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I read this thread with interest. The comment on synching reminded me of
one of the hazards of streaming from my laptop. I have often begun
viewing something on Netflix or Amazon and have the audio and video be
tantalizingly out of synch. I have usually been able to correct it by
re-starting the stream.

I use cordless headphones for viewing without disturbing the household. I
had good luck with a Radio Shack over-the-ear item that has performed well
over the past six years. I take the audio from the AccuVox connected to the
monitor, which gives me excellent intelligibility at low to moderate
volume. Not a critical application, doubtless, but a satisfactory solution
nonetheless. Maintenance is confined to replacing the rechargeable
AAAs periodically.

DDR

On Sun, Dec 20, 2020 at 4:46 PM Corey Bailey <[log in to unmask]>
wrote:

> Hi Lou,
>
> IIRC, the transmitter/receiver has to be gen. 5.0 or later to be low
> latency. Low latency is designed to work with your TV for lip sync. I
> haven't tried it because I'm a stickler for sync-to-picture having dealt
> with it for so many years. All of the apps (Cisco Webex, Skype, Zoom,
> etc.) make me nuts with their loose sync.
>
> Happy Holidays,
>
> CB
>
> Corey Bailey Audio Engineering
> www.baileyzone.net
>
> On 12/20/2020 11:51 AM, Lou Judson wrote:
> > I just got an external BT transmitter/receiver for just this reason.
> Haven’t tried them out yet… hope they are lower latency!
> >
> > <https://www.monoprice.com/product?p_id=38070>
> >
> > I also hope they reach the kitchen and living room! :-)
> >
> > <L>
> > Lou Judson
> > Intuitive Audio
> > 415-883-2689
> >
> >> On Dec 20, 2020, at 11:46 AM, Corey Bailey <[log in to unmask]>
> wrote:
> >>
> >> Update:
> >>
> >> When you use Bluetooth for monitoring a transfer, you have to use a low
> latency transmitter to avoid the latency issues.
> >>
> >> ~CB
>


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