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LDAC is an audio coding technology developed by Sony, which allows streaming audio over Bluetooth connections up to 990 kbit/s at 24 bit/96 kHz (also called high-resolution audio). It is used by various Sony products, including headphones, smartphones, portable media players, active speakers and home theaters. LDAC is a lossy codec, which employs a hybrid coding scheme based on the MDCT to provide more efficient data compression. Its main competitor is Qualcomm's aptX-HD technology.
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- Official website
- LDAC codec source code in the Android Open Source Project
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