I set up my new Roku Streaming Stick+ (https://www.roku.com/en-gb/products/str ... stick-plus
) a few days ago, on setup it auto-detected my display and ticked all the checkboxes - 4k 60Hz supported etc. I tested it and the screen went black momentarily followed by showing a mess of green graphics corruption. I went back through all the other modes manually, 720p, 1080p, and 4k 30Hz utilised fine, then 4k 60Hz also worked fine this time strangely? So I kept it at that. I used it for a while, tried out Sky News and exited then the Roku started showing a snowy screen. I turned the TV off and back on but I couldn't resolve it, still snowy. I went into the TV options and disabled enhanced HDMI on my HDMI 3 port and Roku came back on, albeit in 4K 30Hz mode. I also had auto display refresh rate and 4:2:2 enabled at the time.
On another following day I was on the default of 4:2:0, while using 60Hz, exited Amazon Prime and was shown a different kind of green corruption: https://imgur.com/a/Mt3mJ
Fed up, I switched it to 4K 30Hz.
This morning I wanted to check if The Grand tour Season 2 was subtitled (which it isn't, another issue entirely), but playing the stream bought on the snowy effect again. This is 4k 30Hz, 4:2:0 sampling.
So is my new Sony XE8596 TV unsupported with Roku? It is a 4K 60Hz capable HDR TV. Or do I need to return the Roku device back to Amazon?
Roku model: 3810EU
Build: 8.0.1, 4018-50
Serial: available on request.