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  • Pri3st
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APT-X
Reply #25
This is the only receiver that I have found. It has a 3.5 mm male jack so you need to find a female to female adaptor.

http://www.my-uplay.co.uk/br/front.htm

  • dtrainor
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Reply #26
AFAIK there isn't an apt-X Bluetooth receiver with a conventional headphone socket currently available. However, we are working directly with a company on a product that will have this capability. It's probably a few months away from commercial release.

Regards,
David


Hi David,

Can you tell more about this apt-X Bluetooth receiver with a conventional headphone socket? Has it been released by now?

I'm looking for an apt-X Bluetooth capable receiver that could be used with my mobile audio setup (audio fed from mobile phone to IEMs). The receiver would have to be battery powered and relatively lightweight. The upcoming Nokia N9 transmits apt-X Bluetooth.

Best Regards,
atlantic



Atlantic,

There have been a few Bluetooth receivers released with apt-X capability that connect to conventional audio equipment using RCA phono / 3.5 mm jack. One is the QED uplay mentioned by Pri3st in a previous post. Another is the Chordette Gem from Chord Electronics

http://www.chordelectronics.co.uk/products-info.asp?id=53

Note that neither of these receivers are battery-powered nor do they have a direct headphone out, so I guess they're still not exactly what you wanted for your original application.

Regards,
David

APT-X
Reply #27
I wonder if there any possibility to save decoded AptX stream? AFAIK there is no software implementation of the codec so far. Can any of AptX-enabled USB dongles receive AptX stream (Audio Sink)? I found only the two promising ones:
http://www.mavintec.com/pro_mbd-200.eng.html
http://www.aziocorp.com/product/wireless/bt/btd-v400.htm
keeping audio clear together - soundexpert.org

  • beng
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APT-X
Reply #28
Hi,
Could someone please answer this one:
the Samsung Galaxy S3 Android phone supports Apt-X out of the box;
now if I replace the original rom with a custom rom, will I loose the Apt-X support (in other word, is the implementation of Apt-x in the phone hardware or software based?)
Thanks a lot
beng

  • beng
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APT-X
Reply #29
Hi,
Could someone please answer this one:
the Samsung Galaxy S3 Android phone supports Apt-X out of the box;
now if I replace the original rom with a custom rom, will I loose the Apt-X support (in other word, is the implementation of Apt-x in the phone hardware or software based?)
Thanks a lot
beng

Hi
Found the answer: yes, if you replace the default samsung rom with another rom not based on a samsung original rom, you will lose it
SO could it be as simple as extracting:
- libbluetooth_jni.so (?),
- libbt-aptx-4.0.3.so,
- libbt-codec.so (?),
- libbt-codec-aptx.so
from /system/lib from the default rom
and copy these into the /system/lib of the desired rom with the same permissions?
Thanks
Beng

  • saratoga
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Reply #30
If you want to hack ROMs, XDA would be a better place to ask.