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08-16-2020 09:20 AM
Recently I purchased a pair of Sennheiser CX 6.00 BT, they use aptX Qualcomm / qualcomm aptX Low Latency, I was expecting not to have the same issue of loosing audio quality when In a call with this headset, but I happen I do, so after serching a lot in internet it is because the defoult bluetooth card of this laptop model don't support qualcomm, so the solution I found was chaning the Wifi/Bluetooth anthena.
I was think of a Intel AC 9260, but not sure if it is going to work with my laptop model or if it's going to solve the bluetooth issue.
If there is also any other recomendation will be nice to see it.
08-16-2020 11:51 AM
What model wifi adapter does your notebook have?
The RTL8822BE, the RTL8821CE, or the RTL8723DE?
The Intel card is only going to work if your notebook has the RTL8822BE, because the other two wifi cards only have one antenna cable.
The Intel card will require two antenna cables in order for the Bluetooth to work.
08-16-2020 12:07 PM
Unfortunately, that I don't know.
All I know is the card supports BT version 5.
Here are the complete specs on the wifi adapter...
If you decide to try the card, you will need to buy the non-vPro version.
If you think the AX200 has support for that blueooth feature, you can probably install that model as well, but again, it must be the non-vPro version.
This all assumes your notebook has an Intel processor.
08-16-2020 01:05 PM
Two antenna cables with the RTL8822BE and an Intel core processor...Nothing else I can think of to be concerned with.
I recommend you uninstall the Realtek wifi and bluetooth adapters in the device manager and check the uninstall driver box before installing a different model wifi card.