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Question Initial audio delay over bluetooth

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I am having about 2-3 seconds of no audio when using my Bose soundlink mini with my Surface 2 Pro and watching videos. I have tried re-pairing the device as well as uninstalling the drivers from device manager and reinstalling them to no avail. Any ideas? Thanks.
 
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Is this only when the device first pairs or does it persist for the entire session? On first pairing, that is entirely normal. Entire session, bluetooth does have latency but not 2 seconds worth, very strange, it is usually enough to spot lip sync errors in films I find.
 
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Is this only when the device first pairs or does it persist for the entire session? On first pairing, that is entirely normal. Entire session, bluetooth does have latency but not 2 seconds worth, very strange, it is usually enough to spot lip sync errors in films I find.
Strange thing is, when I first pair my surface to the speakers and watch a video, there is no delay. The delay only happens on every video after that.
 
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I have all time delay problem with my old Windows Mobile device. That time it happen because Bluetooth audio service have a large buffer. The problem were solve by change it to smaller value.

Hope this can help you.
 
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I have all time delay problem with my old Windows Mobile device. That time it happen because Bluetooth audio service have a large buffer. The problem were solve by change it to smaller value.

Hope this can help you.
How do I do this?
 
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How do I do this?
At that time I adjust Windows Mobile Registry. But I can't find this on Windows 8/RT.

This for Windows Mobile.
http://blog.vpire.com/1174/setting-windows-mobile-a2dp/

And this for Android.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=708685
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