I asked this up here a while back, but never got any responses. I have a pare of 1st generation Apple Airpods which I use with my iPhone 11 Pro Max. They work well unless I need to use them for GPS navigation. I've found that regardless if I use them, or my Aftershokz headset, or for that mind, even my really high end Sony headset, after a few seconds of no audio coming through over bluetooth, the audio temporarily goes into, I guess you would call it like a sleep nmode kind of thing. Meaning that when this happens, it takes about 2 to 2 and a half seconds for audio to resume through the headset, as the bluetooth audio has to be woken up sota speak, and redetected. I'm not saying I lose bluetooth connectivity. Let me make that clear for the less tech savvy. I never lose the full bluetooth connectinoconnection. Thing like a voice activated voice recorder. When it hears audio it then starts recording, however, the first few seconds of sound might get cut off, as it takes a moment to trigger things. Same principle here. For this reason, let's say GPS has been silent for a while, and all a sudden it tries to speak telling me to turn on to Bird street. (Ficticious road name by the sway, LOL!) I might only hear, eet. The words turn on to Bird, and the first part of the word street get announced, but it takes those few seconds for the bluetooth audio to respond when in that kind of asleep mode if you will. Yeah, with bluetooth version 4 and version 5, even, it's gotten a bit better, but it's still enough of a lag, this poses a real problem, as then, I might miss crutial information. I know plenty of people who use bluetooth headsets with GPS all the time. I'm just wondering how you guys deal with this problem.