"We know that our customers want the convenience of a wireless audio connection but without losing any of the quality that a wired device gives them," said a spokesperson at Philips. "Giving our customers immersive and crystal-clear sound, whether it's wired or wireless, is paramount, so we tested a number of solutions. We chose aptX because it easily achieves the highest-quality Bluetooth stereo audio on the market."
Philips is the latest high-profile brand to join the ever growing aptX ecosystem with over 150 manufacturers now using aptX in a range of devices including smartphones, wireless headphones and portable speakers. "Philips has played a significant role in shaping wireless audio technology and is an expert in audio quality, so we're delighted that the company has chosen aptX," said
"As consumer demand grows for both wireless devices and high-quality audio, aptX is perfectly placed to help consumers lose the wires without losing audio quality," continued Murray. "With millions more audio source devices, including the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One, containing aptX, consumers can also be assured that their aptX powered Bluetooth accessories will be compatible with their smartphone or other source device."
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