- Nov 13, 2014
It isn't just a bigger antenna, you'll need bigger output power as well.
Ok, but it is the same, I mean, you need antenna and power, but still this does not imply any negotiation between two devices, unlike for the Aptx thing.
So, why must both devices be Class1?
But no, you don't need to play AAC only files. It only means the encoding and decoding on transmitter to receiver (*the actual Bluetooth transmission ) is AAC.
So, you mean that if I play an MP3 file on an iPhone it will be encoded on the fly in AAC and transmittet to the AAC Headphones with the AAC codec?
Are you sure sure sure and could you eventually also provide some official info, links etc?
I could not find anything on the Web...
I would be careful with what those guys say. They do not write that on Dual Link mode (two headphones receiving the same signal, so that two people can listen same music at same time) the Aptx is switched off and the SBC is used instead.
And I know for my researches with other products (like Avantree and Telme2) that this is how it works.
But still interesting to know that they plan a long distance with Aptx.
Considering their prices anyway, I am more interested in the similar plan from Avantree, which in change will be also Low Latency Aptx.
But, we'll see.
@Class D, yes, this is what I was trying to explain, but I did not really explain, just implied it, because I took for granted that everybody knows that AAC is also a transmission Codec now, used by iPhones and several Headphones.
About the Class, can you explain why the range is not addictive? I mean, if a receiver can "listen" to what is being transmitted within a range of x meters, and a transmitter can send a signal into this range of x meters, why should that not work? Why is it needed that the start of the signal (not the end of it), = the transmitter itself, is also within this range of x meters?