I tried pairing the official Android YouTube app (by Google) with a television so I could watch a few videos on something larger.
I was surprised by the poor quality of the audio and video.
The audio sounded somewhat muffled compared to what is normal. It was distracting enough that it made the experience less than desirable.
The video quality was poor as well. When we speak of poor video quality we normally speak of low resolution or glitches. However, the resolution looked adequate and there were no glitches. Instead, everything seemed washed out, like someone turned the brightness on too high.
Between the poor audio quality and the video issues, I don't feel like this technology is ready for prime time.
Is there any way to fix these issues or make adjustments?