LeEco announces CDLA Audio Standard with USB Type-C output

    LeEco is getting rid of the 3.5mm headset jack, and that is going to happen with the inclusion of a new Audio standard that the company has announced at the event in China.

    Called as CDLA (Continual Digital Lossless Audio), this standard is made to ensure a lossless audio output. The audio will be sent through USB Type-C jack on the phones and the customized chip on the audio headset will give a lossless audio.


    Type C Audio

    While announcing the standard, LeEco also talked about its partnership with FIIL, the headphones brand, who will be soon selling headphones that support this standard and USB audio.

    The CDLA standard is now certified in China, as the announcement of the same was done by the head of Music Association in China.

    CDLA Standard

    CDLA Type-C

    The second generation Le Superphones that are announced today are going to support the CDLA standard. We will add more information about the technology and how it works, very soon. Stay tuned for the same.

    Chetan Bhawani
    Chetan Bhawani
    Chetan founded Gizmo Times, after writing at a few other places, and though being a Dentist, he loves to stay connected to technology, and thus, Gizmo Times is here.

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