ROXI

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ROXI
ROXI logo.png
DeveloperROXI
TypeDigital media player
Release dateAugust 2017
Soundup to 320kbps streaming
Connectivity
PowerMains power (HDMI Set Top Box) Micro-USB (Controller)
Websitewww.roximusicsystem.com

The ROXI Music System, or simply ROXI (/ˈrɒx/ ROCK-si), is a digital media player. ROXI provides full catalogue music streaming, radio, karaoke, music games, sound machine and photo visuals via a TV user interface. A ROXI streaming device gets data (the audio visual music stream) via a wired or Wi-Fi connection from an Internet router.[1][2]

ROXI set top box connects to a TV via HDMI and works over Wi-Fi or ethernet, the a Wii-style gesture-based wireless controller with a built-in microphone for voice search and singing along automatically syncs so it is ready to use. Users can connect ROXI to a soundbar, soundbase or another home theatre system via 3.5mm auxiliary.[3][4] The data is output to the TV is via a HDMI connector.[5] T3 describes ROXI as "a system deigned to get friends and family together round the (TV) screen and remove them from isolated behaviour, such as wearing headphones, and instead enjoying the tunage together."[6]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Landridge, Max. "What is the ROXI Entertainment device, how much is it and what can it do?", Pocket-Lint.com, London, 29 November 2017. Retrieved on 1 August 2018.
  2. ^ Summers, Nick. "Electric Jukebox has a new music streaming karaoke machine", Engadget, London, 17 August 2017. Retrieved on 1 August 2018.
  3. ^ Landridge, Max. "What is the ROXI Entertainment device, how much is it and what can it do?", Pocket-Lint.com, London, 29 November 2017. Retrieved on 1 August 2018.
  4. ^ Sawyers, Paul. "What is the ROXI Entertainment device, how much is it and what can it do?", Venture Beat, London, 8 August 2017. Retrieved on 1 August 2018.
  5. ^ Titlow, John Paul. "Sheryl Crow wants you to stop ignoring your family and start singing karaoke", Fast Company, New York, 16 August 2017. Retrieved on 1 August 2018.
  6. ^ Jenkinson, Pete. "Best Karaoke Gadgets for Singing Superstars", T3, London, 08 September 2017. Retrieved on 11 September 2018.