FiiO’s Upgraded Bluetooth Amplifier BTR1K: Qualcomm QCC 3005 BT chip, BT 5.0 and aptX /aptX LL/AAC supported, RGB light, NFC pairing, Type C and USB DAC

Discussion in 'Portable Headphone Amps' started by demond, May 23, 2017.
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  1. waynes world
    Yup, I use the BatON app as well. Funny thing is, it stops working with the BTR1 after a while, whereas it continues to work with my other bluetooth headphones. I think that I uninstalled and re-installed it once and got it working again for a bit.
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  2. wisernova
    Thanks !
  3. FiiO
    Dear friend,

    For iPhone (iOS): You can view the power of the BTR1 in the Widget.
    For Android phone: some mobile phone(for example: Xiaomi6, Xiaomi MIX ): You can view the battery bar icon from the status bar.

    Or you may use some software recommended by other users.

    Best regards
    FiiO Stay updated on FiiO at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.

  4. wisernova
    BatON works nice. Thanks !
  5. eckndu
    can we get a BTR"2" with the same internal and just a massive battery, in an iphone 5 sized body? and a slider to HOLD so no accident control in the pocket. pretty please!!!
  6. soundkist
    Looks like the next evolution will be BTR"3":

    As a Sony platform user, the LDAC support is a *serious* game changer--well done, Fiio!
  7. slackerpo
  8. subtec
    8 hours battery life again... a bit short for my needs. Would prefer at least in the 12-16 hour range. This looks about the size of the Earstudio, and they managed to fit in a 350mAh battery for a claimed 14 hour runtime.
  9. Researcher
    I am just wondering when V2 of BTR will be released. just imagine it with BT 5.0 and AAC support :)
  10. bodopopa
    i was wondering if this would work as a car bluetooth device. I have an aux in and i would plug this via a short 2.5 mm cable and stream music from the phone. Any thoughts on streaming tidal or apple music with this?
  11. soundkist
    I'm pretty happy with the 8-ish I'm getting from my BTR1 (gets me through a work day!), but 14 would be pretty awesome. Perhaps the Earstudio outputs less power, and that is why they can get the longer runtime? I dunno--totally guessing; I have a hard time believing you'll get 14 in balanced. The BTR1 not offering that feature, I guess it's a moot point, anyway.

    No idea, sorry--just happened upon that link using le google. :)
    Last edited: Jan 7, 2018
  12. slackerpo
    ive tested it as a bt receiver for car audio it works great, you would only need a handy micro usb around, in case batery dies. it is 3.5mm though.

    The BTR3 is V2 of the BTR1
  13. subtec
    For me the benefit of longer battery life isn't hypothetical: my current BT headphones (Audio Technicas) are also rated for 8 hours runtime, and as I use them around the house, I somewhat regularly exceed that in a day of listening to music, podcasts, longer gaming or TV watching sessions.

    As for the 14 hour runtime of the Earstudio, I believe it's just down to having a larger battery: 350mAh vs. 205mAh in the BTR1.
  14. neozengar
    Does anyone know where in the US will I be able to buy the short MMCX fiio cable? I couldn't find it online except in aliexpress.
  15. grininja
    I have a question. I am considering buying the BTR1 for using with Fiio F9 and Sennheiser Momentum, both with in-line remote. Will the in-line remotes work as usual? Or will it be override by the BTR1 remote?
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