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We did not test MQA as well. Maybe it is not supported.
I am trying to get a usb c dac for my phone. I have found Fiio btr1k, Fiio btr3, shanling up, shanling m0. Does any one know which is the best? And are there any other options?
Due to individual preferences, you could read the professional reviews and comparisons, as well as try out by yourself first.
Here is the authorized seller list: https://www.fiio.com/wheretobuy
I just wanted to say I had pretty much thrown in the towel on Bluetooth but I took a chance on the BTR1K and have to say I'm extremely happy. I had tried the Radsone ES100 but had Bluetooth range/interference issues and wasn't really super happy with the sound signature, I felt my iPhone 6+ sounded better.
I ordered the BTR1K and the LC-3.5AS Headphone Cable last week and it's working perfectly and sounds great with my Westone W30!
Will this work with the chord Hugo v1?
Thinking of enjoying movies wireless via iem
24/96 and I would have begged you to take my money. Maybe next iteration or BTR4 ??
I’m trying to figure out if I should get the BTR3 or BTR1K to use mainly with my iPhone X and TV.
Does the BTR1K have any advantages over the BT3 with its newer BT chip ?
Any difference in sound signatures ?
The price, the Bluetooth chip, the out looking, the function are all different between BTR3 and BTR1K.
For some mobile phones(like iPhone), the supported Bluetooth codecs are limited which could not support APTX or LDAC. To those users, BTR1K is not the best but the most suitable.
Just got my BTR1K today and very satisfied with it. However, it can't switch song on iPhone running the latest iOS 12.1. When I hold the + button, it will restart the current playing song instead of switching to the next song.
The layout is backwards to me, you have to use the - button to go to the next track.
I went with the BTR1K over the BTR3 because I would only be using it with iPhone AAC. Fiio's post pretty much convinced me.
BTR1K is the only one I need too but Im able to get BTR3 at almost same price as it’s older.
Extra battery life will definitely be a bonus I can take advantage of so will probably end up with that. Just hope an improved BT3K doesn’t pop up too soon.
Yes. I prefer to keep the volume maxed on my phone and control the gain of the BT receiver itself, knowing that whenever I turn that down I'm also increasing its battery life. (You'd think it shouldn't matter where you control this, that the final loudness is always proportional to how much power is consumed to push that much air to your ears, but I've found this is not always the case - in many portable BT speakers if you keep the speaker's amp maxed it will drain the battery faster that if you up the digital volume at the source instead.)
As this is a long thread, this likely will be old news. I tested the BTR1K and give my full review above, but show it next to a FiiO hand-selected BTR3 for wireless signal strength in the video below. Both sound great. BTR1K has a stronger signal grabbing antenna and bluetooth chip.