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This is hugely misleading advertising. It's not a "booster". It's a 3-foot HDMI Male to Female cable that brings your Firestick out from behind your TV. These cables (even 6, 10 and 15 feet) can be purchased for less than $10.00. Again, it's an overpriced 3-foot CABLE. It conducts a signal. It doesn't BOOST anything. … see more This is hugely misleading advertising. It's not a "booster". It's a 3-foot HDMI Male to Female cable that brings your Firestick out from behind your TV. These cables (even 6, 10 and 15 feet) can be purchased for less than $10.00. Again, it's an overpriced 3-foot CABLE. It conducts a signal. It doesn't BOOST anything. This is a shameful, "Used Car Salesman" tactic. see less This is hugely misleading advertising. It's not a "booster". It's a 3-foot HDMI Male to Female cable that brings your Firestick out from behind your TV. These cables (even 6, 10 and 15 feet) can be purchased for less than $10.00. Again, it's an overpriced 3-foot CABLE. It conducts a signal. It doesn't BOOST anything. This is a shameful, "Used Car Salesman" tactic.
Amazon Customer
· March 12, 2019
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This is the first time we've used anything other than Dish Network. Having said that, we have had very few problems with buffering while using the Amazon Fire Stick. It was super easy to install, and has cut our TV viewing bill by 1/4! The only time we have trouble with buffering is when our internet/ WiFi connectio… see more This is the first time we've used anything other than Dish Network. Having said that, we have had very few problems with buffering while using the Amazon Fire Stick. It was super easy to install, and has cut our TV viewing bill by 1/4! The only time we have trouble with buffering is when our internet/ WiFi connection is on the fritz, which has been only twice since we'be been using the Fire Stick for 2 months now. We live in a very rural area of Alaska, so it's not unexpected to have some issues with connections from time to time. All and all, I've been very pleased with the Fire Stick. Good Luck, and I hope this has helped. see less This is the first time we've used anything other than Dish Network. Having said that, we have had very few problems with buffering while using the Amazon Fire Stick. It was super easy to install, and has cut our TV viewing bill by 1/4! The only time we have trouble with buffering is when our internet/ WiFi connection is on the fritz, which has been only twice since we'be been using the Fire Stick for 2 months now. We live in a very rural area of Alaska, so it's not unexpected to have some issues with connections from time to time. All and all, I've been very pleased with the Fire Stick. Good Luck, and I hope this has helped.
Crzylegs
· September 18, 2017
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As far as I can tell, as long as your tv has an HDMI input it is compatible.
Jason DeFee
· November 6, 2018
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Before you buy anything make sure you aren’t too far away from your WiFi signal. I had this problem when I first got my firestick, I had to move my router. Try to make it as straight a line as possible, get it everything you can out of the way of the signal. You can use an extender to move your firestick to the front o… see more Before you buy anything make sure you aren’t too far away from your WiFi signal. I had this problem when I first got my firestick, I had to move my router. Try to make it as straight a line as possible, get it everything you can out of the way of the signal. You can use an extender to move your firestick to the front of the tv, it really doesn’t matter what kind, just make sure it is long enough. see less Before you buy anything make sure you aren’t too far away from your WiFi signal. I had this problem when I first got my firestick, I had to move my router. Try to make it as straight a line as possible, get it everything you can out of the way of the signal. You can use an extender to move your firestick to the front of the tv, it really doesn’t matter what kind, just make sure it is long enough.
Amazon Customer
· May 10, 2020
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Hi, a clip isn't included. However 3M adhesive strips work great with this.
Sales 4 Years
Seller · November 24, 2018
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It does help to get the firestick into a better position for consistent reception but it won't help if you have bad wifi, weak signal, signal blockage elsewhere or are at/past your signal range. All I needed was to get the stick out from behind the tv and it solved my problem.
Kindle Customer
· May 10, 2020
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12 inches long
melrae
· May 13, 2018
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YOU CAN FIND ADAPTER AT WALMART AND USE IT.
Domingo Duarte
· May 25, 2019
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This cable connects the fire stick to the TV.
Art
· December 30, 2017
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It’s supposed to be like a Lightning charging cable but I found that the USB port in close proximity to the HDMI outlet on the back of the TV needed more power to run The fire stick , I had to go back and use the original transformer and cable for the fire stick for it to work properly
Albert j Sardina sr.
· February 24, 2018