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Have you actually tested it? You have any specific brand for this?
Yeah. I have C to C cable from Anker and Mophie, both works fine. I also have short C to C from SXFI amp and works fine as well. The beauty of USB-C.
Just make sure you get cable that can transfer data, if I remember correctly, Macbook C to C charger cable only transmit power and that won't work.
It does to a point with this particular model since the USB mode DAC is limited to 16 bit 44khz - so you're limited to what quality you can get but yes - that's still likely better even that LDAC
@FiiO - any ETA when EQ will be available ?
No, currently. I will report to the engineer again.
Any particular bt dongle I should buy to pair with btr3 for my pc?
Bt5 or bt4.2 will suffice?
Hi, I just wanna ask since I'm a bit OC with my stuff, does the 3.5mm jack and type-C socket have through hole component or smd?
To everyone, are you concern about plugging in and out on the headphone jack? (not specifically in your BTR3, but on the rest of your devices). I'm using a right angle jack extension.
Hey got a question regarding the BTR3 as a PC DAC.
Can i connect the BTR3 on Windows 10 as a USB DAC and use it as a bluetooth dongle streaming in LDAC to my Sony WH-1000XM3?
Since there is no LDAC (or even aptX-HD) bluetooth dongle yet this would solve all my problems!
Thanks in advance!
I recently received a pair of KZ AS10 s. I didn't know this before ordering them, but apparently they are very sensitive IEMs. When connecting them to my phone or pc via a normal cable, they do have some static/hissing noise which is very annoying. I'll be honest, I don't want a separate device just to listen to music, or a bunch of cables between devices, so I've reached the conclusion that I need something like the BTR3. My question is to those of you that own it and have sensitive headphones/earphones - is there any static ?
Before reaching this forum thread, my other choice would have been shanling m0, but it's a lot more expensive, and I probably wouldn't be using its player options. Also I assume the BTR3 has a much better batterly life.
No. BTR3 is not a transmitter.
There are aptX HD transmitters, but with optical Toslink input (not USB). If your computer doesn't have Toslink output, you can use a USB to Toslink converter.
Little BTR3 shattered today after I launched it 10 feet away onto solid concrete.
But the little warrior still chugs along
So yeah PSA... don't launch your BTR3 onto hard ground.
Sorry to hear about that.
The front panel is made of 2.5D tempered glass. The rigidity is 6H (same as iphone's touch screen). It's not easy to be scratched but please avoid to put it together with keys or other sharp metal objects.
Can we use BTR3's mic instead of Laptop's build in mic when using USB DAC mode?
Do the sound settings on your computer show the BTR3 as a USB mic or USB audio input device? If not, then the answer is no.
I've downloaded the latest firmware, however, I still find that the microphone quality on phone calls is awful. I finally had to go back to the BTR1, because it does a pretty good job with calls.
Is there any way or are there any plans to improve the Mic quality on the BTR3 or should I go ahead and return it?