Ah let's get this strate.
aptX is a faster protocol especially used by gamers to get lower latency when
playing with Bluetooth headphones.
The aptX audio codec is available for consumer and automotive wireless audio
applications, notably the real-time streaming of lossy stereo audio over the
Bluetooth A2DP connection/pairing between a "source" device (such as a
smartphone, tablet or laptop) and a "sink" accessory (namely a Bluetooth stereo
speaker, headset or headphones). aptX technology must be incorporated in both
transmitter and receiver to derive the sonic benefits of aptX audio coding over
the default sub-band coding (SBC) mandated by the Bluetooth standard. Consumer
electronics products bearing the CSR aptX logo are certified for
interoperability with other Bluetooth audio products belonging to the aptX
Fra: Pc-audio [mailto:pc-audio-boun...@pc-audio.org] På vegne af Anders Holmberg
Sendt: 9. november 2017 22:54
Til: PC Audio Discussion List <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Emne: Re: Humanwear Victor Reader Stream Trek
Its an uncompressed format so the sound quality is better.
> 9 nov. 2017 kl. 15:25 skrev Peter Scanlon <sca...@tpg.com.au>:
> What is aptx why is that better than what ever other Blue Tooth?
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> Subject: Re: Humanwear Victor Reader Stream Trek
> I wonder if the trek has bluetooth with aptx.
> I don’t think so.
>> 9 nov. 2017 kl. 06:05 skrev Dane Trethowan <grtd...@internode.on.net>:
>> So another new product from humanware but again I think they're missing so
>> many points as Humanware tend to do these days in my opinion.
>> Yeah okay, we know about Talking Book players and we've used them for years.
>> Yeah, we know about GPS navigation products and we use iPhones and other
>> similar devices.
>> So it does surprise me that Humanware hasn't brought out a voice activated
>> device like the Google Home or Amazon Echo that does all this sort of stuff.
>> Anyway here's the new device from our dear friends at Humanware so make what
>> you will of this.
>> "Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life"