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SermonAudio Channel for the Roku Player on your TV!
Attention all users!
We're happy to announce new and easy way to listen to sermons, watch videos, and tune into live webcasts on SermonAudio.com -- instantly! All without a PC and directly on your TV! It's our SermonAudio Channel on the ROKU Digital Video Player!
Free of charge and available now! It's completely free of charge and immediately available to any Roku owner. Simply find us in the Channel Store or use the invitation code "sermonaudio" to add it directly from the web. Broadcasters, your sermons are automatically accessible in this new way! Enjoy!
What is ROKU?
Roku is a tiny, little box that allows you to instantly stream tons of third-party content on your TV. Its remote-control interface is very easy to use and can be setup in 5 minutes. Roku connects to your high-speed Internet connection with an ethernet cable or even wirelessly! There are no extra monthly bills to use this device.
Disclaimer: We are always very excited when we find other avenues to make the sermons on the site available to more people. However, SermonAudio does not necessarily endorse all content on the Roku player as it is a third-party product. We ask that our listeners exercise discretion when using these and other such services.
SermonAudio ROKU Edition allows you to browse and search through our library of over 943,000+ FREE MP3 sermons from thousands of different speakers and listen to any of them immediately in a TV-friendly format with an easy-to-use remote-based interface and large on-screen buttons.
Summary of features include:
New! Now available in international markets outside of the USA!
Local Finder quickly shows local churches by ZIP code!
MyChurch gives you convenient, 1-click access to your home church!
Browse sermons by Bible reference. Book, chapter, verse..
Browse or search by the speaker name.
Browse through our recommended staff picks.
Browse through member-recommended sermon picks.
By topic: Addiction, Biographies, Family, Money, Q&A..
By event category: Audio Books, Weddings, Funerals..
Browse sermons by foreign language.
Listen to Spurgeon's Morning & Evening devotional.
Tune into LIVE video webcasts from supported broadcasters!
Play-To Roku integration with our Android and iPhone App!
New! Local Church Finder! Easily find the churches nearest to you on SermonAudio by entering in your ZIP code in the new "Local Finder" menu. Great exposure for your church! All broadcasters must adhere to our Articles of Faith.
MyChurch 1-Click Access! Is your home church broadcasting on SermonAudio? Go to the "MyChurch" tab and type in your church's Member ID or any part of your church or minister's name to gain easy access to your own church's sermons!
Live Video Webcast Support! Watch live video webcasts from supported SermonAudio broadcasters directly on your TV! Our flash-based webcasting infrastructure makes the same stream available on mobile phones and now on your TV via the ROKU! Ideal for shut-ins who are unable to make it out to a service.
Play-To Roku Integration with our Android and iPhone App! How about this for integration? From your Android or iPhone (with the latest version of our app), click on the "Play-To Roku" button any sermon or live webcast and it will wirelessly send the command to your ROKU device to start playing the selected feature on your TV!
Hop over to Roku's website to purchase one today. They start at only $49.99 for the base model which works perfectly with SermonAudio!
Apple TV Integration
For those who use an Apple TV, weâ€™ve got you covered as well. Simply begin playing any audio, video, or webcast using our SermonAudio iPhone app. Then, select the Apple TV via AirPlay.
I love having SermonAudio on the Roku player. I would like to make a suggestion. Is there anyway you could add the ability to RESUME an audio or video sermon from where you left off, instead of having it always start from the beginning? That would be a HUGE help. Thank you and God bless.
Just so some of you know, this is not a review of the product. This article is to inform you of the service that SermonAudio is providing via Roku. Some of the earlier commenters seem to think that this a review.
We love our Roku player and LOVE the fact we can get Sermon Audio!! I just have one question. We are wondering why many of the videos available on our PC via the web site are not available on the ROKU? Is this something that will be updated over time? Just wondering?
David1960 wrote: I have a question concerning the video from SermonAudio on my Roku XD.There is an issue with the sermon videos skipping every so often during playing.Is this issue due to something with the source or is it a problem with my player? I've tried watching different sermons from different broadcasters but the video still skips ahead intermittently. BTW I love the fact you guys are available on Roku and this is the only problem I've had.
We have not experienced this issue. My first guess would be that it is a problem with your Internet connection speed and/or consistency. I'm sorry you are experiencing this issue.
I have a question concerning the video from SermonAudio on my Roku XD.There is an issue with the sermon videos skipping every so often during playing.Is this issue due to something with the source or is it a problem with my player?
I've tried watching different sermons from different broadcasters but the video still skips ahead intermittently.
BTW I love the fact you guys are available on Roku and this is the only problem I've had.
JayJH wrote: I bought a Roku several months ago and love it. There is much more than Sermon Audio available. In fact, there are many other Christian media sites available which really makes this a versatile unit. You might want to visit their main online site to see what is available. I highly recommend this little gadget.
CNET agrees with you, Roku LT whose review might be just a wee bit more impartial than SA's?
I bought a Roku several months ago and love it. There is much more than Sermon Audio available. In fact, there are many other Christian media sites available which really makes this a versatile unit. You might want to visit their main online site to see what is available. I highly recommend this little gadget.
I installed a Roku XD yesterday to avoid having to take my notebook to the larger external monitor whenever I wanted to stream sermon video for more than one person to see. My initial experience is quite positive. I had only one problem in getting started, but it was significant, so I will mention it and the solution.
Initially, I could not get video from SermonAudio, only audio. Each time that I tried to start a video (either stored video or live webcast), the Roku switched to a "Retrieving" screen but then after about 30 seconds apparently timed out and jumped back to the prior screen. Ultimately, we determined that this was a firewall issue, not a Roku issue. When starting SermonAudio webcasts in Firefox, I have been having to use the "Alternate Stream" because of the firewall in my DSL modem. The Roku provides no way to choose this alternative (not that I found, at least). I solved the problem by opening port 1935 to TCP traffic, thus enabling the RTMP protocol that SermonAudio uses. Not only did this enable SermonAudio video through the Roku, I no longer need to choose Alternate Stream on my PC. Hope this helps others.
For a secular review you can look at the CNET one that was updated this year, in fact I saw one quite recently, and I have to say it's an interesting gadget, but have a computer or two, I don't think I need this, I think CNET recommended the higher priced boxes since you can some extra features you might wish to use, but anyway, Roku HD Player ..., they liked it in their latest review. People who don't want a big computer sitting in their front room, etc., for a video media distribution this is looks like a good alternative.