[ProAudio] Bluetooth Latency (or Baby's First Bluetooth)

mark whitehouse mark at procopy.com.au
Sun May 16 00:15:15 PDT 2021

Try something like the Rode Go II - wireless Stereo set up and Im sure it
will take line ins

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On Sun, May 16, 2021 at 9:08 AM Mike Rivers via ProAudio <
proaudio at bach.pgm.com> wrote:

> On 5/15/2021 6:45 PM, Louis Judson wrote:
> I’ve been through the same thing, Mike, with the same Monoprice units when
> they were on sale for $22. My house is not big enough for the delay to be
> ignored! The only cool thing about those “transceivers” is that they also
> have Toslink digital if you like that. Hmm, I wonder if the latency is
> different using the digital connexion? I also think that it is
> characteristic of BT not the Monoprice units…
> I then found audio over cat5 cables at PartsExpress for an even lower
> price, so ran ethernet to the back room and it works pretty well. It’s RCA,
> not XLR, and sensitive to levels (some hum happens) but no latency…
> Thanks for the input, Lou. If I was willing to run wiring, I'd do an
> analog run and be done with it. But at 78, I'm getting too old and clumsy
> to crawl through the attic and I was never good at finding a wire once I
> dropped it through the wall, so it would have to come into the room through
> a hold drilled through the ceiling at the corner nearest to where I want
> it, and then run down to the floor in the corner - not as neat as I'd want
> it.
> As a side note, I'd probably run the audio through Cat5 cable anyway. It's
> cheap, I have a lot of it, and I've used it successfully for this before. I
> wire it as if balanced, using two twisted pairs for the left and right
> channel tip and ring, and another pair each for the sleeve. It makes a bit
> of an antenna but tolerable for the application, and cheeeeep.  I'm pretty
> sure that's what's inside the lumps on those Parts Express "extenders," and
> there are a number of similar gizmos - 4-channel snakes are common. And if
> I decided to use it for real Cat5 data, the cable would already be there.
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