My Q30 headset works wonderfully with my smartphone, but when using my desktop PC I have figured out that the pops and dropouts I have experienced seem to be very dependent on the position of my head. Sounds strange, but its true. When I am watching a video I get the dropouts and pops, but if I turn my head about 90 deg left or right, the sounds is perfect. When I look directly at thee screen, it goes back to dropoouts. I am using a brand new desktop, high end game machine, Windows 10. The computer is floor mounted to my left. I’m wondering how the bluetooth antenna is positioned in the headphones. It is not unusual to have any radio device be subject to antenna orientation, but it is also usual that devices like headphones are most likely to have non-directional antennas. I have tried moving wires around on my desktop,m and moving the adapter for my keyboard and mouse around, but this doesn’t seem to have any effect. My video screen is a Samsung 22 inch, and I tried turning it off with no effect.
Now, here is the nutso solution I found. I reversed the headset with Right on Left side, and now no dropout and no pops. Surely this isn’t normal, and I hope this helps someone in support to look into the cause of such an anomoly, but it works for me. Love to hear if others have had similar experience. I mostly listen to Youtube videos on my desktop, so the left - right speaker orientation isn’t really important.