[Ardour-Users] Ardour using a bluetooth headset

Gunter Königsmann gunter at peterpall.de
Wed Jan 17 10:45:17 PST 2018

Then thanks for the thourough insight into this problem. As I have said if supporting my device is too much work I will live with a wired headset: in the end Bluetooth Headsets steht too useful in combination with a low-latency audio tool.

Kind regards,


Am 17. Januar 2018 19:27:04 MEZ schrieb Paul Davis <paul at linuxaudiosystems.com>:
>On Wed, Jan 17, 2018 at 1:15 PM, Gunter Königsmann
><gunter at peterpall.de>
>> My diagnosis, too, would be that I was using Pulseaudio all that
>> But... ...did I understand this right? Jack might be possibly able to
>> with my a2dp headset?
>​No, it will not.​ JACK can (more or less) only use ALSA devices. ALSA
>longer supports bluetooth (why not just totally escapes me, it seems
>one of
>the most questionable ALSA changes in years).
>It worked for before because mplayer opened the "default" ALSA device
>was PulseAudio's "pseudo-device", and then Pulse routed audio via
>​In theory, Ardour or JACK could also open the "default" ALSA device to
>the same thing, but they are more demanding of the device, and in
>it tends not to work. ​

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