[SOLVED] My Bluetooth Headphones Sound Unclear

Oct 13, 2018
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I have Tribit XFree Bluetooh headphones and love the sound quality on my phone. However when I pair them to my PC they are absolutely horrendous when it comes to quality audio. I have tried to disable Handsfree Telephony, which does nothing besides the fact of removing my headphones from a playback device. I am using a Bluetooth 4.0 adapter in order to get bluetooth on my PC. Any help appreciated! And if this is posted in the wrong thread, please let me know!

Thanks, Connor.
 

hang-the-9

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You probably need a higher quality adapter for the computer.
Best one for the price is this FiiO BTR1X https://www.amazon.com/FiiO-Bluetooth-Headphone-Receiver-Transmission/dp/B07JM5ZQPF/ref=pd_rhf_cr_p_img_8?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=1T3XX91J6TM6338A44TC&th=1

Yes it's $50 but the audio quality is super over bluetooth and it also acts as an external DAC for the computer so you can plug in your wired headphones to it as well for good sound. Even has a mic on it.

Or get one of the dozens of the simpler USB bluetooth adapters, look for higher spec bluetooth, 4.2 or 5 along with low latency support.
 

hang-the-9

Titan
Moderator
You probably need a higher quality adapter for the computer.
Best one for the price is this FiiO BTR1X https://www.amazon.com/FiiO-Bluetooth-Headphone-Receiver-Transmission/dp/B07JM5ZQPF/ref=pd_rhf_cr_p_img_8?_encoding=UTF8&refRID=1T3XX91J6TM6338A44TC&th=1

Yes it's $50 but the audio quality is super over bluetooth and it also acts as an external DAC for the computer so you can plug in your wired headphones to it as well for good sound. Even has a mic on it.

Or get one of the dozens of the simpler USB bluetooth adapters, look for higher spec bluetooth, 4.2 or 5 along with low latency support.
 

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