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Update:

When you use Bluetooth for monitoring a transfer, you have to use a low 
latency transmitter to avoid the latency issues.

~CB

Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
www.baileyzone.net

On 12/20/2020 11:36 AM, Corey Bailey wrote:
> I tried Bluetooth headphones & they became uncomfortable after awhile. 
> I guess I didn't spend enough. I will often use I-Grado headphones 
> because they are light. I have to keep the volume turned down because 
> they are the open air type. I also fix the cord to my belt because 
> they are so light that they pull off of my head easily when I step on 
> the cord.
>
> Happy Holidays,
>
> CB
>
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> www.baileyzone.net
>
> On 12/20/2020 10:36 AM, Lou Judson wrote:
>> Anyone use Bluetooth headphones for this? I use BT for casual 
>> listening to music and radio around the house, but never tried phones 
>> for transfer or ingest. I’m just curious, as if they sounded good 
>> enough it would eliminate the cord problem.
>> <L>
>> Lou Judson
>> Intuitive Audio
>> 415-883-2689
>> Lou Judson
>> Intuitive Audio
>> 415-883-2689
>>
>>> On Dec 20, 2020, at 10:23 AM, Eric Jacobs 
>>> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>
>>> Corey, I had to both laugh and agree with your "I use an extension for
>>> freedom of movement although I sometimes trip over the
>>> headphone extension cord...Grrrr".  Haha, describes my situation to 
>>> a T.
>>>
>>> For a very brief period, I tried a lightweight cable retractor 
>>> mounted to
>>> the ceiling to keep the headphone extension off the floor, but it 
>>> ended up
>>> continuously tugging at my head instead - even worse than tripping.  So
>>> back to occasionally tripping... and moving slowly and deliberately 
>>> when
>>> the headphones are on.
>>>
>>> ~ Eric