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A2DP lag on GR5-6

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Involver    3

Well... I think this is normal with a2dp since the stream needs some sort of buffer to compensate for wireless data flux?

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Stevvie    8

I use A2DP on my jabba bt2020 headset ALL the time for over a year on this device, I have not noticed any lag on gr5 or gr6.

Sent from my LG-P990 using Tapatalk

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lap33733    3

I use A2DP on my jabba bt2020 headset ALL the time for over a year on this device, I have not noticed any lag on gr5 or gr6.

Sent from my LG-P990 using Tapatalk

There has always been a lag you can notice it viewing video

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rifmouk    1

with video , i understand because the CPU is more busy than music.But with this last it's strange.

And with the FR19, i'd no problem.

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lap33733    3

with video , i understand because the CPU is more busy than music.But with this last it's strange.

And with the FR19, i'd no problem.

I felt the same a day ago while playing with mx player. The funny thing is that all return to normality after playing back with stock video player.

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rifmouk    1

It means that the stock video player do a clean of the buffer or has a bigger one that the others applications ?

I think mayby a tweak of this value or his working is possible. (?)

edit1: I found that poweramp has a buffer audio size setting, is it possible to find a stand-alone of this feature ?

Excuses my english

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rifmouk    1

hello,

i tested with poweramp (which i bought).

No lag or rares microscopics ones, i'm happy.

i think the stock player had some problems

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