Advertisements Neither of us are into ESPN/sports although we do enjoy the occasional rugby/soccer games and Olympic programs on Fubo. One thing really nice are the fishing shows. We didn't have the Outdoor channel included in our Frontier TV package so it's nice to have it back (we last had it with Direct TV). As far as sound, it has been "theater like" for us and we have also been able to switch to dialogue emphasis. For TiVo we use an optic cable that connects to our Zvox soundbar. Some Amazon and Netfix shows are muddy while others are clear. So I don't think it is related to their apps as much as the individual shows. For Fubo we use Apple TV connecting to a WHome BT soundbar. Same results. Show audio varies greatly with HD and current programming crystal clear while older (pre 2012) movies and shows are muddier. Since government implemented the "Corona stay at home" directives, the sound is all over the place with news shows that are connecting their guests over Skype or Zoom. Some voices come through quite clear while others are muddy and at a lower volume. I think it's due to the quality of the speaker that the "guests" or hosts are using from inside their homes.