Cord Cutting-I saved Over $200 a Month By Giving Up Cable *updated*

It’s a huge movement.  It’s becoming cool not to pay for bloated cable subscriptions. The internet has made cable obsolete and cable companies know this but they don’t want you to know. Why pay for what you don’t use? It’s invisible clutter. My cable bill was $280 per month and now I pay $77 (not including the subscription services, some of which I was paying for already). You may not save as much as I’m saving because you may not have been paying as much. If you can save an amount that makes a difference in your life and you can meet your home entertainment needs, then why not give it a try? Here’s how I did it

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How to Fix the Choppy Macbook to Bluetooth Audio

Do you try to play music from your Macbook over a bluetooth speaker but find it unbearably choppy? After a bunch of searching I have found the answer and more importantly the fix. The choppiness is because of a frequency issue caused by the wifi/bluetooth modules in the notebook. Apparently, this is a well known issue but not yet fixed by Apple. The only solution I have found is to adjust bluetooth settings to 40. Here’s how:

defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Apple Bitpool Max (editable)" 80
defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Apple Bitpool Min (editable)" 48
defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Apple Initial Bitpool (editable)" 40
defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Negotiated Bitpool" 58
defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Negotiated Bitpool Max" 58
defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Negotiated Bitpool Min" 48

Then reboot your computer and Bluetooth devicebluetooth wifi

There are other settings to experiement with:

30 – Low audio quality
40 – Medium audio quality
48 – High audio quality
58 – Excellent audio quality

Please share if this helps!