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Topic: xHE-AAC. Is it ready yet? Any encoders out there? (Read 35348 times) previous topic - next topic
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Re: xHE-AAC. Is it ready yet? Any encoders out there?

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Sony 360 Reality Audio currently requires the music provider to explicitly support it, as well as compatible speakers or headphones
How will the "compatible headphones" differ from normal headphones? Wont it just render it for 2 channel headphones?

 

Re: xHE-AAC. Is it ready yet? Any encoders out there?

Reply #76
There are some real multichannel headphones https://www.headphonedungeon.com/guide-to-surround-sound-headphones/

Also MPEG-H 3D Audio will be great for new modes like 5.1, 7.1 ... 22.2 channels, including some comments or height channels, without increasing too much bandwidth for Netflix, etc.

 
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