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No flying, no changes outside of the ordinary.
Interesting discussion, so if understand well, let connected 24/7 the ES100 via USB cable as a DAC for computer is finally a bad idea (even if the battery care option is turned ON) ?
Also, another question: even if we properly lock the output, doesn't mean we are safe of shorts when removing the plug while listening to music ?
Correct, it is not safe to remove or insert the plug while music is playing. It doesn’t matter what settings you have set. It is due to the hardware design.
Yea I love it with the SE to.
Unless you lock the output. Then it's ok
Is there a method (procedure or application) to set immediately the "Bluetooth Audio LDAC Codec: Playback quality" under Developer Options to the relevant selection without having to go (again and again) into the long Settings sequence hierarchy?
Are you referring to Android? I don’t think there is
If your source device has LDAC, normally it should be "outputed" automatically on LDAC. You shouldn't have to make any choice.
ES100 should select (or force) LDAC directly.
It always defaults to "Best Effort". I did perceived "Optimized for Audio Quality" as better sounding
Always check directly via EarStudio app the real bluetooth input, best way to be sure it's playing in LDAC mode
Yes, my ES100 is always set to LDAC (96/24), but on the phone side (S10) it can be further configured to the desired LDAC Playback Quality level (under developer options)
Always better to let all options as default, so you can be sure ES100 will handle the best of your device input anyway.
I also manually set the LDAC quality to "Optimize for Audio Quality". Doesn't that forces the device to stream at 900kbit? I've never had an issue setting it that way for the ES100. And it sounds great too.