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The Ultimate Streaming Gift Guide 

Dec 14, 2022

Holiday shopping can be stressful, especially when buying for that hard-to-buy-for person on your list. How can you possibly choose something they’ll like when they’re so particular or already have just about everything they want?

Well, what if we told you that there are gifts you can give your friends and family that let THEM do the choosing all year long? Giving the gift of streaming technology devices and streaming service subscriptions let you do just that. 

And with reliable, high-speed fiber internet from Summit Broadband, the best streaming entertainment is always just a click away, offering those on your list almost endless options to enjoy movies and television shows right at their fingertips! 

But what streaming devices and accessories and services and should you consider giving this year? It turns out there are many options at multiple price points. 

From the latest streaming tech, to streaming service subscriptions, to a family-movie-night-at-home-on-you, below are some ideas that are sure to please just about anyone on your list.

Streaming Sticks

Small enough for the stocking, but packing a huge haul of entertainment possibilities, Streaming Sticks turn just about any television into a Smart TV. Popular models include the Roku Streaming Stick 4K, Chromecast (with Google TV), and the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K Max. Before you buy, make sure the television has an HDMI port, like most televisions made over the last decade do!  

Speakers and Soundbars for Televisions

So, they’ve already got the 60” Ultra TV, streaming capability, and fast fiber internet from Summit Broadband.  But do they have an awesome sound system to complete their set-up? Depending on your budget and price points, you’ve got options to be their holiday hero. 

A Soundbar is a single audio device, and is more budget-conscious. Connected by HDMI cords or by Bluetooth, Soundbars can fill a room with just one device. The Vizio V21 is a popular budget option, while the Klipsch Cinema is pricier. A speaker system comprising multiple speakers is more expensive, but audiophiles will not be disappointed. 

Consider the Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2, a dual-set of speakers of very good sound quality for a competitive (though fairly high) price, or the Klipsch Reference Theater Pack, a collection of six speakers, including a sub-woofer, if you’re in the mood to splurge on

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