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codeunrwolfpack

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 10, 2009
22
6
Is anyone having any issues with tiny cut outs in the audio on your Airpods Pro when walking around? These are millisecond cut outs. They kind of sound like static and are very short. I am not sure exactly what they are. I don't have this issue when I am sitting at my desk, but when I start moving around the audio starts to cut out for milliseconds. It sounds like interference to me, but I don't know what would be interfering. This is the second pair that I've tried and both have the same issue, so I don't think it is a faulty pair of Airpods Pro. I am using an iPhone 11 Pro Max.

I've tried rebooting my phone, restarting Bluetooth on my phone. Repairing my headphones, and nothing has worked. Bluetooth seems to work fine when I am playing music in my car.
 

Nickash28

macrumors member
Jun 13, 2010
64
36
Yes, lots. I had this in the past with some bose when they were paired with multiple devices that were close by. For these I dunno. Like them and guess I'll hold out hope the issue is acknowledged and repaired in an update.
 

richard371

macrumors 68040
Feb 1, 2008
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I get this from time to time with even my previous AirPods. It seems to happen more in certain areas and only when I’m using the phone esp in the messages app. iPhone 11 Pro Max. Been using it all am at work and not a single drop out. Got several at the gym yesterday but as long as the phone is not beings played with it’s rock solid.
 

codeunrwolfpack

macrumors newbie
Original poster
Jul 10, 2009
22
6
I also seem to notice it more when I am on the phone. I am usually playing Pokemon Go. When I am just sitting at my desk, not doing anything on the phone, it does seem to be a lot more solid. Good observation!
 

iAmFille

macrumors newbie
May 21, 2015
19
0
I have had the exact same thing happen with mine while at work. Seems to happen more for me while I was leaning over to reach for things, or bending over to grab stuff.
 

GDF

macrumors 6502a
Jun 7, 2010
900
663
Same thing for me when I am on the phone, especially leaning or moving around. Never happened with my previous Airpods. Was going to exchange them, as hopefully defective.
 
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