Next-Gen Bluetooth Module Extends Available CODECs

Audio Precision’s next-generation Bluetooth I/O module for its APx Series audio analyzers offers all the capabilities and features of its predecessor, while delivering a wider selection of A2DP codecs. It also provides faster pair and connection times, a bigger feature set within APx500 measurement software, and improved RF shielding for use in production test environments. The Duo module expands the list of A2DP codecs to include AAC, aptX, aptX-HD, aptX-LL and SBC. It can act as either source or sink for each of the supported A2DP codecs.


Additionally, Bluetooth Duo can share analog, digital, chip-level I2S and TDM protocols, PDM or HDMI interface capabilities installed in an APx555, APx52x Series or APx58x Series analyzer. APx500 measurement software provides access to a long list of Bluetooth settings and parameters, while allowing automation of connection, pairing, and settings commands in a stepped sequence for production test applications.

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For more information, a datasheet is available for your perusal. Audio Precision Inc., Beaverton, OR. 800-231-7350

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