People are just realising their Amazon Fire Stick has a hidden trick that instantly upgrades the sound for free


IF you’re a fan of late-night telly binges, then this Amazon Fire Stick hack will instantly upgrade your TV experience.

The problem with getting sucked into a cracking TV show or film in the evening is that it risks waking up the other people you may live with.


It takes five minutes to set upCredit: Amazon

It may be low stakes for your long-term partner, but for a baby – it can be a real hassle.

Nobody wants to start any arguments because the TVs too loud at night, just as much as they don’t wish to sit through a show they can barely hear because the volume is too low.

Fortunately, Amazon has got you covered.

If you have a pair of Bluetooth headphones – or even a wireless speaker or sound bar – you can sync these with your TV through your Fire Stick.

The feature won’t be for everyone, but it can come in handy from time-to-time.

It’s certainly a good idea for viewers who are averse to subtitles.

And sometimes a movie calls for a more cinema-like experience with surround sound, but at home.

To set it up, just follow these simple steps:

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Firstly, open Settings.

You can do this by clicking the gear icon on the home screen, or by requesting Alexa to take you there.

Then navigate to Controllers & Bluetooth Devices

Next, click Other Bluetooth Devices

From there you can follow the instructions of your headphones or speaker to sync the devices together.

You can do this with most compatible Bluetooth devices, such as gaming controllers, or your Amazon Echo.

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