Qualcomm Launches 2nd-Gen S3 Audio Adapter Solution for Wireless Audio Experience

Qualcomm launched a new solution for the second-generation S3 audio platform (QCC3086), second-generation Qualcomm S3 Audio Adapter solution is designed specifically for Bluetooth adapters and offers several new features to enhance your wireless audio experience.

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Exciting new features is game latency, solution achieves the lowest game latency so far, with an ultra-low latency of less than 20 milliseconds when paired with a corresponding headset. This brings a latency comparable to professional gaming headsets, making it an excellent choice for gaming enthusiasts.

In audio playback, new solution offers audiophile-level audio streaming performance, supports 24-bit 96kHz and may support higher-resolution audio playback in the future.

New solution is also a dual-mode solution that supports LE Audio (Low Power Audio) technology, which means it can support both classic Bluetooth and LE Audio, makes it compatible with many devices, such as phones and audio devices, that do not support LE Audio, with new solution can now realize the functions of LE Audio and enjoy best audio experience.

2nd-gen S3 audio adapter solution also brings several new experiences through LE Audio, including Auracastâ„¢ broadcast audio. This is a one-to-many broadcast audio function that offers enhanced audio experience for stereo audio recording and games.

Snapdragon Sound technology and LE Audio together bring an enhanced audio experience for stereo audio recording and games, such as stereo audio recording, which can realize simultaneous recording of left and right ears, that is, real stereo high-definition recording.

Moreover, the new solution can achieve an ultra-low game latency of less than 20 milliseconds when paired with a corresponding headset. This is comparable to the latency performance of e-sports headsets based on 2.4G proprietary protocols.

Of product form, 2nd-generation S3 audio solution mainly for Bluetooth adapters, Bluetooth transmitters, audio devices, or wireless microphones that support LE Audio. Solution can also be made into a “USB-C plug” and Bluetooth adapter integrated solution. This means that a phone that originally did not support Snapdragon/LE Audio can be connected to the USB-C interface of the phone and transformed into a Snapdragon/LE Audio-enabled product.

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