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baseband

(ˈbeɪsˌbænd)
n
(Telecommunications) a transmission technique using a narrow range of frequencies that allows only one message to be telecommunicated at a time. See also broadband
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The company said that the product is suited to wireless audio delivery for video and gaming applications and that CSR aptX Low Latency for Bluetooth offers a coding delay of just 32 milliseconds (ms), less than the standard Bluetooth latency of over 150 ms and well under the 45 ms recommended latency for audio/video applications.
We tested all three speakers running on battery power with music playing over Bluetooth., We used a Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to stream music in AptX HD since all three speakers support the format.
In terms of codec support, you name it and the Amiron Wireless can handle it - aptX, aptXLL, aptXHD, AAC, SBC - all except Sony's proprietary LDAC.
For instance, for AAC you get a flashing cyan light, for LDAC/DAC it's white while for aptX HD you get yellow, along with indicators for LHDC, aptX/aptX low latency and SDC.
It supports Bluetooth 5, features direct audio broadcast to multiple devices, supports ultra-low power earbuds, and also enables Qualcomm aptX, aptX Classic and aptX HD codecs.
Alongside Bluetooth connectivity, it also works as a wired earphone, supports aptX audio codec and promises to deliver good audio for the price, which is now down to Rs 11,999.