Qualcomm announce Snapdragon Sound for High Quality Wireless Audio

Qualcomm announce Snapdragon Sound for High Quality Wireless Audio

Wireless audio devices can be see a loss in quality because of the limited amount of bandwidth you carry over the air. Qualcomm wants to highlight these issues and come up with a solution to these problems. The company is launching its all-new Snapdragon Sound platform through which they have promised their users high quality and low latency when it comes to wireless audio. 

 Qualcomm is looking to introduce their 800 series chips with a new FastConnect 6900 connectivity system. However, for headsets and earbuds, Qualcomm is looking to roll out the QCC514x, QCC515x, and QCC3056 series Bluetooth Audio SoCs.

In addition, the SoCs will come with support for aptX Adaptive and many other features which will improve the overall audio experience that a user will get. In contrast, this feature is can deliver a high quality  24-bit 96 kHz audio with minimal latency and according to the company this will be 45% better than any other rival audio systems in the market. As for calls, you get aptX Voice codec as well as Active Noise Cancellation (ANC).

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The main benefits of these new features will be that they will minimize the interference that people often suffer from WiFi and Bluetooth signals and in turn, will provide an amazing audio experience even in the most crowded of places. The new system will also make it easier for the user to pair his/her devices even they are brand new. 

It should also be noted that, Xiaomi, the Chinese smartphone company and technology giant was one of the first companies who announced that they will be incorporating the Snapdragon Sound platform. In addition to Xiaomi, audio equipment maker Audio-Technica has also expressed their desire to use this platform in their technology. OAmazon Music has also made sure there will be no shortage of high-quality audio content to listen to with Qualcomm’s new hardware.


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