Newbie here: Performance of 2 separate Roku devices on two separate TV's?
If we buy two separate Roku streaming devices, can we watch separate Roku programs on two separate TV's simultaneously? I have a top quality router but wonder if this will drag down performance of both TV's in general.
Unless you have very slow internet service from your internet provider (under 50 Mbps or so) you should have plenty to split between two video streams and still have enough left over for other uses (emails, browsing, etc).
Netflix-recommended internet download speeds PER STREAM:
Standard definition (SD): 1 Mbps Note: A faster connection for improved video quality is recommended
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