The SUBPAC X1 includes both Bluetooth A2DP and the next version Bluetooth LE Audio. You have the following options for Bluetooth headphones:
Bluetooth A2DP – this is the technology most headphones currently use.
- Android: for phones that support two Bluetooth outputs, connect both headphones and SUBPAC X1 via Bluetooth. use the synchronization setting in the SUBPAC app to bring audio and SUBPAC X1 in sync.
- *iOS: Apple currently does not allow third-parties to use this feature. Until then, use an external Bluetooth transmitter on SUBPAC output and use the synchronization setting in SUBPAC app to bring audio and SUBPAC X1 in sync
- macOS: Connect both SUBPAC X1 and headphones via Bluetooth. In the Audio MIDI setup, create a Multiple Output device and select your headphones and your SUBPAC. If the two are not in sync, select the device that is delayed in the Master Clock option.
- Bluetooth® LE Audio – this is the next version of Bluetooth® audio and has not yet been released. The SUBPAC® X1 has full hardware support for this and will be enabled with a firmware upgrade. Bluetooth® LE Audio will allow connection from your phone to Bluetooth® LE Audio headphones and multiple SUBPAC®s.
Please see the SUBPAC® C1 pro wireless box for added wireless capabilities.