Is it the position or the fact it's plugged in at all? If it's the position, you could experiment with an HDMI extension cable.
The Roku's proximity to the set causing the interference you mean?Is it the position or the fact it's plugged in at all? If it's the position, you could experiment with an HDMI extension cable.
Right now just using a USB pigtail to tap into the set's USB port.Power supplies themselves sometimes create noise, might want to try a different one just to see.
My OTA approach is a network tuner (Silicondust), which is there for me more as a backup than anything as I rarely use it, but it works great through both Roku and Firestick.As a few shifting back to antennas I could think that this could be a common problem, right now I reach back & unplug the USB Id rather use a switch, ports wear out.
I watched the promo video on this, so is this a OTA tuner or what? I;m assuming it is but interfaces the TV via a router or WiFi, not the tuner. & this uses an app on a Roku?My OTA approach is a network tuner (Silicondust), which is there for me more as a backup than anything as I rarely use it, but it works great through both Roku and Firestick.
The stick plugs right into the main board on most sets, my other unit sits away from the set at least, though I don't notice it there as I don't watch OTA on that set. Perhaps I should be switching the units around.Reach out to Roku about the issue, it shouldn't be blasting that much RF that it interferes with the HDMI signal...strikes that something is foo with the Roku 3810 Stick.
I find my Youtube TV provides better video quality than the NYC OTA signal.All OTA TV is compressed. The more subchannels, the more compression. ATSC 3.0 uses better compression than ATSC 1.0. Watching via a streaming provider can be better if they are getting a fiber feed from the stations master control before the start mixing for the transmitter.
I actually have a 12dB amp on the antenna, with my antenna located in the attic above the set. The amp a one piece powered in the room but about 4 feet away from Ruko, rather than the normal 2 piece design, so it may not be optimal.It may be overly sensitive TV tuner circuitry, either not well grounded or shielded. Possibly a signal amp on the antenna might help.
Or maybe just a defective Roku throwing out a lot of noise.
Are you speaking of Signal strength vs Picture Quality? I do note that at times I will have no issues with a Sub channel in 480p, yet on the same RF channel, the main 720/1080p is heavily pixelated or non watchable due to signal compression.I find my Youtube TV provides better video quality than the NYC OTA signal.