V-MODA - Crossfade Wireless Promotion
Sorry, at this time iOS devices (such as iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touch) do not support the aptX Bluetooth codec. Mac OS does however, so please scroll down for further information.
Not sure if your device supports aptX™? Please visit Qualcomm's aptX product page here: https://www.aptx.com/products and filter by product and/or brand to begin searching. Many popular Android devices (such as the latest Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets) support aptX, as well as Notebooks, PCs, and headphones. While iOS devices do not, Mac OS does (please scroll down for more info).

V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless - Rose Gold with aptX

Forza Metallo Wireless and the the rose gold model of Crossfade 2 Wireless feature the Qualcomm aptX™ audio codec for near CD-quality sound over Bluetooth which allows for the best wireless listening experience available.

MAC OS SUPPORTS QUALCOMM APTX
MacBook users: great news! Your MacBook supports Qualcomm aptX and you can easily discover what codec it is streaming over Bluetooth audio by holding down the option key and checking your paired device settings on the menu bar as you can see below:

Mac OS aptX

ABOUT APTX
The Qualcomm® aptX™ audio coding algorithm originated in the late 1980s at Queen's University Belfast. This innovative work was focused on bit rate reduction and achieved significant bit rate efficienies while preserving audio quality.

aptX™ has been the best kept secret of the professional audio industry, used by major public broadcasters and film studios around the world. Now available on leading consumer devices, aptX™ enables music lovers to enjoy the rich listening experience that aptX™ delivers.*

*Source: aptx.com

QUALCOMM® aptX™

V-MODA Crossfade 2 Wireless - Rose Gold with aptX

Forza Metallo Wireless and the the rose gold model of Crossfade 2 Wireless feature the Qualcomm aptX™ audio codec for near CD-quality sound over Bluetooth which allows for the best wireless listening experience available.

MAC OS SUPPORTS QUALCOMM APTX
MacBook users: great news! Your MacBook supports Qualcomm aptX and you can easily discover what codec it is streaming over Bluetooth audio by holding down the option key and checking your paired device settings on the menu bar as you can see below:

Mac OS aptX

ABOUT APTX
The Qualcomm® aptX™ audio coding algorithm originated in the late 1980s at Queen's University Belfast. This innovative work was focused on bit rate reduction and achieved significant bit rate efficienies while preserving audio quality.

aptX™ has been the best kept secret of the professional audio industry, used by major public broadcasters and film studios around the world. Now available on leading consumer devices, aptX™ enables music lovers to enjoy the rich listening experience that aptX™ delivers.*

*Source: aptx.com