Unacceptable performance screen mirroring

Mark Fuller

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No matter what I do to change settings or what application I use to mirror my smartphone to my Sony UBP-X700 Blu-ray player, I always get a choppy video and audio also no matter what app I use, (vlc, youtube, amazon music or even gallery or google files). I have installed and uninstalled several free screen mirroring apps and even subscribed to one(cast tv). I have a TLC T767W android smartphone with metro pcs as the carrier. I also am with 3 meters of the device.
 

bazz2004

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Worth trying a better power supply. My Sony BDP-S6700 was very glitchy for a long time before the dedicated 12 v sub-1 amp power supply gave up completely. Finding something with the correct sized jack plug is a problem but a spare BT freeview box adapter worked for me. It fits and has a little more punch. So far so good.
 
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Mark Fuller

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I actually think it's the house itself come to think about it. The a/c, stove and fridge all require using a max setting to get results.
 

Mark Fuller

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I picked a power supply with a 2 amp output, I hope that given the low voltage of the house and the already 1.5 am output of my present device that will be about right.
 

Mark Fuller

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The new power supply did not help the choppy audio and video for my android but my Dell Laptop seems to work acceptably. I guess it's just the inherent latency problem in wireless connections.