I just bought a pair of CQ35 series 2, and I'm loving how well they are working with my iPhone.
However, I've also been trying to connect them to my laptop at work to use as a headset with Skype for Business, and it's been giving me issues.
The laptop is a Dell E7470, running Windows 10 (v1703, build 15063.674). It's got an Intel bluetooth adapter, for which I've installed the latest drivers (v 18.104.22.168, dated 07/04/2017)
I've connected my CQs to the laptop, and audio output works decently enough. I have the default playback device set to the CQ "Headphones", while the default comm device is set to the CQ "Headset". However, when I try and set the the default recording device to be the CQ "Headset", Windows locks itself up. My mouse remains active, and I can work with other applications, but everything else in Windows Explorer becomes unresponsive. The sound manager sits with a spinning cursor, and I can't launch any new applications, nor can I restart the system. Can't launch Task Manager either.
Have there been any other reports about this? I'm going to be contacting Dell as well to see if they have any suggestions.