A Roku smart streaming device can play online video content from a wide range of safe and secure streaming sources – which is a great thing, unless you are facing Roku no sound issues.
So, if you are you facing a problem of ‘No sound’ ‘No Audio’ with your Roku player, then there is nothing to worry about. No volume on Roku is quite normal problems these days. But it can easily be fixed when you connect a damaged-free HDMI cable with your Roku device physically and properly.
Number of ways to fix Roku no audio issue
Nowadays, there are several easy to execute DIY options available to fix Roku no audio problems. You can easily fix Roku no sound issues like a pro by following the below mentioned steps.
Check the High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) Connection
A faulty or defective HDMI connection can be one of the main reasons behind Roku no audio issue.
If you wanna get rid of this issue permanently, then you have to check that your HDMI cable is properly plugged into your smart HD TV and the Roku player both.
In case your High-Definition Multimedia Interface cable is too short for your purposes, then we would recommend you to go with an HDMI cable extender.
Moreover, if you are using a mixed or composite cable to connect to your smart HD TV, then ensure that the audio connector is correctly attached to the ports on your TV and the Roku streaming player both.
Open the Audio Settings
- Scroll down the main menu from the home and navigate to the Settings option.
- After that, in the ‘settings’ menu, you have to scroll down again to select ‘audio settings’ option.
- By doing this, the ‘audio settings’ screen will appear.
Choose the Roku Audio Mode
From your Roku remote, in the ‘audio settings’ option, scroll down to the ‘audio mode’. Now, you will see that there are two options available:
Using the trackpad on your Roku remote, you have to choose the Stereo option. Once chosen, select it.
This step is very important because it will stop any kind of Roku error in automatic audio selection by your smart Roku streaming device.
For more information and a definite answer to your queries, you can visit Roku.com.
Select High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI)
Using the Roku remote trackpad – from the main ‘audio’ menu – select the ‘HDMI settings’ option.
You can also change the HDMI option from:
- Auto to PCM -Stereo
- Dolby D/D+
You are supposed to check each of the options available in turn, and also see if your Roku streaming device delivers audio or not.
As a matter of fact, with the right combination of ‘audio mode’ and ‘HDMI’ preference, your Roku smart streaming player will definitely be able to output sound (audio) again.
Your smart Roku device will produce sound after following the aforementioned steps.