Magnifi mini Lag/Delay in sound on Bluetooth with Fire Stick

I purchased polk magnifi mini 2 weeks back. My TV is lacking HDMI ARC/optical connectors(needs an upgrade sure). I use Fire stick Gen 2 for all viewing connecting AUX from TV to magnifi.
I have two questions

1. Can Bluetooth provide me better sound quality than AUX?

After connecting fire stick to magnifi mini via bluetooth, I see delay in picture and sound.

2. Can I fix it with some setting ?



  • mlistens03mlistens03 Posts: 1,207
    I would just keep it wired, because it might sound better, and I can’t think of a way to fix the delay problem other than turning it off and on again. I think the Bluetooth is really just for streaming from your phone, where a little lag doesn’t matter.
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