Please see below for specs, and my review.
Emerald w/ Roku Series
65" Class Full HD 1080P LED TV w/Roku
Introducing the all new JVC 65-inch, EM65FTR, Emerald Series Full HD 1080P LED TV w/Roku Ready® Streaming Stick. The Roku Ready® Streaming Stick makes it so easy to enjoy the best selection of entertainment. Far more movies, TV episodes, music, news, sports, kids' shows and free programming than any other streaming player. Plug the Roku Ready® Streaming Stick into the MHL™ port of your Roku Ready JVC HDTV and choose from 1000+ entertainment channels. No additional remote required, easily operate from across the room with your JVC remote, integrated with Roku--it's that simple! Experience all your movie, video, and music experience in crystal clear, sharp, vibrant picture quality thanks to the built-in CrystalColor engine and hear the difference with JVC's innovative XinemaSound 3D acoustic and surround sound processor.
Roku Streaming Stick MHL built in CrystalColor enhancement Slim edge design XinemaSound 3D Direct LED Full HD 1080P, CM120Hz Energy Star
- See more at: http://jvc-tv.com/category/emeraldro....PK9PuOBv.dpuf
I've had the unit for 3 days it replaced the 4k TV that I returned to costco (65l9300U toshiba)
Toshiba did look better for regular cable 1080 HD streams with less pixelization this is probably due to the fancy filters/processing built into the TV. The JVC by no means looks bad, but simply more blocky on ****** compressed feeds like Comcast cable gives. Netflix on 1080 Super HD looks great and it was hard to tell the difference between the toshiba and JVC at 8 feet away.
For a 1500$ difference in price, I can say the JVC was worth the "downgrade" I didn't use the Roku stick that was included so I can't comment on it, but I'm sure it works like Chromecast. I have a Roku 3 that I was using and it's got a faster snappier processor, which makes the User experience very nice.
The OSD to control settings was easy and very fast to setup, the ARC and CEC controls work perfectly as the TV would turn on and off my audio receiver. Them MHL functionality seems to work pretty well as well, and there is a very sweet display off mode which allows you to keep the TV on to play music while the actual screen is off.
I can't comment on the speakers as I was using my in ceiling 5.1 system with receiver
-Fast power on to picture display
-Fast HDMI switching
-Fast OSD and responsive OSD
-Lots of OSD options
-ARC/CEC/MHL support works great
-PQ is acceptable especially for the price
-4 HDMI ports and lots of connectivity options
-Free Roku, virtually makes it a smart TV
-Bezel could be nicer and higher quality
-JVC name not as valued as others
-Noticeably more pixelated than the other Toshiba on lower/compressed streams
I don't feel any of the cons detract anything from the product and they are just opinions.
All is all a good bargain of a tv.