Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote, streaming media player

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Amazon’s having a Fire TV sale on streaming media sticks, DVRs, and smart TVs - Digital Trends

August 19, 2019 - Digital Trends

Amazon’s having a Fire TV sale on streaming media sticks, DVRs, and smart TVs  Digital TrendsSurprise! The Fire TV Stick 4K is on sale for the price of an entry-level Fire TV Stick  Yahoo NewsAmazon's Fire TV Stick with Alexa voice remote is on sale for 25% off  MashableAmazon Fire Stick: the streaming device is on sale and back down to $29.99  TechRadarWeekly deals: Shop these end-of-summer sales  Chicago TribuneView full coverage on Google News...

Stream in 4K with Amazon Fire TV devices at up to half off today - Android Central

August 15, 2019 - Android Central

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Amazon’s Fire TV Stick 4K is On Sale For $39.99 - Cord Cutters News, LLC

August 21, 2019 - Cord Cutters News, LLC

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Killer Deal: Amazon's Fire TV Stick 4K Is 50% Off - Tom's Guide

August 2, 2019 - Tom's Guide

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Amazon’s $100 device that combines a Fire TV Stick 4K with an Echo Dot is on sale for $60 - BGR

July 23, 2019 - BGR

Amazon's Fire TV devices are awesome, but wouldn't it be great if they also doubled as Alexa smart speakers? Well that's exactly what the Fire TV Cube is....

Amazon sale gets you a Roku with 4K and HDR for just $34 - BGR

August 21, 2019 - BGR

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Your TV could be smarter with the Amazon Fire TV Stick on sale for only $15 - Android Central

August 3, 2019 - Android Central

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August 12, 2019 - MarketWatch

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Pick up a Fire TV streamer from $30: 4K-enabled model $40, Recast DVR $180 - 9to5Toys

August 18, 2019 - 9to5Toys

Following today's notable Echo device sale, Amazon is also discounting its in-house Fire TV streamers and TVs. Our favorite back to school deal is the ...

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August 19, 2019 - BGR

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9 thoughts on “Fire TV Stick 4K with Alexa Voice Remote, streaming media player

  1. I received the Fire TV Stick 4K on launch day. I own the previous model and this is a much better experience. First off the remote is a huge improvement. The power button on the remote can turn on my tv, my receiver, fire stick, and switch the inputs automatically so the fire stick is on screen and ready to go with just one click of the power button. It’s really nice. This is how it should have been all along. It gets even better though… lets say my TV is already on, and my receiver is set to a different input such as my FIOS tv box? All you do is click the home button on the remote and the remote switches the receiver to the correct hdmi input on the receiver for the fire stick! One remote to rule them all, and yes it controls volume on the receiver too! This is excellent. It’s highly configurable. The setup is quite nice. You can define which inputs get picked when hitting the power and home button. You can define which device the volume buttons control. Amazon has done a great job with the Fire Stick 4K.It’s faster than previous fire sticks. No more menu lag. Things are smoother and faster overall. I’ve used Roku, Chromecast Ultra and Fire Stick… I like them all for different reasons. I also dislike chromecast because 5.1 audio will not work on my receiver because chromecast refuses to support Dolby Digital or DTS 5.1. Fire stick has no problem handling DD5.1. This makes my plex and netflix experience much more enjoyable. The remote is better than not having a remote (chromecast). Roku’s are very nice as well. All 3 of these options are great in their own way and frankly I had thought fire stick was the least desirable but recently I’ve come to realize I prefer Fire stick so I pre-ordered the 4K fire stick and I could not be happier with it. Amazon needs to keep up the good work. The 4K stick is a solid product and an excellent upgrade from the previous model

  2. Our main streaming service is DirecTV Now, and this stick doesn’t run it right. The app seems to works and then just freezes. When I go to run a speed test, the connection is super low, and then ramps up over time back up to full speed. It’s as though the app crashes the stick. Other things seem to work fine, but not the app we use the most. Will return and continue to use gen 2 and gen 3 devices. Too bad.UPDATE: So, I deleted DirecTV Now and did a fresh install. For the past three days, things actually worked well and considered revising my rating. Then I tried to watch a little Sunday football. CBS froze over and over again and caused the app to continually crash. Thought maybe it was the local CBS stream because other channels worked fine. Then I tried the Roku I have in my kids room, DirecTV Now worked fine. Figured I’d give it another go for the second game, same result. Watched Rams/Seahawks in my kids room with no issue on the Roku device. Again, other apps seem to work fine (I think) on Fire, but this stick isn’t right just yet. I’d wait for problems to work itself out.

  3. Let me tell you, I was super excited for the launch of the new FireTV Stick with its leading edge technology and processing power. Well, it’s got that but there’s a couple bug, game breaking problems I have with this thing.1) The Amazon platform is basically retooled Android, which is a crap interface. It’s cluttered, redundant, and Amazon being Amazon wants you to use all their services over everyone else’s so not only does their menu get in the way but the top third of the home screen is promotions for whatever they want to push.2) Also because it’s Amazon they want you to use THEIR streaming services to rent movies so much so that there is no Vudu or Google Play app available to install. If Prime Video had a decent selection of rentals (it doesn’t) or a halfway usable interface (it doesn’t) I would have less of a problem.3) Our FireTV Stick has issues with flickering and sound dropout. Tech support immediately supplied a series of less than helpful troubleshooting tips. “Did you try a different TV? Did you try a different HDMI port?” Despite my Roku working just fine. I elected to return this since I was already fed up with the closed interface and terrible menus.Slightly less of an issue but still annoying is the inability to completely turn off HDR. Its either “always on” or “adaptive” meaning the content dictates HDR which is a problem especially with Netflix (which is calibrated too dark on some TVs)For now I’m happier with my Roku Stick despite less robust HDR support.Edit: updated my review for the following:- Amazon reached out immediately after my review to get additional feedback and to offer more support. That actually means something these days. I’ll continue to monitor for problems- I upgraded to a new TV and this makes the HDR issue better since it actually looks good on this TV. Problem still stands of not being able to disable HDR entirely if needed- The smart controls feature is nice. I can use Alexa to change TV inputs now.- Less flickering on new tv but still have sound dropoutsHowever my issue with not having a way to watch VUDU/UV movies is a huge issue. On top is that, MoviesAnywhere doesn’t tell you which movies were transferred over in 4K. So while the titles may sync, in cases of certain films (eg Deadpool 2) you only get the HD version and not the UHD/HDR one you paid for. Until this is fixed I’ll leave my review at 3 stars.

  4. WARNING! I didn’t realize that when you buy any Amazon device like this one (or a tablet, etc) it comes preloaded with your info. That’s great.But if you gift it to someone else it has all your info, and they can buy & install apps, make in app purchases and so on. You then have to rely on them to figure out how to switch it to their Amazon account…if they even have one.EASY FIX. I guess I just needed to mark the “This is a gift” or the “This order contains a gift” box available on the Cart page.

  5. Although there are already 9,000 plus reviews and no one will ever read this, I think it’s worth noting how easy it is to setup the remote to power on not only the television but accessories as well. Remember those code books from days gone by where you had to enter a number of codes to get a remote to work with a receiver, or a sound bar? This thing does the work for you. It EASILY sets up to work both my TV and my SOUND BAR. The fact that my TV is one brand and my sound bar is another is no problem. I love not having to fish for 3 different remote controls whenever I want to watch Amazon Prime or Netflix.

  6. High speed internet, wi-fi, etc., did not get to my neck of the woods until very recently so my experience with these devices was limited. The first was chrome cast which was good except I had to bring the laptop into the living room (I don’t care to watch on a small screen) to be able to cast to the TV. I know, a not a real big problem, but still awkward. Also, it was a bit tricky for me to set up. I finally took the plunge and purchased the fire stick. I have read some reviews that are quite technical and way above my pay grade. I will keep this simple. The fire stick has been very, very, good for me. Set up was a snap. I don’t have a smart TV, just a fairly new, cheap, HD. The picture is great and so is the sound. If there are technical glitches I haven’t noticed them. I still need practice negotiating the screens, but that will come with time. I am getting used to talking to a machine, but still say “please” when addressing Alexa. I have already spent a couple of snow days catching up on two seasons of “The Blacklist” and have almost gotten through “Bosch “. I still haven’t had time for the movies. There is so much available it boggles the mind. I guess all of this identifies me as an old person. Well, I certainly am and for me the fire stick is the best thing to come along since the VCR. I would highly recommend it for my fellow oldies who may be a bit leery about trying something out of their comfort zone.

  7. I upgraded from the Amazon firestick, and there is a noticeable processing and loading speed increase with this bigger device, very user friendly. It helps you through each step of the process and even has Alexa built in, with a simple voice command you can check the weather, play a video or listen to music. The device is very sturdy and has a great design that fits almost any location it is used

  8. Refurbished unit, lower price than new & works perfectly. You couldn’t tell the difference between this unit & a brand new one if they were sitting side by side. Even the packaging was new.

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