I Have a Quiet 35 II and i use windows 7.
Please, could you say which bluetooth adapter I must use for a perfect compatibility with Windows 7 ?
Please indicate me model and complete reference, price doesn't drive.
I need listen music AND make a VOIP Call with perfect Quality sound of the microphone.
A basic headset no-bluetooh work perctly with Skype buiss or other, and I want mothing less than with my incredible Bose Devices.
Thank in advance
Anyone come up with a proposition ? I just need a bluetooh adapter that work correctly with my Bose quietconfort 35 II & Windows 7
So we've actually been testing out different Bluetooth adapters to see which ones work the best with our products and Windows 7 and 10, I would recommend the Avantree DG40S! I hope that this helps.
Let me know how it works out?
I hope that you take care,
Shiloh - Bose Support
Thanks for you feedback. Unfortunetly, I tested DG40S and I had many troobleshooting :
- Music is cut very often
- Very long latency between song player and my headphone
- Very long latency during VOIP calling between voice of my interlocutor and me.
- Microphone doesn't work correctly during VOIP Calling, sound is very bad.
Maybe your propose other drivers or ideal setup ?
Thanks for your quick response. Sorry to hear that that adapter didn't work well for you. I'm including a link here to a thread where several users have discussed which Bluetooth transmitters work the best for some of them, I hope that this helps give you some suggestions.
Really thank too for your quick reply.
This Thread talk about bluetooth for TV with Headphone, no headset... (Phone with Mic..) .
I need a bluetooth device to make call with VOIP like Skype Buissness, and listen Windows sounds.
I don't belive that Im only one with this requirement.. really yes ?
I hope you take care it as soon as possible.
Apologies for the confusion, I should have clarified. I'm thinking that that thread could be a valuable resource where you can find what other adapters our users have success with, regardless of which device you're using them for. I feel that this is your best bet in finding an adapter that works well with our products specifically.
Thank you for being a part of the community,
Would you say that to resolve my issue, you redirect me to another thread that don't mention a solution ?
Must I re-ask my questions on this thread ?
What is objective ?
Im so sorry, but I don't understand.
Thanks for you help
First off, I want to thank you for reaching out to us here! That was an adapter that worked out well for us here. If anyone in the community has a suggestion on one they like to use, that would be much appreciated!
Thank you so much,