Aventho wireless supports the Qualcomm® aptX™ HD, Qualcomm® aptX™ and AAC codecs.
Make sure that your playback device also supports an audio codec over and above the SBC codec implemented as standard.
The particular codecs your playback device supports can be found in the data sheet for the respective playback device, with high-quality Android devices typically supporting Qualcomm® aptX™ and Apple devices, on the other hand, AAC. (All support SBC.)
The playback device and Aventho wireless always communicate automatically based on the highest-quality codec available.
Moreover, we recommend always leaving the volume on the playback device set to the highest level and simply adjusting the actual playback volume on the headset.
Quick introduction to Bluetooth®-Codecs:
To listen to music via Bluetooth® , you need not only the corresponding headphones but also a Bluetooth®-enabled playback device, such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop. The audio files are then transferred to the headphones via Bluetooth® from the output device. During transmission, the data of the individual songs are compressed. This can result in sound losses.
This is where the different Bluetooth® codecs come into play. The codecs SBC, abtX™ and AAC were specially developed for an almost loss-free transmission of audio data.