Projectors have a built-in speaker, but they usually aren’t loud enough to hear from across the room. You need to connect your TV Firestick to your Projector using an audio cable for maximum projection. This post will show you how to connect your Fire TV Stick to your Projector using an audio wire, which is included with the device. As a bonus, we’ll demonstrate how to connect your Fire TV to your home theatre system using a home theatre cable.
Fire TV devices connect to your home theatre system via HDMI. If you want to hear the audio from your Fire TV device through your home theatre system, you’ll need to connect your Fire TV device to your home theatre system using an HDMI connection. Most home theatre systems have an HDMI port to connect your HDMI cable. If your home theatre system doesn’t have an HDMI port, you can purchase an HDMI cable extension to connect your Fire TV device to your home theatre system.
Sound is an integral part of a great home theatre experience. You need great sound to feel like you’re in the middle of the action instead of watching it on a screen. Fire TV devices like the Fire TV Stick and Fire TV have built-in speakers, but they’re usually not loud enough to hear from across a room. You need to connect your Fire TV Stick to your Projector using an audio cable for maximum sound.
Methods to get sound from my firestick to my Projector?
The methods I describe in this guide let you play Amazon Video, Netflix, YouTube, and other streaming services from your Fire TV or Fire TV Stick. In most cases, these methods also let you project videos from your Fire TV (and other supported devices) onto a screen using a mirror or screen. I use the word mirror to mean a screen explicitly designed to display video. It can be any size, shape, and quality you want.
The easiest way to get sound from your Fire TV, Fire TV Stick, or Fire TV Cube to your Projector is to connect your Fire TV or Fire TV Stick to your Projector using an HDMI cable. HDMI cables range in price and quality, and it’s best to buy the highest quality HDMI cable you can afford. Low-quality HDMI cables can’t transport the Fire products’ high-quality video and audio. As a result, the video and audio will be degraded when you play it on your Projector.