I own a Bose QC35 (wireless) which I paired with my computer
successfully (see this guide:
There are 2 modes to connect the headphones:
- A2DP Sink (high fidelity).
The second one gives better sound – the first one seems to simulate a
call from the computer to the headphones: I can hear noise around me
through the microphone and the sound from the computer is not good +
the headphones keeps telling me that there is a phone call.
When I listen to something using A2DP Sink, the sound is cutted
regularly. Every ~2 min, I have no sound and it comes back after 5
sec. This happens only when I am listening (or watching) something
using the WiFi. It is really annoying and I would like to listen to
something from the internet in better quality without any cuts.
The issue seems related to this topic (
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Bluetooth_headset#Connecting_works,_sound_plays_fine_until_headphones_become_idle,_then_stutters) from the ArchLinux Wiki. I do not
really know how to solve the problem.
Do you have any suggestion or solution?