What’s still being discovered about Bluetooth are some of the advanced features that have been in the specifications for years, but device manufacturers are just starting to implement. One such feature is Bluetooth’s Advanced Audio Distribution Profile, or A2DP. Basic audio in the Bluetooth specification provides a very narrow frequency response that is optimized for voice communication—great for speech, lousy for music. By contrast, A2DP allows high-fidelity audio to be streamed from one Bluetooth device to another.
Check it out over at Blue Tomorrow.
Bluetooth A2DP: Streaming Music From Your Cell Phone
Posted on Thursday, Feb 15 2007 @ 08:28 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck