The BTR1 uses an AK4376 DAC to handle its digital-decoding duties. Compared to the typical integrated Bluetooth music solution, you'll notice the ability to higher sample rates and resolutions (up to 384 kHz / 32-bit), as well as a noticeably better output power and signal-to-noise ratio. All of this will help you bring your music closer to how it was intended to be heard, even over Bluetooth.
The BTR1 supports Bluetooth 4.2 with an effective transmission distance of up to 10m. It works with SBC and aptX audio formats, supporting Bluetooth voice calls by means of its built-in omnidirectional microphone, located on the back of the unit.
The BTR1 is compatible with both iOS and Android Devices, and supports both TRS and TRRS headphones. As the BTR1 has been designed with its own controls and microphone, any inline remote/mic in your headphones will be disabled.
The built-in rechargeable lithium battery charges to full capacity in two hours. It lasts up to eight hours at a clip. The battery sports a 205mAh battery capacity. The blue and red lights on the BTR1 instantly show you if your unit is on, pairing, exhibiting low battery, or charging.
The BTR1 sports a sleek, aluminum-alloy body finished in black. Its compact, yet stylish design fits easily in your pocket or clips to your backpack shoulder strap. On the front of the BTR1 is a single button that accomplishes many tasks, such as turning the unit on and off, playing and pausing, pairing with Bluetooth devices, activating EQ, and other operations. On the side are two volume keys that can be easily found and operated within your pocket.
The BTR1 sports reverb, spatial effects for 3D simulation, and other special effects to enhance your movie watching, gaming, or listening experience.
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