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A codec for high-quality audio.

See: Codec

In phones, the most common use of aptX is as an optional codec for the Bluetooth A2DP profile, permitting higher-quality stereo audio for wireless headsets and car audio over Bluetooth.

See: Bluetooth

See: A2DP

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