The Bluetooth SIG announces the completion of the LE Audio specification and bring in Auracast broadcast audio
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The Bluetooth SIG announces the completion of the LE Audio specification and bring in Auracast broadcast audio.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (Bluetooth SIG) announced that it has completed the full set of specifications that define the next generation of Bluetooth Low Energy Audio (LE Audio).
In the new specification, wireless audio performance has been improved, support for hearing aids has been added, and Auracast broadcast audio has been introduced, a new Bluetooth feature that will enhance the way users interact with others and the world around them.
Mark Powell, CEO of the Bluetooth SIG said:
“Today is a proud day for the members of the Bluetooth SIG community. Our members overcame many of the challenges they faced over the past few years to complete the largest specification development project in Bluetooth SIG history. LE Audio expands wireless audio Market possibilities, including the introduction of Auracast broadcast audio, a new Bluetooth feature that promises to provide consumers with a life-changing audio experience, bring friends and family closer together, and make public spaces more accessible and enjoyable. I can’t wait to see See the innovation that LE Audio brings.”
LE Audio uses the new LC3 codec, which delivers better audio quality at less than half the bit rate compared to SBC, and improves device battery life.
In addition to introducing new capabilities for Bluetooth audio, LE Audio also provides a new, flexible architecture that provides an ideal platform for future wireless audio innovations.
The Bluetooth SIG is still working on it, and more may be added in the future. New features and functionality.
In addition, the introduction of Auracast broadcast audio also enhances the wireless audio experience, bringing the ability to share audio.
Auracast Broadcast Audio can broadcast audio to an unlimited number of nearby Bluetooth receiving devices, which users can share with friends or family, and use Auracast Broadcast Audio-enabled headphones to listen to music together.
Another use of this function is to listen to the broadcast from the public address system in public places, such as train stations or airports, to get important information and reminders at the first time.
The Bluetooth SIG also announced that it will initiate certification of LE Audio-related products, with the first products expected to include Auracast broadcast audio available in the coming months.
The Bluetooth SIG hopes to increase the number of LE Audio-related products available to consumers before the year-end holidays.
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