LE Audio Through A Technical Lens

The word ‘Bluetooth’ has for a long time been synonymous with wireless audio playback – it is the de facto standard that almost every wireless audio device conforms to, and it has been for the last decade. Today, the Bluetooth that is used for audio transfers to headphones and speakers is the Bluetooth Classic protocol, not to be confused with the Bluetooth Low Energy (LE) protocol.

Read more in this blog from Nordic Semiconductor.

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