How to Use Firestick With Multiple TVs

Sometimes I wish I could enjoy watching the same movie as the rest of my family in a different room of the house. You can do this using the Amazon Firestick and connecting it to mirror to multiple TVs. All you need is the right hardware.

In this guide, I will show you two solutions for connecting a Firestick with multiple TVs so each screen will mirror-one another and play the same audio.


Option 1 – Wired HDMI Connection

If you like to use the Firestick with two screens, you can purchase an HDMI splitter. An HDMI splitter will split the audio and video signals and send them to two different TVs.

U9 Splitter

Simply connect the Firestick to the splitter using an HDMI cable, then connect two other HDMI cables between the other side of the splitter and two TVs.

This method is the most reliable way to mirror two TVs from the Firestick. There is of course the issue of long HDMI cables running through your home.

Firestick connected to multiple TVs

HDMI cables are commonly available with a length of up to 200 feet.

Splitters are available with more than just two ports for splitting the connection if needed. You can purchase splitters for 2, 4, 6, 8, and even 16 screens.


Option 2 – Wireless Connection

A wireless solution is available for using a Firestick with multiple TVs. All you need is an HDMI extender. An HDMI extender will duplicate the signal from one TV and Firestick to another TV screen.

This is a viable solution if both TVs are within a distance of 100 feet, and there are no thick walls between the transmitter and receiver.

For best results, I recommend a wireless HDMI extender model that operates on the 5Ghz band. This will avoid the pitfalls of interference from other electronics like baby monitors, cameras, and wireless networks.

 

Firestick wireless mirror multiple TVs


I hope this guide has shown you a Fire TV with multiple TVs solution that works for you.


FAQ

How do I use one Firestick to watch two different things on two different TVs?

That is not possible. The Firestick can only display one thing at a time.

7 thoughts on “How to Use Firestick With Multiple TVs”

  1. Good evening, very helpful site. Thank you for your time. I have one question for you, we’re trying to set up a small style boutique rental chalet in the alps, we’re going to try to run 6 TVs and allow everyone to watch different content in each room. If we use the firestick option am I correct to think I need a different firestick in each room??
    Many thanks for the help

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    • Yes. You will need 6 different firesticks. One for each room. You may want to consider a Roku instead as the Roku has “Guest mode” for your type of situation.

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  2. I have a bar in the basement and two tvs are closer together and the larger TV is across the room. Can you run a fire stick into a 1 to 3 HDMI splitter with two outputs going to the smaller TVs and the third going into an extender / transmitter for the larger TV?

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  3. i have a small bar with 3 tv’s so i want to share the firestick across all three and use bluetooth sound output. two tvs are close together so i could do wireless easily but the third is in a different room so cable would work better due to walls etc. so my question is can share using wifi and a spitter

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    • I would try a 3-way splitter. But yes, you could use a 2-way splitter with 2 TVs then mirror one HDMI connection to the other TV using a wireless HDMI extender.

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