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    Hi, I recently noticed this on my WP 7.5 device, and was curious if it does this on a WP8 device. Whenever I stream music via the Internet (example: iHeartRadio app) and listen to it via Bluetooth, the music stutters every 5-6 seconds like it's caching. This doesn't happen when I take it off Bluetooth streaming (and listen via the phone's speakers). It also doesn't stutter when I stream music on my phone (using Music+Videos) via Bluetooth. The only time it stutters is when I stream from the Internet AND use Bluetooth to listen wirelessly through my speakers. Has anyone experienced this? Or, can someone test it on their WP8 device? Thanks!!
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    I listened to a complete album in my car today streaming via the Xbox service via the LTE connection and nothing stuttered.
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    Nope...just got my Lumia 920 yest and used Nokia music over a pair of Motorola blootooth headsets for over an hour and clarity was just perfect....always had the phone close by though so not sure abt range
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    Awesome!! Thanks philxor and 111san!
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    I stream to my car (Volvo) and at the end of some songs, I get a split second of stutter about two seconds before the songs end. Only on Bluetooth.
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    Yes, a BlueAnt headset and BlueAnt car speakerphone do this. Two seconds of audio, cut-out for a second, etc. Sometimes they stream fine, but if I get a phone call or announced text message, they stutter on resume. However, audio-only devices work perfectly for me (Logitech BT receiver hooked up to the my home theater and a couple other BT speakers). I think MS is aware and working on this. They have said as much on @WinPhoneSupport on Twitter.
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    It largely depends how much data / voice traffic is out there. Here in ATL I can stream to my car using BT with no issue in the morning on my way to work. It will stutter on the way home however.
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    My wireless Jaybird Freedom Sprint headphones never seem to work with Rdio, but I blame Rdio's crappy app. In general, the Bluetooth signal is MUCH stronger on my Nokia 920 compared to my iPhone 4 (which struggles to maintain a Bluetooth connection)
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    No problem with my Bluetooth ear buds, on playing songs from my phone or streaming with Xbox Music.
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    No problems on LTE with stutter. I did have some buffering issues when I traveled out of LTE over the weekend with my 920.

    With the Music Pass I have been downloading favorite albums to my device to play offline or out of network.

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