Bluetooth stereo audio has suffered a less than favorable reputation for audio quality as compared to wired audio. However, this is not due to Bluetooth technology limitations, but mainly because of poor implementation and slipshod design of analog audio circuits. By incorporating the aptX® audio coding technology, the headsets are capable of delivering outstanding and high-quality audio over Bluetooth.
However, the nature of Bluetooth audio is such that it will still be inherently affected by obstructing physical structures, resulting in intermittent audio breakup. Hence, for the best experience, try to minimize the presence of such obstructions when streaming your audio.