I have an Insignia RokuTV in the kitchen and then a few seperate Roku streaming players connected to standard TV setups. I much prefer the seperate streaming players. Allows you to easily upgrade the Roku device if it fails or simple want more features from a newer device.
I also do not like that recent RokuOS updates starting with 10.5 have caused various issues with the different manufacturers of RokuTVs that is affecting the OTA/antenna functions. (little annoyances and bugs that need/needed to be fixed with future OS builds).
Personally, I prefer the seperate streaming device connected to a standard or smart TV. (let the TV do the TV thing, and let Roku do the streaming thing). An additional benefit of this is that if you ever experience an issue with Roku, and you purchased a smartTV, you may still be able to watch your content if that same app is available to install on your smart TV. And of course, with this setup, the Roku will have no affect on your ability to watch OTA/antenna television.
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Insignia RokuTV, Ultra 4660, Premiere+ 3921, Express 4k+ 3941, Streambar 9102