Qualcomm has launched a brand new system-on-chip platform that helps 24-bit/96kHz audio over Bluetooth. 

At the moment, Qualcomm’s aptX HD and flagship aptX Adaptive Bluetooth codecs can transmit music as much as 24-bit/48kHz, however the brand new Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound takes that to 96kHz – the sampling fee studio music is usually recorded and, as digital hi-res information, distributed at. (That mentioned, as Snapdragon Sound utilises aptX Adaptive codec know-how, transmission continues to be barely compressed – the bitrate scales dynamically from 279kbps as much as 860kbps.)

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