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  • #16
    Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

    ok then one more question. its plugged into the HDMI got it, powered by a plug in the wall also I assume?? u did not mention how its powered.

    Anyway then its connected to home WIFI (ie the internet) but how do I run it, change channels from my couch, can you channel surf, watch something and go back and forth, do I need a tablet on my lap to control it all the time? a special remote to "change channels" to change things do I need to go back to the box or devise and push a key pad?

    thanks..

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    • #17
      Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

      i'm interested Bushay

      How to contact you? Your PM's are full...

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      • #18
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        Originally posted by ManchesterUk View Post
        No mate,but I know what it is.A puppet Mourinho


        What Bushay is giving you here is very good for the $$,especially if you aint very clued up with IPTV etc

        I think you can install KODI on an Xbox Busher ? I spent a few hours one day running it on my pc ,works good.
        That was at least a year ago so its probably even better now.

        There is a substantial delay between pictures and real time if you are watching "live" sport but given you can only bet inplay during TO`s/HT etc it doesnt matter

        good deal here boys,saves you doing a lot of messing around
        Yes. What I program on it is the KODI app. Which I know is also available on some gaming systems. What your paying me for is the programming only. $50-60. The rest is for me buying your box...I programi it correctly in an easy to watch way.......and send it to you when I'm done in a day or 2 at most after Amazon ships it to me with my 2 day shipping. Your more than welcome to purchase your own stick or box and send it to me but why would you do that unless you already have purchased one. I get no discount from Amazon so your getting a brand new box, programmed and shipped to you within a week from the time I receive a Paypal notification from you. I really don't think anyone is going to do all this any cheaper. I bought a standalone box with KODI already programmed on it my first introduction to Kodi. I spent over $200 for the box and a keyboard and it now sits on my tv stand without use since I discovered you can program the Amazon units. The little remote is nice too compared to my first box. Easy Peasy once get you over a small learning curve everyone goes through.

        No one will beat that price and help walk you thru any issue you might have at first setting it up. And you always have access to me should you just need some simple questions answered. I should have asked for more from you guys but I'm just starting out trying to make a couple bucks by programming these. In fact this price isn't set in stone later down the road. Word of mouth will travel fast good or bad. I'm confident I didn't get in over my head unless a get a shitload of order off the bat.

        These boxes are are the reason cable companies are jacking up their prices for Internet only services. Guys cut they cable, jack their internet speed up a little with their monthly cable savings and go that route. So the cable companies are now offering streaming services of their own because they don't want to lose your income no matter what route we go. But they also will NEVER offer you what I will program for you. NEVER!.

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        • #19
          Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

          Give me a minute to clear my PMS and send again. I'll answer you in a minute Try.

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          • #20
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            PMS cleared.

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            • #21
              Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

              Originally posted by trytrytry View Post
              ok then one more question. its plugged into the HDMI got it, powered by a plug in the wall also I assume?? u did not mention how its powered.

              Anyway then its connected to home WIFI (ie the internet) but how do I run it, change channels from my couch, can you channel surf, watch something and go back and forth, do I need a tablet on my lap to control it all the time? a special remote to "change channels" to change things do I need to go back to the box or devise and push a key pad?

              thanks..
              Lol. You were just like me when I started out Try. These questions will seem silly in a week if you get one.

              Yes. You plug it into a power source and a small remote comes with it to channel surf. All I do is surf all day with it. You can also watch the movies that are not even in the Theatres sometimes. I watched Furious 7 a day after it came out and it was clear enough to watch. But the new ones are just like the bootlegs ones you buy off the streets. But with this....in a week or 2 someone puts up a hi def copy and your watching 1080 p in a week or 2. I usually pass on those till they become better. Too much other hi def stuff to watch.

              Once your hard wire connected you go into your settings no different than if you were connecting with a tablet or iPhone. Same exact process.

              From what your saying your telling me your Chromecast setup it aeems as that's a cumbersome unit. And why they don't sell many these days. They discount the shit out of them lately. Completely different. You get a remote and you change channels no different than you would your tv. It's just a bit different process as your going in and out of apps Instead of changing an actual cable channel. It's easy Try. Trust me here. Your worrying about something here you don't need to.

              Paypal
              bushay44@yahoo.com

              $150 box
              $100 stick.

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              • #22
                Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                I dont have a TV I have a wireless HD projector which has HDMI inputs on the remote box. So i would need audio. Your amazon box looks like it has an audio output? what is the best solution for audio?

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                • #23
                  Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                  Originally posted by focker View Post
                  I dont have a TV I have a wireless HD projector which has HDMI inputs on the remote box. So i would need audio. Your amazon box looks like it has an audio output? what is the best solution for audio?
                  That's a question you need to ask someone else Focker. Have no idea about this route. If you find a positive answer, shouldn't be an issue. I'd try and ask this question on the Amazon site in the review section. If you can hook up a.n Amazon stick and make it work....then this will work as well.

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                  • #24
                    Re: Amazon FireTv and Firesticks

                    Ok... Here's some views of my tv screen I'm watching out here in my garage. First view in a partial list of tonight's games that are available to watch

                    then the 6-7 network channels and what's showing as I snapped this

                    then in the movie app Genesis a partial list of popular movies to watch. Just click and play.

                    finally the Genesis main option page showing the genres and sub forums to click on and browse.

                    I showed we'd my buddy today when he stopped to pick up his box this afternoon. I searched Paul Newman and every single movie he's ever been in popped up. It really is amazing this thing.


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                    • #25
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                      Pm sent

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                      • #26
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                        Originally posted by focker View Post
                        I dont have a TV I have a wireless HD projector which has HDMI inputs on the remote box. So i would need audio. Your amazon box looks like it has an audio output? what is the best solution for audio?
                        does your setup have Optical audio Focker?

                        Asked my friend your question and this was his reply.


                        I wouldn't know for sure unless I had the brand and model # of his projector. I'm assuming if it is a current or modern projector, he shouldn't have any problems. Optical output is an audio output that you would plug into a surround sound or sound bar. Some tvs have optical inputs and outputs.

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                        • #27
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                          Here is a pretty decent quick rundown of how the sports aspects work on a Kodi box.

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                          • #28
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                            This guy makes this app sound tougher than it really is but you get a good view of the sports in just this one single app.

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                            • #29
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                              For less then the price of the NFL package for one season you get Every sport package for ten years...if not longer... Pretty much a no brainier... Bushay should be charging triple and it would still be the bargain if a lifetime

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                              • #30
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                                Originally posted by Stevo View Post
                                Pm sent
                                Thanks Stevo

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