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aptx HD support for Galaxy Note 9

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Wow, so the Sony phone won't actually do HD either?
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@Swircle987 wrote:
Wow, so the Sony phone won't actually do HD either?

Which? My XZP does, you just need to enable it like aptx HD under each individual Bluetooth device.

Observer
Thanks for the tip on the Earstudio ES100. Maybe I won't have to trade my phone in after all. That said, it'll be fun explaining what this dongle is doing hanging outside of phone [sarcasm].

Still, can use it for my computer, too, so that's cool.
Pathfinder

@Swircle987 wrote:
Wow, so the Sony phone won't actually do HD either?

Yeah, they do.Screenshot_20190711-115646.png

 

Observer
Right on, I will have to consider that phone then ... .
Observer
Nice. Might trade my $1000 Galaxy phone for a $500 Sony phone just to have the HD ... .
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@Swircle987 wrote:
Nice. Might trade my $1000 Galaxy phone for a $500 Sony phone just to have the HD ... .

Latest Sony has loads of options lol...Screenshot_20190711-121201.png

 

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@Swircle987 wrote:
Nice. Might trade my $1000 Galaxy phone for a $500 Sony phone just to have the HD ... .

Not if you love your Samsung so much... Btw I'm no longer using my XZP but a Note 8. So I'm using LDAC from note 8 to es100, which powers a headphone via a short cable.

Apprentice

I should've gone with the Huawei P30 Pro. Samsung built a great phone bit purposely handicapped it by choosing to not support APTX HD and Quick Charge 4.0. Huawei is truly a flagship phone. My next phone will not be a Samsung. Huawei for the win.

Observer

Screenshot_20190802-140634_Settings.jpgIt's in the bluetooth settings under the specific device your using. Just tap the settings symbol to the right of your bluetooth device name and turn LDAC on. Everything else will automatically be set to the highest settings except the 660 kbps or best effort, you want to manually set that to 990 kbps by 909 kbps everytime you reconnect your bluetooth device.

 

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