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Old 23-05-2020, 08:54 PM   #31
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Okay you can post what is the right thing then.
Which onboard mobo build in bluetooth got aptx-HD.
Lol suddenly change to "got aptx-HD"

In-build ones don't have aptx-HD codec, only SBC.
Agree no have aptx-hd, coz it's limited to aptx.

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Lol suddenly change to "got aptx-HD"

Agree no have aptx-hd, coz it's limited to aptx.

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I where got suddenly change?

In-build ones don't have aptx-HD codec, only SBC.
Posted at 5:27PM with no edits.
Clearly state aptx-HD

Your github driver for aptx is not out of the box default drivers and supported for limited intel hardware only.
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so safe to say the limiting factor is the codec and not hardware, yes? because this Intel+bluetooth chip (despite being capable technically) simply doesn't support aptx like qualcomm does ?
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aptx has always been included in windows 10

https://www.howtogeek.com/354321/why...n-windows-pcs/

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so safe to say the limiting factor is the codec and not hardware, yes? because this Intel+bluetooth chip (despite being capable technically) simply doesn't support aptx like qualcomm does ?
Both transmitter and receiver must support it.
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aptx has always been included in windows 10

https://www.howtogeek.com/354321/why...n-windows-pcs/

Windows 10 now has integrated support for AptX, but its impossible to tell if your Bluetooth connection is actually using AptX

How you get it to display?
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http://forum.notebookreview.com/thre...wnload.794032/

works on intel wireless 3xxx, 7xxx, 8xxx and 9xxx

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so safe to say the limiting factor is the codec and not hardware, yes? because this Intel+bluetooth chip (despite being capable technically) simply doesn't support aptx like qualcomm does ?
It's the licensing to be specific.

Windows 10 has license for aptx, but not aptx-hd.
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Can one hear the difference between LDAC and aptx HD in music?
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Can one hear the difference between LDAC and aptx HD in music?
1) Depends on your Audio Source.


2) LDAC at 330 is more chui
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