There is a seperate volume control from the headphones. They also removed the limitation of the bit rate in the audio area. That brings you to a full 24-bit/384kHz audio through up-sampling.
However, if you are on a Windows machine, you can only play back a 24 / 96kHz, but if you download a driver from Cambridge Audio, you can get 24-bit/192 kHz.
We also learn about the BT-100, a bluetooth receiver. It’s an extra for the device and plugs into a special port. It uses the Aptex Bluetooth audio Codec (less compression, better audio). That means your Bluetooth will also get 24-bit /384 kHz sound.
Interview by Scott Ertz of F5 Live for the TechPodcast Network.
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