Advertisements Last night I fired up Amazon Prime video on one of my TiVo Minis for the first time. About a minute into the video stream, I received a low bandwidth warning from the Prime Video app followed by stuttering that made the stream unwatchable. This issue seems to be exclusive to Prime Video because Netflix, Hulu, Plex, and DVR streams from the TiVo Bolt all work flawlessly. Additional Information: I have two TiVo Minis connected to a 4 tuner TiVo Bolt. I have a gigabit internet connection from Verizon (940 down/860 up), so bandwidth should not be an issue. Each TiVo is connected to my home network using Actiontec's ECB6200 bonded MoCa 2.0 adapter. There are four adapters total (one at the router, one at each TiVo location). Using iperf3, I have verified that network speeds are ~900 Mbps at each TiVo location. Prime Video works flawlessly on the primary TiVo Bolt. The issue seems isolated to the Minis. Is this kind of stuttering streaming common for Prime Video? Does anyone have any insight into how to fix this issue? Edit: Attaching a home network diagram that better articulates my setup.