Audio dropouts- wired v/s wireless speakers

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On my Windows10-64bit machine ,I have been experiencing more than frequent audio dropouts with my wireless bluetooth speakers(Logitech X50).

These dropout only occur when used with DAW's like LMMS,Cakewalk etc,but not when using the speakers normally.

Also,when used with a wired monitoring headphone there is no audio dropout.

Are wired speakers a better option when it comes to reducing audio dropout's?

Thanks.
starzar wrote:
Fri May 24, 2019 5:56 am
Are wired speakers a better option (when it comes to reducing audio dropout's?)
wifi bluetooth etc - Wire is always 'better'. The fact is that you omit a 'part' that adds complexity to the HW setup. The simpler setup, the less 'points-of-disturbance'
Yeah, what musikbear says is true.
Wired is the better option here.
But when it comes to journey, Wire less is preferable. SO it is better to have wireless speakers.. I have 2 sets of wireless speakers.
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mukulb wrote:
Fri Sep 27, 2019 2:57 pm
But when it comes to journey, Wire less is preferable. SO it is better to have wireless speakers.. I have 2 sets of wireless speakers.
Of cause you are correct, but when it comes to having perfect studio output, i bet it is pr-wire, beside that. periphery connections between different type of hardware, does not relate to LMMS. Not our bug!
I am with Musicbear on this.

The first topic in this thread proofs it. No drops outs with wired speakers. :)
There may be some problems in other aspects due to which you are not getting a voice on some websites. Switching to the Wired network is not preferable.