Originally Posted by naustin
That does clarify things a bit. You don't get crashes on restarts or long idles on your XBS1 when in the same situations as the Roku? As an aside, on my Hopper3 Satelite box, I would occassionaly get HDCP errors going directly from SD channels (720p) to 4K channels or the builtin Netflix (4K). My TV was choking on the drastically different handshake. I haven't tried any 720p content on my Roku or FireTV.
I don't use CEC, I power on my TV then I power/activate the input device I want to watch.
The X1S is rock solid, the only time I've had an issue is if it's in sleep mode and the power blinks real quick, the power supply requires the plug to be pulled to reset, but that's the only issue I've had with it.
With the Roku it usually has issues during idle time, sometimes it will wake and crash, then reboot, then I get the HDCP error screen before video comes back on any channel. The other thing it will do is it will go to a solid purple HDCP error, and I'll have to hit the home button to exit the channel. Under normal operation, most channels you can just hit back in to back out one level at time.
There is also one other IMPORTANT factor when the Roku goes into a solid HDCP error screen, where the remote doesn't function normally, the power has to be pulled, or I have to hit home and restart. No cable disconnect/ reconnect, or tv power cycling fixes that. only a full Roku system reset. which sounds to me like software.
Also to clarify the random solid HDCP error that requires a full Roku system restart, or power cycle has been around since I've owned a 4k compatible Roku. The memory error that flashes and the video comes back (usually only after a system restart) and playing video the firs time, has shown up for me ever since the 7.6 line of updates.
Hope this adds the rest of the situation clarity.
So to sum up, I can access content just fine, but the ROKU is unstable when it comes to system stability.