05-31-2018 12:41 AM
05-31-2018 09:20 AM - edited 05-31-2018 12:41 PM
@Gui., This sounds like co-channel interference. Aside from the Vive system, there may be additional bluetooth or 2.4Ghz wireless interference in your environment which is contributing to that part of the spectrum being oversaturated when the additional bandwidth of the subpac is added. 2.4Ghz is very ubiquitous, especially if you live in an urban area.
Generally speaking, bluetooth isn't an ideal way to use a Subpac alongside a Pro as their choice of bluetooth radio results in a 100+ms delay which is very noticeable within VR but doesn't matter for its' designed musical use. As a backup, you can use a USB-C -> 3.5mm adapter and simply mirror audio to that output. This is by far the most reliable way of connecting a SubPac. I always prefer to use my SubPac in wired mode as the bluetooth mode gets very frustrating due to the way it automatically shuts off when the signal is too loud.
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