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    • Maybe your headline should be edited slightly as it looks like this is just for the remote. Perhaps a mod can put Voice Remote like “(with Voice Remote)” or “(with Alexa Remote)”. Regardless thanks OP.

      Edit: I see Best Buy has the same sale.
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    • I have 2 4K Fire Sticks, they are great devices for the money.... only thing you will need to deal with is side-loading and updating apps manually.

      Better than any of the android boxes that I have had for sure!!
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    • I've been using the HD firesticks as a replacement for Bell Fibe STBs. The app works great with the only downsides being the lack of numbers for channel entry (I set favorites for quick access to channel ranges in the guide) and the lack of control over live TV (no ability to pause/rewind/etc... ). Everything else including viewing/initiating the PVR functions and on-demand content works pretty much the same as the set-top-box interface.

      Grabbing one of these (4K this time around) which will allow me to turn in another STB and save myself another $8 / month.

      Last I checked these were $65 pretty much everywhere, and don't forget your "up to 3%" ebates. Thumbs up to the OP.
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    • Thanks OP. Not sure if I should get one or just upgrade my TV to a smart one.
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    • sswilson wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 7:45 am
      I've been using the HD firesticks as a replacement for Bell Fibe STBs. The app works great with the only downsides being the lack of numbers for channel entry (I set favorites for quick access to channel ranges in the guide) and the lack of control over live TV (no ability to pause/rewind/etc... ). Everything else including viewing/initiating the PVR functions and on-demand content works pretty much the same as the set-top-box interface.

      Grabbing one of these which will allow me to turn in another STB and save myself another $8 / month.

      Last I checked these were $65 pretty much everywhere, and don't forget your "up to 3%" ebates. Thumbs up to the OP.
      What resolution does the FibeTV app display in? 1080p? Thanks!
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    • The firestick claims 1080p, but 95% of bell's content is 720p.
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    • How do you guys change the channel with this remote? It's so simplified that it doesn't have any numbers...
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    • Thanks Op! Perfect timing, I have Bell installing today with Alt tv .
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    • I usually see what’s trending to pick the most popular of the programs. If not go to guide and scroll through the menu.

      If you have ever used the bell Fibe tv app it’s the same thing basically.
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    • nightwalker wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 8:12 am
      How do you guys change the channel with this remote? It's so simplified that it doesn't have any numbers...
      stoked84 wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 8:47 am
      I usually see what’s trending to pick the most popular of the programs. If not go to guide and scroll through the menu.

      If you have ever used the bell Fibe tv app it’s the same thing basically.
      Another trick is to set favorites at intervals along the channel spectrum. I only watch HD content so I start off with 400, have one around 420, one at the higher 400s, and then one at 572 to start at the premium content channels (If I was a sports guy I'd also have one at 600). That said.... the guide actually scrolls fairly quickly... it feels a lot quicker than the STB interface.
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    • 325i wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 6:57 am
      I have 2 4K Fire Sticks, they are great devices for the money.... only thing you will need to deal with is side-loading and updating apps manually.

      Better than any of the android boxes that I have had for sure!!
      Cannot agree more, game changer for
      Media in my home.
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    • Thanks OP. I hope Amazon matches the price as I want the non 4k version and don't want to pay for shipping with Staples.
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    • Anyone know if you can use AnyPlace TV on this?
      I have chromecasts but I've been getting frustrated with the lack of compatibility (like no amazon prime video app)
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    • jronald wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 7:49 am
      Thanks OP. Not sure if I should get one or just upgrade my TV to a smart one.

      Go for the firestick, Smart TVs are just regular TVs with Netflix and YouTube and with a very slim chance the apps will be regularly updated if at all, more prone to failure then "dumb" TVs in my opinion.

      When it comes to Smart TVs, think of the example of Modem/router combos, good idea, bad execution, you are always better off getting a standalone modem and a good quality router as the router that's built-in with the modem is usually sh!tty, same applies to TVs.

      Get a quality "dumb" TV with no "Smarts" and the money you saved spend it on a quality streamer, like the Nvidia Shield or FireStick 4K (spend the extra $15, not for the 4k, but for the extra 1/2gb of RAM.)
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    • jronald wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 7:49 am
      Thanks OP. Not sure if I should get one or just upgrade my TV to a smart one.
      FireTV >>>>> Smart TV

      Amazon will continue to support these for years, while SmartTvs are not supported post release and you have to deal with crappy, slow, buggy native apps.

      Plus AFTV will have much much more community support and custom apps
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    • remik wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 10:01 am
      Go for the firestick, Smart TVs are just regular TVs with Netflix and YouTube and with a very slim chance the apps will be regularly updated.

      When it comes to Smart TVs, think of the example of Modem/router combos, good idea, bad execution, you are always better off getting a standalone modem and a good quality router as the router that's built-in with the modem is usually sh!try, same applies to TVs. Get a quality "dumb" TV with no "Smarts" and the money you saved spend it on a quality streamer, like the Nvidia Shield or FireStick 4K.
      Also, what he said lol
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    • jronald wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 7:49 am
      Thanks OP. Not sure if I should get one or just upgrade my TV to a smart one.
      I have a smart TV and use a Fire TV Stick 4K on it. Obviously every TV is different but the built in smart TV features are very sluggish. I connect using WiFi too and my TV doesn't stay connected so there's a good 1-2 minutes after I turn the TV on before I can do anything. The Fire stick is always connected to my WiFi and it's ready to go the second I turn my TV on.

      I bought another one for my non-smart bedroom TV and it's been great. I just wish it had a YouTube app (yes I know I can side-load it) but using YouTube in the built-in browser isn't actually that bad of an experience.
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    • Can i use Fire Stick for IPTV?
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    • Bought the Fire Stick 4K in February from Amazon and been very happy with it. It replaced the Roku Stick (2016), which had worked well until Roku decided to remove IPTV functionality.

      One of my original concerns was that the Fire Stick does not have a native YouTube app. However it works exactly the same as how it was on my Roku, at least for my use cases. I can cast videos from my Android phone, no issues. The power and volume buttons on the remote are definitely a nice plus.
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    • armaan wrote:
      Mar 22nd, 2019 10:11 am
      Can i use Fire Stick for IPTV?
      Yes, I recommend the Tivimate IPTV client (premium), it is so silky smooth, def. worth the $7/yr, plus lots support/updates on Reddit from the developer.

      Note: You just need someone with android tv to do the initial upgrade as premium is processed via the TV app (not available on phones) through Google Play, then once premium is unlocked you can have up to 5 devices on premium, including Amazon fire TV/stick devices.
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