Question about Motorola Mobility HT820 Wireless / Cable Headset
Some delay might be normal, because your phone requires some time to encode the A2DP stream, and your stereo headsets will also add some more to the total delay time, since it has to decode that stream, but it all depends on the processor's hardware and power, the application being used to play the media file, the codecs used, the headset's quality, etc. So, in general, A2DP might not be the way to go, whenever image synchronization is required, like watching movies, music clips, TV streams, etc. Wired headsets would be a better choice for such cases, instead.
In can tell you that in my current phone,an Acer Tempo M900, if I run WMP to watch a MP4 encoded music clip, with its audio being streamed via A2DP to my SE HBH-IS800 stereo headsets, the sound delay might be considered negligible. I'm pretty sure newer phones would perform even better. But I remember having experienced heavy delays with other environments in the past.
Just my 2 cents... Carlos
Posted on May 28, 2010
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