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* Website: http://www.aptx.com/content.asp?site=2&page=111&pt=apt-X+Audio+Compression
* Website: http://www.aptx.com/Technology-Portfolio.aspx


apt-X is audio codec. There are Standard apt-X, Enhanced apt-X and apt-X Live.
apt-X is an established audio coding technology for high-performance applications in broadcast, pro audio, consumer electronics, and gaming. The technology is developed and licensed out by APTX, a privately-owned company which previously traded as Audio Processing Technology or APT.
 
There are several variants of apt-X, each optimised for key applications in audio-over-networks (eg, AoIP, Massively Multi-player On-line Gaming) and wireless audio (for microphones, speakers, Bluetooth headphones, cordless intercoms, etc): standard apt-X, Enhanced apt-X, apt-X Live, and apt-X Lossless.
 
For more up-to-date information, visit the apt-X entry on Wikipedia.


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Revision as of 07:02, 25 September 2009

apt-X is an established audio coding technology for high-performance applications in broadcast, pro audio, consumer electronics, and gaming. The technology is developed and licensed out by APTX, a privately-owned company which previously traded as Audio Processing Technology or APT.

There are several variants of apt-X, each optimised for key applications in audio-over-networks (eg, AoIP, Massively Multi-player On-line Gaming) and wireless audio (for microphones, speakers, Bluetooth headphones, cordless intercoms, etc): standard apt-X, Enhanced apt-X, apt-X Live, and apt-X Lossless.

For more up-to-date information, visit the apt-X entry on Wikipedia.