Windows 10: Bluetooth Audio Laggy and Choppy.
Bluetooth Audio Laggy and Choppy.
I just recently purchase a newish laptop recently off eBay. Its a HP ProBook 6470b, it didn't came with a hard drive so I pulled the SSD out of my old Dell 1545 which has windows 10 preinstalled. Long story short when I listen to music over Bluetooth to my stereo, the sound become very choppy and distorted. Specially if I do some typing, extreme processing or moving the trackpad it becomes really bad. If I don't type, move my mouse or have it idle on the music player its fine (most of the time).
I should mention at this present moment I don't have a hard disk caddy since I didn't come with one and I'm waiting it to arrive from Malaysia (so I'm just curious if that could be a culprit). I have tried different Bluetooth speakers and the same problem persists. I have tried my macbook, android tablet, surface and phone with the same reciever and it play musics without any problem whatsoever. I have tried updating, uninstalling and installing drivers and hasn't made that many difference (although disabling the Microsoft UE LE Eliminator helps somewhat). The driver is a broadcomm 20702 Bluetooth 4.0 adapter.
I have disable any enhancement in the sound settings and gone to devices and printer and disable any unnecessary services that is used by my bluetooth receiver but the problem is still present.
Any help would be appreciated (Y)
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