I’ve read two separate threads about aptX on this forum but I’m not convinced I’ve found the answer so I wanted to post a specific question. Apologies if I don’t have the understanding to decipher it from those existing threads.
Will the Fairphone 4 allow me to play LossLess 24 bit/96KHz audio with the
NuraTrue Pro earbuds?
According to the Nura support site:
To achieve Lossless Audio your device will need to support Qualcomm aptX Lossless, meaning it will need to use Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1 Mobile Platform
Is this true of the Fairphone 4? And, if not, would their
audio transmitter give me this if I plugged it into the USB-C port?
At least at the moment (with current OS update) it won’t work - as aptX does not seem to work:
I seem to have a problem with Bluetooth audio after updating to Android 12. It simply doesn’t play. Is anyone experiencing the same problem? I have tried to clear Bluetooth cache, unpair and restart, but that doesn’t help.
Maybe after the fix (
Bluetooth audio bug on Android 12 - #20 by Yasen_Tomov) this might work…
At least aptX HD is supported, but that’s capped at about 600kbit/s, so you definitely won’t be getting the full 24/96 signal. Sony’s LDAC is supported as well, with bitrates up to about 1mbps.
Which the FP4 doesn’t, so the answer is clearly no.
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