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I cant find any confirmation anywhere. Does anyone know?

If it is not supported, is support planned?

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As you can find on wikipedia Apt-X is a "family of proprietary audio codecs". That's another way of saying they want money for it. While open source is good in many things, it's a legal problem to circumvent Apt-X patents and implement it without paying.

Hence, at present Apt-X support on Linux is very unlikely, at least as long it is not as widely spread as say mp3...

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