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  1. Ah, ok. Well once again thank you for persevering with all of my questions.
  2. Alright, now for my (hopefully) last question. Would you happen to know of any Bluetooth transmitters that would accommodate my AAC earphones?
  3. Ah, that explains why the dongle had that delay. As for my other concern, would you happen to know of any high quality Bluetooth transmitters that would resolve all of the issues I mentioned?
  4. I'm not quite sure I understand. The "Bluetooth device" in this context would be my Bluetooth earphones, right? According to the manufacturers they support SBC and AAC. Is it not possible for a transmitter to transmit audio to my earphones using the AAC codec?
  5. I actually have another question for you, if you don't mind. Would you happen to know if any Bluetooth transmitters that can transmit AAC exist? I've been searching all over the internet for one, but I can't seem to find any.
  6. I recently bought a pair of Bluetooth earphones and this Bluetooth 4.0 dongle along with them. The dongle works acceptably. However, it has a more limited range than I would like as well as a latency issue that causes music tracks that just began playing to actually start 1-2 seconds into the song rather than at the beginning. As a result of those issues, I began looking into Bluetooth 5.0 transmitters, thinking that acquiring one would help solve them. Ultimately, I ended up ordering this 5.0 transmitter / receiver, which arrived today. It did solve both of the issues I mentioned earlier, but
  7. Understood, thanks for taking the time to answer my questions.
  8. You've been extremely helpful so far. I hope you don't mind, but I have two more questions. I think I almost completely understand this now. 1. In regard to your answer to question two. You mentioned that transmission over Bluetooth is done using a codec. I'm assuming that means that the digital audio is sent to the wireless headphones / earphones using the codec, right? However, I'm still not clear on if digital audio sent from the motherboard interacts with the ADC in the transmitter. I would imagine not, but I just want confirmation. 2. At this point I understand tha
  9. Interesting... That leads to a few more questions, which hopefully you can help me answer. 1. Similarly to a poor DAC, if the ADC in a transmitter is of low quality, can the quality of the audio be affected negatively? 2. You mentioned that if the transmitter were connected to my PC using the optical cable as opposed to the 3.5mm cable, it would ignore the DAC and amp on my motherboard. That means that it would never be converted into analog audio and would be sent straight to the transmitter as digital audio. If that's the case, would it ignore the ADC and be sent straight to the he
  10. Thank you for the extremely informative response. If possible, can you confirm that I understood what you said correctly? Assuming that the transmitter is connected using the 3.5mm AUX cable, the path is as follows: 1. Digital audio is first processed by my motherboard's DAC and amp, and then sent to the transmitter through the 3.5mm cable as analog audio. 2. Despite having already been converted to analog audio, the transmitter reconverts the audio into digital format, and then send the digital audio to the wireless earphones / headphones via Bluetooth. 3. The DAC and amp w
  11. As mentioned in the title, I would like help understanding the signal path that audio takes when going from a PC to a Bluetooth device, as well as the significance of 3.5mm AUX cables and optical cables in this signal path. I have the following questions. 1. When audio is sent from a transmitter such as this to wireless Bluetooth earphones, is it in digital or analog format? 2. At what point is the audio converted from digital to analog? Also, do wireless Bluetooth headphones / earphones have DACs and amps in them? 3. Assuming the transmitter is plugged into my motherboar
  12. As mentioned in the title, I am trying (and failing) to overclock my 3200MHz Cl14 rated RAM to 3600MHz. It's possible that my RAM isn't even capable of achieving that frequency due to losing the silicon lottery, but in order to definitively determine that, I would like to make sure I am performing the overclocking process properly. Using the BIOS of my Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite motherboard, I: 1. Enabled the XMP profile, which allows the ram to run at its rated speed of 3200MHz CL14. This, if I understand correctly, should take care of setting the frequency, timings and voltage wit
  13. Ah, turns out I do have Samsung memory, thanks for telling me about GPU-Z.
  14. Oh? Would you happen to know if my GPU model has Samsung memory?