If you don't mind wired, you could get an amplifier which does its own
d to a converter, so it won't matter what the phone supports.
On Tue, 12 Nov 2019 23:18:54 -0500,
My Pixel 3 XL phone supports 3 Bluetooth A2DP audio codecs
Was able to enable aptX-HD on my Pixel 3 XL doing the following:
1. Go to the 'Settings' app. ...
2. Tap 'Build Number' 7 times. ...
3. Go to Settings again and look for 'Developer Options' on the menu.
4. In 'Developer Options' select 'Audio Codec'. ...
5. Now, simply select aptX HD, connect your (aptX HD-enabled)
headphone and enjoy high-quality audio in no time.
AptX-HD Bluetooth codec isn't supported on any iOS devices
(Accept for Macbook and iMac) Think AAC is Apple's answer to that
Sure there isn't a Bluetooth 5.0 head phone available that
supports both aptX-HD and AAC. I rather it works with aptX-HD if
I had to select one though.
On 11/12/2019 10:05 PM, Hamit Campos wrote:
Really the IPhone 8? Wow never knew that. I have an XR. But
wait for lausless you need APTX. I don't know if Iphones have
APTX. Some androids do though. Wish I had something with APTX
because my Onkyo TX-SR 373 5.1 AVR will support it.
On 11/12/2019 9:04 PM, Kenny wrote:
Have a Pixel 3 XL (Android) and iPhone 8 (iOS) phone. Both use
Bluetooth 5.0 technology.
On 11/12/2019 8:20 PM, Hamit Campos wrote:
What are you using that has bluetooth 5.0?
On 11/12/2019 6:38 PM, Kenny wrote:
Getting my list ready for Black Friday.
I'm looking to purchase a good pair of 5.0 high-resolution
Bluetooth headphones for getting the most out of my
collection of Lossless .FLAC Jazz collection.
Don't care about price. Just want a pair of headphones that
literally place me in audio heaven when I set them on my
ears, and listen to Louis Armstrong, Nina Simone, Count
Basie and Grover Washington Jr. through them.
Your life is like a penny. You're going to lose it. The question is:
you spend it?
John Covici wb2una