Command Bar with Alexa and FireTV

Is There any benefit to connecting my 4K FireTV dongle in the command Bars HDMI port rather than the mini bridge on my Samsung Smart TV? Everything is seems to working fine as is (the Command bar is connected via the HDMI ARC port) just want to know if there is an advantage to connecting the dongle directly to the command bar? We use the FireTv for all tv viewing (direct now).

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  • mdaudioguymdaudioguy Posts: 4,414
    IDK. Does it integrate better with Alexa that way?
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  • F1nutF1nut Posts: 39,806
    Someone didn't like me trying to integrate with Alexa.
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  • ClipdatClipdat Posts: 3,835
    If everything is working fine as is, I recommend not changing anything. Hope that helps.
    Is There any benefit to connecting my 4K FireTV dongle in the command Bars HDMI port rather than the mini bridge on my Samsung Smart TV? Everything is seems to working fine as is (the Command bar is connected via the HDMI ARC port) just want to know if there is an advantage to connecting the dongle directly to the command bar? We use the FireTv for all tv viewing (direct now).

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