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Made for Amazon, USB Power Cable (Eliminates the Need for AC Adapter)

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  • AVOID HASSLE - Eliminates the need to find an AC outlet near your TV by powering Amazon Fire TV Stick directly from your TV's USB port.
  • ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY - Includes special power management circuitry that enhances the peak power capability of the USB port by storing excess energy and then releasing it as needed.
  • DECLUTTER YOUR TV AREA - Ideal length for conveniently connecting Amazon Fire TV Stick to the TV's side USB/HDMI ports.
  • UNIVERSAL - Compatible with all powered USB ports. The integrated energy storage circuit embedded in the cable enables the use of Amazon Fire TV Stick with any powered USB port.
  • COMPATIBILITY: All Fire TV Sticks.
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Declutter your living room by powering Amazon Fire TV Stick directly from your TV’s USB port

Declutter your living room by powering Amazon Fire TV Stick directly from your TV’s USB port
The simplest and most convenient way to power Amazon Fire TV Stick

The simplest and most convenient way to power Amazon Fire TV Stick

Eliminates the need to find an AC outlet near your TV by powering Amazon Fire TV Stick directly from your TV's USB port.

Easy to Install

Simply plug the Mission USB Power Cable directly into your TV’s USB port.

Easy to Install
Compatible with all Fire TV Sticks.

Compatibility

Compatible with all Fire TV Sticks.


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Reviewed in the United States on September 5, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on July 4, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on November 21, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2018
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5.0 out of 5 stars Clean Set-Up with no Electric Wires Showing
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2018
Have had my TV setup for several years using Dish service and now changing to streaming systems. Used the Amazon Fire system and added the Mission USB Power Cable to eliminate having to do any alterations to my buried/hidden cord system previously setup. Makes a clean install with no wires showing.
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Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2020
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3.0 out of 5 stars You need a powered USB port on your TV
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2020
This product powers your FireStick using your TVs USB port.

Check to make sure your tv provides power to the USB port even when the tv is turned off; if not, your FireStick may need to reboot when you turn on the tv and try to use the FireStick,,,it’s like you unplugged the FireStick then plugged it in again.

The unit has a capacitor that is charged up from the USB port so that the FireStick can draw from that reservoir of power.

The unit is a little large and it was not easy to hid the wires.

It does allow me to run my FireStick without the need to install another outlet behind the tv,,,so as long as you have a constant power supply to your USB port, this product should work well for you.

My TV is an old Sony model KDL,,,

I hope this review was helpful.
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Reviewed in the United States on March 6, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2018
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Reviewed in the United States on July 31, 2018
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Steph
1.0 out of 5 stars Does not work for the 4K Firestick!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 15, 2019
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goonersteve
5.0 out of 5 stars not required with tv's with usb 2.0 or 3.0
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 14, 2019
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Skipper
5.0 out of 5 stars Ein echter Problemlöser - nicht nur für Fire TV!
Reviewed in Germany on July 26, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars Ein echter Problemlöser - nicht nur für Fire TV!
Reviewed in Germany on July 26, 2019
Dieses "Kabel" ist ein echter Problemlöser!

Andere Rezensionen schreiben davon, dass es auch ohne ginge. Klar, in den meisten Fällen reicht wirklich ein normales Kabel. Und wer kein Problem hat, braucht auch kein Gadget, das ein Problem löst. Wenn man aber ein Problem hat, ist diese einfache und vergleichsweise günstige Lösung schlicht großartig.

Was ist überhaupt das Problem?
Zahlen und physikalische Einheiten mal außen vor: Manche USB-Ports liefern nur eine bestimmte Menge an Strom (typischerweise Ports an älteren Geräten). Manche USB-Geräte brauchen mehr Strom als diese Menge. Sie haben den höheren Bedarf aber nicht dauerhaft. Der normale Betrieb geht gut; ab und zu gibt es aber eine Bedarfsspitze. Wenn der USB-Port in diesem kurzen Moment nicht ausreichend liefern kann, stürzt das USB-Gerät ab. - Nervig und ohne Hintergrundwissen manchmal unerklärlich.

Das ist die Lösung:
Dieses "Kabel" hat einen kleinen eingebauten Akku, der geladen wird, solange das USB-Gerät weniger braucht, als der Port liefert. Bei einer Bedarfsspitze des USB-Gerätes kommt die zusätzliche Power einfach aus dem kleinen Akku. - Es gibt keinen Absturz und alles geht glatt weiter.

Es kann auch andere Lösungen geben:
Wenn man eine Steckdose passend zur Verfügung hat, kann man auch einfach ein entsprechend starkes USB-Netzteil nutzen. Vermutlich wäre das sogar für ein paar Euro weniger zu bekommen. Normalerweise ist es aber mit dem Nachteil von mehr Kabelsalat verbunden.

Für die Lösung, die ich gesucht habe, war keine Steckdose frei. Ich habe nämlich einen Echo Input mit einem Bluetooth Lautsprecher verbunden. Der Lautsprecher (ein Beolit) kann auch als Powerbank fungieren; nur leider mit zuwenig Saft, um den Echo ohne Abstürze zu betreiben (s.o.). Jetzt läuft alles flüssig und ich kann meine Alexa-Multiroom-Musik unkompliziert mit auf die Terrasse nehmen. Problem gelöst - Herz, was willst Du mehr :-)
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Ihr habt recht, natürlich gibt es immer auch andere Möglichkeiten: Powerbank, Musik vom Handy, Kabeltrommel ... Aber ich persönlich habe mit diesem "Kabel" die Problemlösung bekommen, die ich mir gewünscht habe und die mir gefällt.

Eine andere Rezension schreibt davon, dass der USB-Strom weg sei, wenn man den USB-Port (dort den Fernseher) ausschaltet. Richtig; dieses "Kabel" möchte sich verhalten wie ein Kabel. Hinten kommt nur Strom raus, solange vorne Strom rein geschickt wird.
Wer Dauerstrom braucht, sollte wohl sinnvollerweise zu einem USB-Netzteil greifen.

Fazit: Für meinen Fall ein echter Problemlöser!
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1.0 out of 5 stars NOT NEEDED ON AMAZON FIRESTICK.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 1, 2019
119 people found this helpful
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1.0 out of 5 stars Beschreibung irreführend
Reviewed in Germany on January 5, 2020
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