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satipera
November 16th, 2009, 08:28 PM
I have turned off my wireless router to ensure it is not part of the interference problem. My bluetooth receiver/transmitter (sony wireless audio adapter, HWS-BTA2W) is connected to the input of my RF wireless headphones transmitter. This works beautifully until I move my bluetooth mouse, then the sound quality is choppy and poor.

With a non bluetooth mouse everything is fine. It appears one bluetooth device is causing problems for the second. How can this problem be overcome? I would rather use the bluetooth mouse in conjunction with the sony device for the headphones if possible. If one bluetooth device has to go it will be the mouse as I do not want to lay a long connecting wire from the netbook to the rf headphone transmitter input.

satipera
November 18th, 2009, 12:30 PM
For some reason playing about with the settings in pulse audio volume control stops the bluetooth mouse interfering with the bluetooth audio output. I do not know exactly what I did but the two bluetooth devices are now working well together.