Wireless speakers with apt-X encoding - any good?

By Ruben
Apr 15, 2010
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  1. I was looking for a wireless speaker to place in the lobby in a phone shop so that people who buy phones there can test wireless audio streaming.

    I did my some research but it seems most speakers lag and have poor audio quality. I almost gave up on this project when I found out that auld good creative labs came up with something that might just work for my client. Has anyone use this or any other wireless speaker with apt-X encoding? Are they as good as the product specs claim?
  2. nismo91

    nismo91 TechSpot Maniac Posts: 999   +11

    the thing i hate about bluetooth speakers are they require pairing, which is a hassle if you are playing with multiple phones. sound quality is acceptable for me though, there will be some resolution loss but it's fine since i don't expect them much.
  3. Ruben

    Ruben Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 105

    thanks for this comment. Yeah, I would defenitely need do some testing before I can use it in the shop. I might settle for one of the cheaper ones d100 or d200.
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