Advertisements Hi. I have been using a Fire Stick (second generation) for several years running Kodi to strictly play H.264/H.265 (AC3) files off my computer via Samba (nothing else other than occasional Netflix). I have an Onkyo TX-NR414 receiver with 5.1 surround sound. My old fire stick has been dying and I need to get a replacement device. I was thinking of upgrading to a Fire Stick 4k, but apparently the Fire Stick 4k's latest update (Fire OS 184.108.40.206) created a passthrough audio problem in Kodi where Kodi can no longer pass through Dolby (that is a complete deal-breaker for my setup). This may or may not be fixed via future Amazon updates, but I want to migrate away from Amazon anyway because I love Chromecast and my entire house uses Google assistant, which is why my research led me to the TS4K and CCwGTV. I'm leaning TS4K, but I have a few quesitons. Would the TS4K work well for my simple setup? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think TS4K may have its own passthrough problem with Kodi (can't tell if this applies to my situation)? What I'm trying to do is simply run Kodi on the TS4K and pass through Dolby/DTS to my Onkyo receiver while playing H.264/H.265 (AC3) files off my computer via Samba. A last question I have is with respect to auto frame rate. Kodi has an option called "Adjust Disply Refresh Rate" which worked nicely on the Fire Stick to instruct the TV to switch to 24Hz, etc, based on the video file. This would be nice with TS4K, but not a deal-breaker.