Meanwhile, there seem to be packages @ https://github.com/EHfive/pulseaudio-modules-bt/issues/20#issuecomment-461503659 — and LDAC in Fedora is pending legal review, apparently.
(And packages for more distros @ https://github.com/EHfive/pulseaudio-modules-bt/wiki/Packages FWIW)
@sesivany That all said, I haven't gotten the RPMs to work on F29 here. But I haven't rebooted (yet); I've only restarted bluetooth on the laptop.
@garrett What do you mean by not getting to work? I installed them and I can play music in my Sony headphones. It seems to sound better than before, but I'd need to verify it really is in LDAC to make sure it's not placebo :)
@sesivany Just playing around and selected input from my headphones and it dropped the audio down to HSP/HFP. Ouch. It's possibly even worse than a walkie-talkie.
(This is a shortcoming of Bluetooth audio. There's no hi-res (or even medium-res) audio output with input at the same time, sadly. Thankfully, it's easy enough to switch back to A2DP with LDAC... even in GNOME settings.)
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