Did you know our products support lossless streaming?
Jarre Technologies has one thing in mind and that is to stay on top of the game when it comes to technology. We all agreed that lossless streaming was the way to go! As the name suggests, this technology helps streaming music without any loss of data, in return providing a seamless music experience.
It all happens when streaming the audio from your phone/tablet to the speaker. In most cases the audio gets first compressed and then sent over to the speaker. During this compression process there would most likely be data loss.
Our products benefit from a technology (APTX) that avoids this type of data loss. While streaming from your phone to our speaker, data loss will be minimised by the APTX codec, making sure the quality of the audio streamed through our device is up to our standards.
The aptX is basically a two-way deal. You will need both devices to support aptX in order to be able to benefit of lossless streaming. Firstly, you will need your phone, tablet or any other streaming device to support aptX codec. Then you will need one of our speakers that supports aptX.
Does my phone support aptX?
Well, this is up to you to find out. We spent some time to put together a few links to the list of devices that support lossless streaming (APTX codec).
- Phones – http://www.aptx.com/category/phones
- Tablet – http://www.aptx.com/category/tablets
- Media Palyers – http://www.aptx.com/category/music-media-players
How do i know that my Jarre Technologies product supports Lossless streaming?
Look for the aptX logo on the packaging of your product in order to find out if it is supported.
Anyway, here below is a list of Jarre Technologies products that support the aptX:
AeroSkull HD + http://jarre.com/products/jarre-technologies/aeroskull-hd
AeroBull HD http://jarre.com/products/jarre-technologies/aerobull
AeroSkull XS + http://jarre.com/products/jarre-technologies/aerobull
This is cool! Where can I read more about this?
We Googled some interesting articles, so you don’t have to!
What Lossless File Formats Are & Why You Shouldn’t Convert Lossy to Lossless: http://www.howtogeek.com/142174/what-lossless-file-formats-are-why-you-shouldnt-convert-lossy-to-lossless/
Audio file format: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Audio_file_format