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
Oct 24, 2018 at 10:32 AM Post #661 of 801

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hmmm...I have the original BTR1 (well the version that has aac) and it's been essentially flawless for me. I love the thing. I'm very tempted by this new version simply based on the 50% increase in power output. That should be enough to drive my AKGs nicely...

...and apparently retailing at US $49.99?? Wow...that's cheaper than the BTR1 isn't it?
 
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FiiO’s Newly Upgraded Bluetooth Amplifier BTR1K will be available soon!

Unique Bluetooth audio codec indicator light

The BTR1K continues the BTR1's design with sleek aluminum alloy body with an added multi-function button for a quick operation of pair/play/pause. The blue and red lights on the original BTR1 also changed to the unique RGB indicator light so that you can instantly know the input Bluetooth audio codecs and working status.

SBC: Blue light flashing
AAC: Cyan light flashing
aptX/aptX low latency: Purple light flashing
USB DAC: White light flashing

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FiiO’s Newly Upgraded Bluetooth Amplifier BTR1K will be available soon!

Simple one-touch NFC pairing

The BTR1K can be paired to other compatible devices with just a simple tap using the NFC wireless short-range communication protocol, entirely avoiding the cumbersome traditional pairing process.

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hmmm...I have the original BTR1 (well the version that has aac) and it's been essentially flawless for me. I love the thing. I'm very tempted by this new version simply based on the 50% increase in power output. That should be enough to drive my AKGs nicely...

...and apparently retailing at US $49.99?? Wow...that's cheaper than the BTR1 isn't it?

The retail price for the BTR1K will remain the same as the original BTR1, so that's $49.99 in the USA and will be slightly different in other countries and regions.
 
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FiiO’s Newly Upgraded Bluetooth Amplifier BTR1K will be available soon!

New Type-C connector with USB DAC functionality

The BTR1K adopts the Type-C connector, which is easier to use than ever with its symmetric connector, allow you to insert a cable either way. USB DAC functionality is now also supported – no drivers needed here, simply plug and play!

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Having had the original version (no AAC support) this looks interesting.

Do you have any tech specs available?

I understand that the BTR3 was recommended for earphones / headphones with 16 ohms and up (can't remember what to), is this similar? My main / favorite iems are Shure SE846 which are 9 ohms.

Is the DAC 24/192 capable, what codecs etc?
 
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Having had the original version (no AAC support) this looks interesting.

Do you have any tech specs available?

I understand that the BTR3 was recommended for earphones / headphones with 16 ohms and up (can't remember what to), is this similar? My main / favorite iems are Shure SE846 which are 9 ohms.

Is the DAC 24/192 capable, what codecs etc?

It can be understood that the output power of BTR1K and BTR3 is the same,
and the difference is only the support of Bluetooth format.
If you only use iPhone, BTR3 is wasteful for you, because it can't use other formats like LDAC.
And BTR1K is just right for you, BTR1K also with a RGB indicator light. indicating AAC code when the indicator color is cyan.
BTR1K supports USB DAC function, similar to BTR3, supports to 48kHz/16bit, and supports mobile phones with OTG function.
 
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FiiO’s Newly Upgraded Bluetooth Amplifier BTR1K is Now Available!


First thing first! You are warmly welcomed to join the lucky-draw on our Facebook page to get a free all-new BTR1K: https://www.facebook.com/FiiOAUDIO/posts/2019498941440962

The FiiO BTR1K is a Bluetooth receiver that updated from the original BTR1 which takes on a new look inside out. Check out its main features and functions as follows:

* All-new Qualcomm QCC 3005 Bluetooth chip
* Supports Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX / aptX LL / SBC / AAC
* High-performance AK4376A DAC brings improved performance
* < 2uV noise floor + 120dB SNR + 1.5 times output power
* New Type-C connector with USB DAC functionality
* Continues the BTR1's design with sleek aluminum alloy body
* Added multi-function button for a quick operation of pair/play/pause.
* Unique RGB light to indicate the input Bluetooth audio codecs and working status
* Provides 8 hours playback and 140 hours standby time
* Built-in microphone with Qualcomm cVc noise cancellation technology
* 32 levels volume adjustments for greater precision
* Simple one-touch NFC pairing
* Drive, but without the stress
* Rejuvenate your home theater system
* Call up Siri in iOS

Go check the detailed introduction of BTR1K at: https://www.fiio.com/btr1k

The delivery of BTR1K has started already! If you are interested, check with our local sales agent (at https://www.fiio.com/wheretobuy) for its availability.

Best Regards
FiiO Electronics Technology Co., Ltd.
 

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Looking at the specs, the BTR1K and the BTR3 use the same DAC/AMP. So they are going to sound identical when using the same codec, right?
Dear friend,

The Bluetooth chip of the BTR1K and the BTR3 is different. Due to individual preferences, you could read some professional reviews and comparisons, as well as try both out first.

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