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    Join Date: Oct 2015

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    Hi Grant

    Have checked the cans as you suggested and they are fine. It's definitely the Avantree so am currently dealing with their help desk...will lyk outcome...!

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    Finally, it all seems to be working just fine :-) - thanks for your help.

    It is now (imho) the perfect setup for listening to 1970s audience recordings of which I have an embarrassing amount.

    Constrained as these recordings were by the twin limitations of poor PAs and (usually) early portable cassette decks the advantage of hearing exactly what was picked up on the tape - without the ambient noise from a listening room - turns these into an enjoyable (if far from audiophile) experience. And the convenience of not being physically tethered to a system is worth the drop in signal that Bluetooth is causing.

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    I'm Grant.

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    Great you've got it going...
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