I was hoping someone with Android experience would chime in, but it appears to not be happening. So I will try, although I have yet to try Android.
Originally Posted by fulhamx5
so does the sound tranferred has loss?
With Bluetooth, yes. How much loss depends on your source. It will be a serious degradation from FLAC, but a minimal degradation from a low-bitrate MP3.
which is the perfect soluiton for streaming music from an android phone?
wifi, dlna, bluetooth or connecting to usb slot on the amp ?
There probably is no perfect
solution. The USB slot would probably be the best quality, but WiFi may be the same. Bluetooth would probably be the worst, but DLNA may be as bad. DLNA might also be as good as USB and WiFi, as you never can tell with DLNA.
i will transfer streaming music from my dell xps15z laptop. is my laptop's soundcard quality important? i wish it s not important because of streaming from internet
The quality of the soundcard won't matter, as it won't be involved when streaming to another device. It only matters when listening directly from the laptop.
When streaming from the Internet, the quality could vary drastically from one Internet-radio station to the next. You need to look at the received bit-rate and the codec to get some idea of the quality of each station.
is blueooth transferring as good as wifi and dlna?
Bluetooth will not be as good as WiFi. DLNA could be anywhere between the two.