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Oneplus7T aptx Low Latency (LL) support? via OnePlus 7T

  1. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 3, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 3, 2020 :
    I was looking to get a Bluetooth reciever/earphones supporting apt x LL
    Wanted to know if my phone supports it. Couldnt find related threads for the oneplus 7/7T series.
    Thanks in anticipation.
     

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  2. Venkatesh_Shiga
    Eclair Jan 3, 2020

    Venkatesh_Shiga , Jan 3, 2020 :
    Hi,

    After going through the aptx.com got to know that aptx ll is a feature that is achieved from the audio device itself.

    The aptX LL is described as "Approximately 40ms latency achieved from Audio adapter running aptX Low Latency encoder in embedded Bluetooth device".

    OnePlus 7T don't have to do anything with this as aptX LL is a Wireless Audio device specific technology or feature.

    Hope this helps.
     

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  3. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 3, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 3, 2020 :
    So basically, aptxLL should work on all android 9 or above devices right ? (if the audio device supports it)
     

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  4. Sheppards
    Jelly Bean Jan 3, 2020

    Sheppards , Jan 3, 2020 :
    aptx is definitely there, I have headphones that work, and show the pop up on the screen
     

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  5. KeepTransisting
    The Lab - OnePlus 7 Pro Reviewer Jan 3, 2020

    KeepTransisting , Jan 3, 2020 :
    aptX and aptX LL are two different things.
     

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  6. Sheppards
    Jelly Bean Jan 3, 2020

    Sheppards , Jan 3, 2020 :
    aptx is already low (reduced) latency, I wasn't aware of anything extra besides this.

    and now I have no idea if it's supported or not [e]1f44d[/e]
     

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  7. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 3, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 3, 2020 :
    aptxLL is even lower latency than aptx ideal for gaming etc
     

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  8. fragargon
    Jelly Bean Jan 3, 2020

    fragargon , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 3, 2020 :
    Hi,
    There are 2 variant. aptX- HD and aptX-LL.

    Here is a short definition:

    There are two types of aptX you’ll see on most devices today. There is Qualcomm aptX HD and aptX low-latency. The HD version supports 24bit/48kHz LPCM audio data which is better than CD-quality (44kHz/16bit) to better enhance audio quality. As for low latency Bluetooth headphones, this version is best suited when watching movies and playing games as it reduces delay and ensures the audio is synchronized with the video. It supports a latency of less than 40ms and 48kHz / 16bit LPCM audio data.

    I dont'used aptX-LL as the device don't have that codec embedded.

    M2C
     

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  9. NahbiCris
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2020

    NahbiCris , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :
    well I was checking the codecs that appear in the developer options this is what we can choose:

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    there is no APTX low latency
     

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  10. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 4, 2020


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  11. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 4, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :
    Im aware of the codecs, LDAC is the best for audiophiles and I do enjoy that, however i wanted to know about the aptxLL(for gaming) which doesn't seem to be there which is seconded by your reply offcourse. Cheers!
     

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  12. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 4, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :


    Venkatesh_Shiga

    Hi,

    After going through the aptx.com got to know that aptx ll is a feature that is achieved from the audio device itself.

    The aptX LL is described as "Approximately 40ms latency achieved from Audio adapter running aptX Low Latency encoder in embedded Bluetooth device".

    OnePlus 7T don't have to do anything with this as aptX LL is a Wireless Audio device specific technology or feature.

    Hope this helps.​


    It seems the phone also needs to have the codec embeded which can be done by a software update probably(not yet supported it seems)
     

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  13. NahbiCris
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2020


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  14. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 4, 2020


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  15. NahbiCris
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2020

    NahbiCris , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :
    well I have a FIIO BTR3 (this support LL) , I tried today using aptx and playing Call of duty I listen some lag but I don't know if it could be made by my internet which game do you think that could be a better option to try?
     

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  16. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 4, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :
    Yeah, i was also looking to get shanlingUP2 (similar specs to BTR3)
    i guess bluetooth shall never be good enough for gaming
     

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  17. arnav3105
    Froyo Jan 4, 2020

    arnav3105 , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :
    Ill put this in the feedback and suggestions section with screenshots, you should too. Maybe a future update supports it.
     

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  18. NahbiCris
    Jelly Bean Jan 4, 2020

    NahbiCris , via OnePlus 7T , Jan 4, 2020 :
    I hope so. I will do that of course.
     

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  19. carrotcake
    Cupcake Mar 29, 2020

    carrotcake , Mar 29, 2020 :
    Sorry for the late reply. Just to clarify, what Venka said is right. Aptx LL is achieved from the device itself.

    Quote from aptx website "Approximately 40ms latency achieved from Audio adapter running aptX encoder in embedded Bluetooth device".

    I have three true wireless earphones, one doesn't have delay at all while gaming (earphone with aptx LL encoder) and the other two having delays (earphone without aptx LL).

    Cheers.

     

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