Amazon Fire TV Cube is on sale for $79.99 — Lowest Price Ever


Get this Fire TV Cube Deal

Amazon has nearly all of their devices on sale for Alexa’s Birthday today. One of the best deals is the Fire TV Cube for $79.99. At $40 off of the regular price of $119.99, this matches the Prime Day price and is the lowest price that the Fire TV Cube has ever been. If you missed out during Prime Day or you just couldn’t buy it then because you aren’t a Prime Member, here is your chance to get Amazon’s flagship Fire TV for the lowest price it has ever been. The 2nd-gen Fire TV Cube is the most powerful Fire TV that Amazon has ever made, thanks to its 6-core 2.2 GHz processor. It packs in 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage (2x more than the Sticks), 802.11ac WiFi, and includes an Ethernet adapter. This latest Fire TV Cube supports 4K UHD at 60fps, Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR10, and Dolby Atmos audio. In addition to being a great streaming device, it doubles as an Echo device thanks to its built-in Alexa smart speaker. While it comes with Amazon’s best Alexa voice remote that can control your TV, soundbar, and AV receiver, there are also IR blasters built into the Cube itself to control your home theater equipment hands-free with voice commands.

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6 comments
  1. Greg says:

    I ordered mine two weeks ago on Prime Day and OMG. The difference in speed between this one and the 1st Generation is night and day.

    Lost the ability to ADD my Vizio TV (was able to with 1st Gen) but I’m still working on how to get it added.

    Good purchase for anyone still on 1st Gen.

    Greg

  2. TechyChris says:

    I agree these are fantastic devices! (especially coming from 1st Gen FTV).
    My only setup issue is trying to use Alexa Voice Control to switch from the Fire TV Home screen TO my OTA Antenna input on my Insignia TV’s, tried every conceivable setting, customer support etc. simply will not work. It does work perfectly on my old Samsung TV so I assume it’s an Insignia TV issue?
    Still very happy with my purchase though.

    • Greg says:

      I’m convinced the 2nd Gen Cube is not recognizing my old TV. My 1st Gen Cube recognized the Old Sanyo TV in the basement without issues.

      Ran through setup on 2nd Gen Cube again, without luck. I guess I need to put the 1st Gen back to confirm this theory.

      Greg

    • hdmkv says:

      Also sucks it doesn’t recognize projectors :(.

      • Greg says:

        I can now confirm that the NEW 2nd Gen Cube does not recognize either of my older TV’s (which are not even 5yrs old) where the 1st Gen Cube does.

  3. brantome says:

    Hi, some users are reporting that as of last week, when playing Amazon Music HD tracks, the device capability is now showing 24/192, whereas it was previously capped at 16/48. See this screen shot https://ibb.co/Rhfmt8n

    Is this documented anywhere and do you think a similar firmware/app upgrade will come to the 4k stick?

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