Due to location the TV has to be connected by wireless.I have always noticed that speed tests on my new Samsung Q65T are never above 30 Mbps using Ookla. Same with all the smart TVs I have ever had. Everything seems to stream ok. I have just upgraded to 350 Mbps. I have also just fitted an Asus rt-ax58u wi-fi 6 ax3000 router. My galaxy S9+ achieved a wireless speed test result of 384 Mbps which was very impressive. Why do smart TVs throttle the broadband speed so much?
They don’t need much bandwidth and they’re usually fitted with cheap wireless cards
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