Bluetooth device doesn't divide Stereo sound from Hands Free one

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In the past (Windows 10) when I connected a bluetooth device with microphone the device is divided in Stereo device and Hands Free device.
If I listen music or film, the stereo device plays better audio quality, otherwise if I join a Teams call the Hands Free device is used and optimized for calls.

 

In Windows 11 there's only one device and all sound is played as call sound (awfull quality).

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