Denon Selects aptX® Codec for New Globe Cruiser Bluetooth® Headset Line
aptX deployments in consumer wireless audio continue to grow at an astonishing rate(PresseBox) (Cambridge, UK and Sunnyvale, California, USA, )
"For the past 100 years, Denon Electronics has consistently delivered audio excellence to its customers through a myriad of audio products, and is known for doing exhaustive consumer research into sound quality," said Anthony Murray, Business Group SVP of CSR. "CSR aptX technology is the de facto standard for superior Bluetooth audio streaming, and by selecting it, Denon has ensured their customers will experience the best possible Bluetooth stereo sound. Denon products are the latest addition to the aptX ecosystem, which continues to grow at an astonishing rate."
Other recent aptX milestones include deployments in products from Samsung, including tablets and headsets, as well as from HTC, Motorola, Nokia, Monster, Sennheiser, Creative, and many others. CSR aptX audio coding technology solves the problem of inferior Bluetooth audio quality, delivering improved, high-fidelity sound comparable to the CD quality consumers have come to expect from their electronic devices and home entertainment systems.
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