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Q: Is LDAC better than aptX?
A: The 990 and 660kbps bit rates are about as good as CD quality, but quickly lose fidelity above 20kHz. Smartphones rarely pick the 990kbps option when connecting to LDAC equipment. For good quality and a highly stable connection, aptX and even SBC are better choices than LDAC 330kbps.
Q: How to get LDAC working on PC?
A: Working Solution for LDAC from Windows – No additional hardware required I was able to get 96khz audio output from Windows 10 PC working with my WH1000xm3’s. I passthrough my generic old bluetooth adapter to a Linux VM and then connect my headphones to this Linux VM directly.
Q: What devices support LDAC?
A: LDAC (codec) LDAC is a proprietary audio coding technology developed by Sony, which allows streaming high-resolution audio over Bluetooth connections at up to 990 kbps at 32 bit/96 kHz. It is used by various Sony products, including headphones, earphones, smartphones, portable media players, active speakers and home theaters .
Q: Does Windows support LDAC?
A: Tech Forums are frequently showing posts of people looking for a way to get their Windows 10 laptop or Mac to send LDAC audio. Android has native support for LDAC which is amazing. But iPhone/Mac/Windows users are left behind. It’s high time Apple or Microsoft start embracing a high bandwidth audio codec, preferably LDAC.