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Old 01-13-2022, 02:36 AM
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This isn't really about pro tools but I figure it's appropriate since it has to do with using pro tools, plus I can't seem to think of where to ask this question. While using an interface. My goal is to use wireless headphones for recording. I'm not being picky I just want to be able to use wireless headphones rather than having a cord in the way. Been using airpods with an airfly bluetooth dongle plugged into the interface. It's nice for editing cause your hearing it atleast but the problem with it is when you record say guitar there is latency so basically what I need is a bluetooth dongle thats good enough so there is no latency. Its not pro tools its just the quality of the bluetooth dongle. I know its not pro tools latency. Please dont pick on me for not wanting to use wired headphones.
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