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PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless The OnePlus One is among the most talked-about phones these days. Both because of its high-end features and affordable price, making it one of the flagship models of 2014, but also because it's... impossible to get one. These are my first impressions of the device so far.
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RE[2]: aptX?
by adkilla on Tue 24th Jun 2014 11:21 UTC in reply to "RE: aptX?"
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APT-X requires that both the phone and the BT receiver support it. iPhones support AAC streaming over BT provided also that the BT receiver supports it. Apple refuses to support APT-X on their phones/tablets even though their Macs support it.

The benefit of APT-X over AAC is that it supported over a larger number of devices and supports up to 24-bit/96kHz loss-less audio streams.

I use my Galaxy Mega with a Phiaton PS 210 BTNC and Azio BTD-v400 BT receiver. I stream FLACs to my headphones and HTPC with equivalent audio quality to just plugging them in directly.

For an exhaustive list of APT-X certified audio equipment:

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