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Bluetooth headset not working on MR Portal

I can't seem to get my Bluetooth headset to work inside the portal. Sometimes I could hear the background sounds of the cliff house but for the most part it did not emit any sounds. I have 2 Bluetooth headsets and both have the same issue. The only realible sound that works on the Portal is the one the comes from the built in sound system.
If anyone has better luck please let me know.

I am using the latest preview build.

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