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Old 06-07-2011, 11:31 AM
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I have been testing the Creative ZiiSound D5 and its turning out to be quite a nice sounding pair of speakers. It uses an audio codec that gets wrapped into Bluetooth A2DP called Apt-X. It offers CD quality bandwidth so it basically has the quality of a wired connection. Sennhieser uses it in their Bluetooth headphones, Shure uses it for live performance products, and it seems to be used in a lot of pro audio setups.

This is my first experience with this and am pretty impressed. Has anyone else had any experience with these Apt-X enabled products? Is this the sound quality jump that makes bluetooth legitimate?
Hello EnzoTen, I am considering on buying this same speakers.

I just have a specific doubt, should I install the codec on the emitter unit (this case my HTC HD2) for this to work?

If not, does that mean every bluethoot device already sends full quality audio and the receivers are the ones that crop it?
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