Are you having issues with your Amazon Fire TV Stick’s sound quality? All apps and media on your Fire Stick appear to play with no sound, no matter what you do. This tutorial will show you how to cure this common problem.
What’s up with my Fire Stick’s silence?
Unexpectedly using the mute feature, wearing Bluetooth headphones, or plugging the Fire Stick into the wrong HDMI port can all lead to a loss of sound quality while using an Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Troubleshooting a Dead Sound on a Fire Stick
Fixing the Amazon Fire TV Stick no sound problem may be accomplished in a matter of minutes thanks to a plethora of available options. Because the simplest repairs are mentioned at the top and more complex ones are left for last, it’s better to start with those and then work your way down.
- Switch on your audio system. Even though it seems like a no-brainer, it’s easy to overlook this step if you’re utilising a different sound system from your TV or Fire Stick. Dolby Digital Plus option on the Fire Stick might also cause sound to stop playing when watching a TV show or movie.
- Your TV and Fire Stick should no longer be in the “mute” position. The Mute buttons on your TV and Fire Stick remotes should be checked to determine if you’ve accidently muted one of them. Mute and Volume buttons on the remote control of a linked speaker system can be experimented with to see what happens.
- Use the circular ring button on the Fire Stick controller to press Up. It has been reported that pushing the ring button on the top of the Fire TV Stick fixes audio glitches.
- The HDMI inputs should be switched. Switch to another HDMI source, such as an Xbox console or Blu-ray player, and then switch back to the HDMI source with your Fire Stick on your television set.
- Restart your Fire Stick by pressing the Power button on the device. Until your streaming stick has restarted, press Select and Play.
- For 30 seconds, unplug your Fire TV Stick. For 30 seconds, disconnect your Fire Stick from its power source and then reconnect it.
- You’ll need a power outlet to connect your Fire TV Stick. Connect the USB power connection to a wall outlet using the power adapter that came along with your Fire Stick. Streaming device may not be getting enough power.
- Open the Action Menu or Settings on your TV and play about with the Sound, Audio, and Speaker options while the Fire Stick is connected via HDMI. Choose the suitable speakers and make sure that the HDMI port’s audio is not muted or disabled.
- Disconnect your wireless earbuds. As a result, if you previously attached headphones to your Fire TV Stick and they are on, your audio is likely being transmitted to them rather than your TV and its speakers.
- Select Stereo audio from the drop-down menu. In order to avoid problems with incompatibility with your TV or speaker system, go to Settings > Display and Sounds > Audio > Surround Sound > Stereo instead of the more complex Dolby settings.
- Use a different TV to see whether your Fire Stick works. Using this method, you can determine if the issue is with your TV and speakers or the Fire Stick.
- If you have any reason to believe your Fire Stick is malfunctioning, you may do a factory reset to restore it to its original state. Doing so will erase all of your customizations and bring the Fire Stick back to its original state.
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