Fire TV Stick 4K plus 1 year subscription to Food Network Kitchen at no additional cost (with auto-renewal)
|You Save:||$39.99 (44%)|
- With a Food Network Kitchen subscription, cook along with your favorite chefs, stream episodes of your favorite Food Network shows, and enjoy step-by-step tutorials.
- To get started just say “Alexa, open Food Network Kitchen” into the Alexa Voice Remote or paired Echo device.
- The most powerful 4K streaming media stick.
- Watch favorites from Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV, HBO, and more. Stream for free with Pluto, IMDB TV, and more.
- Launch and control content with the Alexa Voice Remote.
- Enjoy brilliant picture with access to 4K Ultra HD, Dolby Vision, HDR, and HDR10+.
- Choose from 500,000 movies and TV episodes.
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With this bundle, you get all of the same great features that come with Fire TV Stick 4K, plus a 1 year auto-renewing subscription to the Food Network Kitchen app at no additional cost. Your Food Network Kitchen app subscription is available immediately after checkout, not when the Fire TV Stick 4K is delivered. The Food Network Kitchen app subscription will be applied to the Amazon account used to make the bundle purchase. It is not transferable. After 1 year at no additional cost, your Food Network Kitchen app subscription will automatically renew annually for a fee starting at $39.99 per year plus applicable tax until you cancel. You may cancel anytime by contacting Customer Service. Offer Terms and Conditions.
With more power, a lightning-fast processor, and support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Fire TV Stick 4K allows you to enjoy a more complete 4K Ultra HD streaming experience.
Finding 4K Ultra HD content has never been easier on Fire TV—just press and ask, “Alexa, find 4K movies,” or browse recommendations on your home screen. Fire TV Stick devices have more storage for apps and games than any other streaming media stick.
Cook with Food Network Kitchen
Launch the Food Network Kitchen app to get practical meal planning help and enjoy live Q&A with culinary experts and Food Network chefs. Build your skills with step-by-step tutorials for every level, and stream full episodes of Food Network shows with direct access to the recipes. All included in your complimentary 1-year subscription.
Alexa Voice Remote
Now you can control your compatible TV, soundbar, and receiver with power, volume, and mute buttons. Just press and ask to easily find, launch, and control movies and TV shows.
True-to-life picture quality
Enjoy stunning 4K Ultra HD streaming at up to 60fps. Experience the vivid, lifelike colors and exceptional clarity of Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HLG, and HDR10+. Feel scenes come to life with immersive Dolby Atmos audio on select Prime Video titles when connected to compatible home audio systems.
Choose from over 500,000 movies and TV episodes. Enjoy favorites from Netflix, YouTube, Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV, STARZ, SHOWTIME, CBS All Access, and others. Stream live news, sports, and must-see shows, plus thousands of titles in brilliant 4K Ultra HD, HDR, HDR10+, or Dolby Vision.
Stream millions of songs and use your Alexa Voice Remote to request a song, artist, playlist, or control playback through services like Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, Pandora and iHeartRadio. Subscription fees may apply.
Prime membership unlocks a world of entertainment on Prime Video, with exclusive and award-winning Amazon Originals, popular movies and TV, live events, sports, and more—all at no extra cost to your Prime membership and available to watch on hundreds of compatible devices. Prime members can also add 100+ channels like HBO, STARZ, SHOWTIME, CBS All Access, and Cinemax with Prime Video Channels—no cable required, and no additional apps to download.
You only pay for the channels you want, and you can cancel anytime. Many channels start with a free trial, so it's easy to discover new favorites. Plus, stream millions of songs through Prime Music.
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|Price||From: -||From: $49.99||From: $119.99|
|Picture quality||Up to 1080p (HD)||Up to 4K Ultra HD with support for HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, Dolby Vision||Up to 4K Ultra HD with support for HDR, HDR 10, HDR10+, HLG, Dolby Vision|
|Far-field voice control of Fire TV|
|Far-field voice control of devices|
|TV and device control with Alexa Voice Remote (2nd gen)|
|Listen to Fire TV with compatible Bluetooth headphones|
|Storage||8 GB||8 GB||16 GB|
|Supported audio||Dolby Audio||Dolby Atmos||Dolby Atmos|
|802.11ac dual-band MIMO Wi-Fi|
|Ethernet support||With optional Amazon Ethernet Adapter||With optional Amazon Ethernet Adapter|
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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
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 dropouts
However 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.
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.