Oppo’s hi-res audio chip could finally make wireless earbuds sound as good as wired

Oppo may have set a new standard for wire-free hi-fi (and crucially, earbuds), after it unveiled a new Bluetooth chip it claims is capable of lossless hi-res audio.

Developed in-house, the company says its new MariSilicon Y SoC can transmit 24-bit/192kHz audio, which is above the bit depth and sampling rate of CDs – a feat that Oppo says is a first for the industry. 

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