В центре внимания турецкого сериала «Успей, Зейнеп» на русском языке, оказалась очень большая и дружная семья. В многодетном семействе воспитывается шесть детей и каждый может представить, что происходит в этом доме. Каждый член этой семьи уникален по-своему и он не только сам по себе, но еще и отдельная головная боль. Конечно же, детвора постоянно устраивает какие-либо забавы и это не сможет не заставить улыбнуться. Ведь это можно назвать самым настоящим дурдомом, так как каждый ребенок обладает своим характером и у него имеются собственные увлечения. Только все эти пристрастия вызывают у окружающих самую настоящую головную боль.
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From what I understand the ability to utilize the aptx (LL) codec depends in part on what underlying chipset is implemented for the bluetooth unit. For example THIS USB DEVICE implenments a CSR (Qualcomm) BlueCore 8670 chipset wherein the provided Windows 10 drivers allows it to transmit aptx (LL).
In part to figure out if the 7th gen NUC's are capable of doing this, we need to know what bluetooth chipset is in use (generally CSR / Broadcom support aptX), and then to know if Intel's driver package allows for transmit of aptX-LL.
Dell does publish it for some of its systems just look for "Intel 7265/3165/7260/3160 Bluetooth Audio Application (WBS/APTX)" but it is version 17.x and unlikely to work on the 8265 but does work on earlier cards. You could always try it?
I'm just kind of baffled as to why Intel isn't cross-licensing WBS/APTX within their own drivers. It's disappointing to be honest for those of us who fork out $ and have to scrounge around for other manufacturer's outdated windows 8.1 drivers. Lots of bluetooth products support APTX, and if we're to believe in the concept of the wireless home, it's painstaking to pair on bluetooth using SBC for any video/media content and have >250ms lipsync delays.
I have an avantree pair of Aptx-LL headphones. That device has different blinking patterns which shows what connection type is at play. single blue blink = SBC. Single White blink = AptX. Double white blink = aptX-LL (low latency).
@marjo Does your transmitter/receiver blink in that same pattern? If so, can you confirm whether it's connected on aptx-LL using the standard Intel Wifi/Bluetooth drivers for 8265 (sans the Dell drivers)?
My impression from prior threads and replies from Intel was that AptX wasn't supported/incensed in the driver package they provide, but maybe they just give a template answer without actually checking on Windows 10
If it's in the A2DP spec, it's still often hard to determine what is preferentially used in Windows. The drivers often dictate which is used (e.g. between SBC, aptX, aptX-ll, AAC, FLAC) and what the default ordering based off what's in common between the transmitter and receiver (without so much as letting the end-user decide). This is where the problem lies... if you want highest fidelity audio, you probably want FLAC or AAC (will encounter lag), but if you want lipsync, you want aptx-LL ordered first. From what I've seen, AAC is preferential to apple ecosystem, I've rarely seen FLAC supported, and aptX is a maybe.
2) If the receiving device supports all the codec formats of the 8265, what is the ordering/preference of codec (in Windows 10)? (Some devices, such as the Avantree Audition Pro will blink alerting you to this, and I'm sure other lab testing hardware will tell you what the codec type is in use on bluetooth)
This device allows Aptx-LL in Windows 10 via the bluetooth 4.0 dongle; however, it requires installation of drivers developed by CSR/Broadcom which enable Aptx-LL in Windows 10 as it's supported via the bluetooth chipset/hardware.
Again, the responsibility lies on the manufacturer to provide drivers that support AptX-LL codec in Windows. I still don't understand why the driver team that supports the 8265 (or other models) is putting the responsibility on Windows -- this is a manufacturer / driver inquiry and responsibility.
I have the avantree product you linked, it's a 2-in-1 device that Windows will recognize as a regular "USB Audio device" with no bluetooth functions exposed. The Bluetooth conversion is implemented at the hardware level, and that's likely what allows APTX-LL to work.
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I recently bought the Dell Precision 5520 with the Intel Dual Band Wireless AC 8265. It so happens that I also have an older Dell Latitude 3550 that has the Intel Dual band Wireless card 7265. I have run a set of comparison speed test between the 2 different machines and the Precision with the Intel 8265 has significantly/dratically slower download speeds than the Latitude 3550 with the Intel 7265; like 50-90% slower download speeds in the newer laptop!!
With Dells assistance I got the latest drivers for the 8265 and the Precision is now equal to or a bit faster than the 7265 except when there is a slight distance from the laptop to the router! When I am about 20-30 feel away from the router then there is a huge difference with the 7265 having much much faster download speed than the newer Precision with the 8265! This is very discouraging as I like to watch Netflix in bed but the Precision has trouble with very slow speeds of 3-7 Mbps as compared to the Latitude which gets download speeds in the bedroom around 20-25 Mbps!
Based on your description, it seems possible for this to be an antenna issue. Such as defective or lose antenna connector. Would opening your laptop to look for the wireless adapter be possible? We wouldn't want you to void your warranty.
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THANKS so much for your response!!! I appreciate your suggestion that it could be an antenna issue; especially since Dell is organizing to send a technician to replace the Network card and the antennas!
The technician was just here and sadly, either a new network card and/or a new antennae made no difference at all! It is the same problem that speeds are good until there is a slight distance and/or wall. Then the 8265 performs significantly slower that the 7265! I am 100% frustrated to find myself in this situation given how expensive the Precision 5520 cost me!
The technician was of the opinion that Dell has a design problem with the placement of its antennae. The Precision has an "infinity" screen with no bezel. Since it has no bezel they then put the antennae at the bottom of the screen rather than the more common placement at the time of screen, under the bezel. He claims this is a design problem and that there is not part-replacement to fix this!
I am not in a position of knowledge in order to evaluate the technician assessment/hypothesis. In todays world it is possible that Dell sells a very expensive business-oriented laptop with a design flaw. But this does not help me to solve the problem! :-(
The technician, who may or may not really have expertise, was convinced that getting Comcast to upgrade the modem/router should make a HUGE difference. If I understood Comcast correctly over the phone, they now use a modem/router the Arris 1682, that communicates with the Network card to determine the best frequency for the signal, either the 2.4 vs the 5.0 GHZ. He also suggested I place the router in a more central location in the house.
Once again I am not able to determine if this is crap or in fact knowledge-based statements/predictions. One of the articles you suggested does seem to say that 5.0 GHZ can improve speed and performance. Again, I have no idea but it makes sense to let my Intel card and the router determine the best frequencies for my situation.
Finally, I could return the machine totally or just buy a range