own history, I think that’s super-amazing. That astonishes me all the time. And then, you know, there are just all these weird aspects of cosmology, weird things in physics that come up if you’re in a universe that’s expanding and governed by the relativity. So you mentioned this thing about at a certain point, galaxies stop looking smaller anymore. You know, a galaxy the same size would start looking bigger, which is weird, as you go farther and farther out. … [Read more...] about This is how the universe will end (according to a theoretical astrophysicist)
Conclusion It should be obvious by now the Paradigm Millenia CT wowed us big time. Its unique combination of near-flawless neutrality, eminent listenability, and its relaxed yet refined nature gives it a level of sonic goodness seldom heard from any speaker system, let alone one of the Millenia’s size. Add in its receiver-less operability, and you have the perfect, no-holds-barred sound system for your computer or video streaming device. Sure, we would have liked just one more input, and maybe a beefier amp, but these are minor quibbles for such a good-sounding product. … [Read more...] about Paradigm Millenia CT System Review
Now that you’re staying at home a lot more than you’re used to, you’re probably thinking of ways to keep you and your family entertained. If you’ve already scored a swanky 4K TV, you may want to consider getting a prominent place to display it. The right TV console can cut down on clutter by hiding all the wires, streaming devices, cable boxes, and other goodies that make up your home entertainment setup. In addition to making your space feel like you’ve had a personal consultation with Marie Kondo to declutter your home, the best TV consoles will also protect your television investment — so your sexy new screen is a conversation starter that will stand the test of time. … [Read more...] about The 8 best TV consoles for reducing cable clutter