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    Quote Originally Posted by Eich View Post
    I wonder if the playback device made any difference. I was using Amazon's Firestick/FireTV.

    Firestick can slow down the stream.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chucktownsteeler View Post
    Firestick can slow down the stream.
    Hmmm...I'm using the Chromecast. Maybe next week I hardwire my laptop to the HDMI port.

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    Use APPLETV…..I stopped and started 30 min after start because of other obligations..
    no issue for me…GB speed with ATT….

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chucktownsteeler View Post
    Firestick can slow down the stream.
    any 3rd party device will slow down the feed.

    I connected directly through my TV and my feed was excellent.
    I lost a bet about Najee gaining 1300 yards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    any 3rd party device will slow down the feed.

    I connected directly through my TV and my feed was excellent.
    Correct, I went right thru my TV. The video portion was the best I've seen. No slowdown or buffering.

    The issue I had was the audio was a few seconds ahead of the video, thus ruining the suspense and the play for me. Mid-1st quarter I turned the audio completely off.
    Help me find my post proving I am a Yinzer!

    My early 2024 draft:

    1.) OC - Jackson Powers-Johnson, C - Oregon
    2.) DL - D'Vondre Sweat, NT, Texas
    3.) ILB - Payton Wilson, ILB - NC State
    4a.) OT - Matt Goncalves, ROT - Pitt
    4b.) S -Tykee Smith - S - Georgia
    6.) CB - Marcellus Dial - CB - South Carolina
    7.) DT - Jamree Kromah DT James Madison

    UDFA: P, WR, QB, TE

    We don't apologize for winning!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WindyCitySteel View Post
    Hmmm...I'm using the Chromecast. Maybe next week I hardwire my laptop to the HDMI port.
    nfl.com plus had the game live.

    I didn’t see any issues with the telecast.
    I was watching from my computer. The phone seemed to work nicely as well.
    And I’m n a pretty densely populated area in jersey

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    Quote Originally Posted by feltdizz View Post
    any 3rd party device will slow down the feed.

    I connected directly through my TV and my feed was excellent.
    Even your TV can "slow down the feed" if it's not optimized to run the app in the TV's operating system. I have the Amazon 4k FireStick. It seems to be pretty well optimized to stream all the popular apps. And I would think it has as good a chance of running Amazon's app as efficiently as any TV. The direct connection between the stick and the 4k HDMI port isn't slowing anything down.
    Last edited by Eich; 09-24-2022 at 09:43 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chucktownsteeler View Post
    Correct, I went right thru my TV. The video portion was the best I've seen. No slowdown or buffering.

    The issue I had was the audio was a few seconds ahead of the video, thus ruining the suspense and the play for me. Mid-1st quarter I turned the audio completely off.
    With Amazon's 4k FireStick, I had great quality the whole way through the game and no issues with audio quality or sync. I think I'll try next week in my basement, which uses a Roku and is farther from my FIOS internet router and see if there's any difference.

    Of course, if you're connecting your SmarTV to a wired ethernet port of your router, then you'll have the best internet connection as opposed to a wireless connection (assuming it's not a super long ethernet cable). But my FireStick is literally 2 ft. from my FIOS wireless router, so the connection is always very stable and fast.
    Last edited by Eich; 09-24-2022 at 09:50 AM.

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    Not sure if this is related but last week's game against NE on Sunday ticket was terrible. Stream dropped for most of the game. When I called Directtv they blame it on the "NFL feed" and not their service. Apparently there are multiple streams going out of the NFL system and any one of them can be independently affected. Don't know, beyond my pay grade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorthCoast View Post
    Not sure if this is related but last week's game against NE on Sunday ticket was terrible. Stream dropped for most of the game. When I called Directtv they blame it on the "NFL feed" and not their service. Apparently there are multiple streams going out of the NFL system and any one of them can be independently affected. Don't know, beyond my pay grade.
    they've been bad for 2 weeks. And not just Pittsburgh games.

    cant see how that’s a nfl feed problem

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