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Jhenn
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Sep 7, 2019

Re: QuietComfort 35 II Hi-Res Audio

Just piggybacking on this chain here. I’m a new purchaser of the Quiet Comfort 35 II’s and am selecting a streaming option to fit my needs. I can choose .mp3, 44.1khz, or 192khz. The 192khz is significantly higher resolution and also more expensive.

 

My understanding from this thread is that the QC 35 II’s can only playback at a fidelity of 44.1khz and as such, There wouldn’t be any reason to purchase the higher fidelity option. Correct?

FierceVinegar
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Re: QuietComfort 35 II Hi-Res Audio

im confused i thought those codecs were for blutooth only, if i use a 3.5mm headphone jack i wont get 24bit audio? and it will cap at 320 regardless?