I understand why Bluetooth has issues with latency, but what is unclear to me is why we're still using lossy compression codecs for it. The latest state-of-the-art (at least according to the marketing department) is aptX-HD, which totally doesn't make sense to me. It's still lossy, yet instead of trying to get closer to lossless it rather adds 24-bit sounds which is, for the most part, useless to the consumer.
Meanwhile, full CD-quality sound uses about 176KBytes/s (or about 1.5MBit/s) which is well within reach of modern Bluetooth speeds. Why doesn't anyone do that, which, I think, would be much more meaningful for sound quality.