BluDento are able to change the "BLUETOOTH ID" for pairing instead of the default "B2" ID. However you will have to leave us a note when ordering.
AptX HD, aptX Low Latency, aptX Classic, MP3, AAC, SBC, WAV, FLAC and DSD audio codecs. Built-In DAC: TI / Burr Brown PCM5102A; PCM interface: 32bit, 384kHz(Max).
Supports 48kHz / 24bit LPCM audio data. Receiver sensitivity (basic rate, typical): - 90dBm. Audio Outputs: Analog Stereo RCA, Digital TOSLINK Optical and SPDIF Coaxial. Power Input: Type C USB.
Power Supply: DC 5V 0.5A-3A USB power adapter required. Is the Bluetooth always on when the unit is powered on, or does it go to sleep? And are all 3 outputs active at the same time? Yes, always ON, no sleeping mode; Yes it works.
You get output from analog, SPDIF and TOSLINK at the same time. Is this version also a Bluetooth Audio Transmitter? It's just a receiver/DAC. Can you rename the BT device?Yes, we are able to customize the "BLUETOOTH ID" for pairing instead of the default "B2" ID. Just leave us a note when ordering. Can you have two identical HIFI Bluetooth music audio receivers in one household? Yes, but ideally they should have different Bluetooth IDs. BluDento are able to customize the "BLUETOOTH ID" for pairing instead of the default "B2" ID. You had better leave us a note right after ordering.
If you use the optical out, does it bypass the DAC? Yes, digital outputs: Optical & Coaxial bypass the on-board DAC. Do you have a comparison of your BLT-HD version vs B2 version? What are the primary differences? Both B2 and BLT-HD are AAC, SBC, aptX, aptX LL, aptX HD supported; B2 is with an OLED display but BLT-HD NOT; B2 is with a button called.What is the max VRMS level of the L & R channels outputs? 2.12V at 50HZ at 0dB. Does the power supply adapter come in the box? If not how do I get it? No, Any 5V USB charger it's fine. How many A (amps) minimum does the USB power adapter need to be for this unit? How many Bluetooth devices can simultaneously stream to this device? How many source devices can be connected at the same time? I can't tell which is currently connected to the device. How can I force-pair the one I have in my hand? Long Press the button of "UNPAIR" then try to search and connect B2 again. Does it have a on/off button or auto-on when power is connected? And will it remember the connected device when it comes back on after power was cut? Auto on after power on; long press UNPAIR button to disable current Bluetooth connection; short press to turn. /OFF display; Yes it searches for previously paired Bluetooth devices when powered up. This item is in the category "Computers/Tablets & Networking\Home Networking & Connectivity\USB Bluetooth Adapters/Dongles". The seller is "bludento" and is located in this country: CN.
This item can be shipped worldwide.