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Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (includes TV controls), HD streaming device


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Last updated on June 21, 2024 12:10 am Details
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  • Latest generation of our best-selling Fire TV device – 50% more powerful than the 2nd generation for fast streaming in Full HD. Includes Alexa Voice Remote with power and volume buttons.
  • Endless entertainment – Stream more than 1 million movies and TV episodes from Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, Peacock, and more, plus listen to millions of songs. Subscription fees may apply.
  • Live TV – Watch your favorite live TV, news, and sports with subscriptions to SLING TV, YouTube TV, and others. Use the Guide button to see what’s available and when.
  • Free TV – Access over 200,000 free movies and TV episodes from popular ad-supported streaming apps like IMDb TV, Tubi, Pluto TV and more.
  • Listen to music – Stream on Amazon Music, Spotify, Pandora, and others. Subscription fees may apply.
  • Less clutter, more control – Alexa Voice Remote lets you use your voice to search and launch shows across apps. All-new preset buttons get you to favorite apps quickly. Plus, control power and volume on your TV and soundbar with a single remote.
  • Home theater audio with Dolby Atmos – Feel scenes come to life with immersive Dolby Atmos audio on select titles with compatible home audio systems.
  • Easy to set up, stays hidden – Plug in behind your TV, turn on the TV, and connect to the internet to get set up.
  • Certified for Humans – Struggle-free, tinker-free, and stress-free. No patience needed—it’s actually simple.

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3 reviews for Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (includes TV controls), HD streaming device

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  1. Butters

    Tried repeatedly to get to work, spent several hours on phone trying to chat with over burdened “customer support” to no avail. Would work for a short time and then screen would go blank and when it was working, no sound. Customer Support was one of the most frustrating chat support services I have ever encountered.

    Update…immediately after posting this review was contacted by James with Amazon customer service in Seattle. Made arrangements to speak with me when I got home and asked me to do a couple basic configurations with the fire stick which none worked. Sent a new stick which arrived in a few days. Was able to set it up and configure within minutes and works great. James also followed up after receiving notification that I had received it to make sure it worked properly.

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  2. C

    This 3rd Generation FireTV Stick now comes with the 3rd Generation Alexa Voice Remote, allowing for more control over your applications and TV experience. This new Alexa Voice Remote 3rd Generation was recently released, and I have reviewed it already as I have been using it with my FireTV Cube.

    Currently it appears as though this FireTV Stick 3rd Gen is the only device that ships with this new remote, as the FireTV Stick Lite, FireTV Stick 4K, and FireTV Cube all are currently shipping with older remotes.


    SPEED- This is the biggest upgrade if in my opinion if you are coming from a 2nd generation device. The specs mention that this 3rd generation is “50% more powerful,” and you can definitely tell the difference in navigating menus and loading applications. This is probably the biggest reason to upgrade from Gen 2.
    DOLBY ATMOS – This might not be a big deal for many people, but support for the Dolby Atmos specification is nice for audiophiles with home speaker systems that can make use of it.
    REMOTE – As I mentioned in my review of this new remote, the main additions are the “Channel Guide” button, that brings up the menu to watch live TV if you have that set up; and the four App Buttons- for quickly launching Prime Video, Netflix, Disney Plus, and Hulu. The remote also allows control of your TV through power and volume buttons that are not available in the FireTV Stick Lite.


    NO 4K- This version does not support 4K video streaming, and I wouldn’t imagine that it will be supported in the future either, because there is a FireTV Stick 4K product that exists if you want that feature. That FireTV Stick 4K is still shipping with the older 2nd generation Alexa Voice Remote currently though, (the one with a TV power button but no app buttons or channel guide button), so that’s kind of disappointing.

    All in all, this to me is worth the upgrade from and older FireTV Stick, mainly because of the speed difference but also the newer remote is nice to have. If 4K matters to you, you might want to wait and grab the FireTV Stick 4K version when they eventually start shipping it with the new Gen 3 remote. The Lite version doesn’t really seem like it would be worth it in most situations, because for only $10 less you lose Atmos support and all of the TV controls (power, volume, channel guide, app buttons, etc)

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  3. Amazon Customer

    After the update I hate the interface for the following reasons;
    1) It mixes content from a 100 different subscriptions services. So I see content that is on Hulu or HBO even if I am not subscribed to them. It’s actually hard to find things that are just available on Prime for free now.
    2) The IMDB video is annoying. I don’t want to watch ads but Amazon wants me to watch ads. So IMDB video is filling up my feed when I’m not interested in it.
    3) Amazon moved quite a few things out of Prime Video which was free and stuck it into IMDB so I have to watch ads. This made the Amazon Prime subscription less valuable.
    4) Amazon recently start rejecting non-fiction content from independent content creators. Hell I can’t count how many bigfoot, UFO, fitness videos and independent documentaries I watched on Prime. Now they took a good deal of this and moved it out of free for Prime and they aren’t letting people submit any new non-fiction content now.
    5) I got Roku yesterday and the picture quality is actually better.
    6) The Prime Video app on Roku is actually more navigable and easier to find Free for Prime content that the FireTV ecosystem.

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