How can I improve my alexa streaming quality and still keep bluetooth connectivity for outdoor movie playing. I am not happy with my current setup and find my current BT connection loses alot of quality. When I connected the Alexa Dot directly to the receiver (via 3.5 aux jack) it sounded much better. The problem is that all audio must then be by that jack and that does not work for us as we are not always on that source with the receiver.\n\nMy current setup is:\nDenon AVR A100\nBT Receiver (https:\/\/www.amazon.com\/gp\/product\/B009OBCAW2)\nAmazon Echo Dot Gen 2\nZone 2 (two outdoor speakers) Z2 is used for outdoor music and outdoor movies\n\nFor Movie Playing:\nConnect laptop Thunderbolt to projector and laptop BT to BT_Receiver. For what we have, it works great.\n\nFor Alexa Streaming\nAlexa to BT_Receiver (4.0) to Receiver via Analog connection\n\n\n\n\nOption 1: Upgrade BT Device\nMy first thought was to upgrade my BT receiver to a 5.0 version with Digital output. I believe this would allow my Receiver's DAC instead of the BT device. But I don't know if I will still lose noticeable quality because of the BT? I was looking at these:\nhttps:\/\/smile.amazon.com\/gp\/product\/B07KTK8YP3\nhttps:\/\/www.amazon.com\/Audioengine-B1-Bluetooth-Receiver-Extended\/dp\/B00MHTGZR4\nhttps:\/\/www.amazon.com\/gp\/product\/B07F6ZP5WF?pf_rd_r=GKWBJC9B5HDTDS8DZZ84\n\n\n\n\nBut this means that my Alexa device is still connected to the receiver via BT. I am not sure if this will sound that much better. Thoughts?\n\nOption 2: Replace BT with Echo Link\nMy other thought was to try the Echo Link (Amazon.com: Echo Link - Stream hi-fi music to your stereo system: Amazon Devices) but this seems fairly expensive. With this I could stream music directly from the internet over the digital output into the receiver. It also has a bluetooth connection so I could connect to it from outside for family movies. What I am not sure is that it claims to "Sample rates of 44.1, 48.0, 88.2, 96.0, and 192.0 kHz are supported over optical and coaxial digital inputs. Maximum output over optical and coaxial digital is 48 kHz.". For $200 that seems fairly low quality. Right? I am not sure when newer models come out so I am not sure if a newer model is slated for this year.\n\n\nAny thoughts or insights would be greatly appreciated!