FiiO Flagship Portable High-Fidelity Bluetooth Amplifier BTR5 is available now!
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FiiO Flagship Portable High-Fidelity Bluetooth Amplifier BTR5 is available now!

Combining the accumulated expertise gathered from the development of FiiO's BTR series of Bluetooth Headphone Amplifiers. Evoking a new era of Bluetooth Headphone Amplifiers - the new Flagship Portable Hi-Fi Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier BTR5 has arrived! Following eight months of extensive research and development, the engineering team has overcoming multiple challenges, realizing many initiatives and breakthroughs towards creating a more complete experience for music enthusiasts!

Key features of the BTR5 include:

1. High Performance DAC ES9218P*2
2. Flagship Bluetooth chip CSR8675
3. FPGA clock management,dual independent crystal oscillators
4. Bluetooth 5.0 with full format support
5. Independent control chip XMOS XUF208
6. USB DAC supporting up to 384kHz/DSD256 native
7. Double-sided 2.5D glass with OLED display
8. 3.5mm+2.5mm headphone outputs
9. Intelligent control with FiiO Music app
10. One-touch NFC pairing

To find out more about the BTR5, please visit the product page on https://www.fiio.com/BTR5 , you are also invited to join in the discussion of the BTR5 on Head-Fi at click here and have an visual insight of the BTR5 via YouTube


Shipments of BTR5 to respective distributors begins now and will provide updates via our web page at https://fiio.com/newsinfo/349890.html, you may locate your nearest authorized sales agent via our online listing: https://www.fiio.com/wheretobuy. And check with the respective sales agent on the expected availability of the product.


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FiiO Electronics Technology Co., Ltd
 
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No UK shipment yet :frowning2:
 
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pulling back and fall upon demands eh?
clicked the head fi discussion forum link, but it leads to nowhere on my PC. really, why does anyone need to use link shortener to link to the same site? greedy for money? geez
 
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Yeah so I have the audio technical and a dragonfly black, so is there any benefit to the fiio?
 
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What’s the advantage of two dacs? My at has 1 dac. Does it matter? So many questions
 
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Yeah so I have the audio technical and a dragonfly black, so is there any benefit to the fiio?
I would need to try both myself but if you have a device that can transmit LDAC then you may see a benefit yes.
 
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What’s the advantage of two dacs? My at has 1 dac. Does it matter? So many questions
That's a tricky question but two dac's are typically used as a simpler way to achieve a good quality balanced output.
 
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Yeah so I have the audio technical and a dragonfly black, so is there any benefit to the fiio?
More Power, aptx LL, USB-C.

I'm in and awaiting drop in EU. :beerchug:
 
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Yeah I’m using with an iPhone so not so sure if I’ll hear a difference
Depends what you are plugging into it, as @Chris Kaoss said if you need more power then the btr5 may be a good bet.

If you are happy with what you have then stick with that, no need to upgrade if it does everything you need.
 
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What’s the advantage of two dacs? My at has 1 dac. Does it matter? So many questions
Balanced output. 1 DAC per channel. Lower noise floor, more power. Using 2.5mm balanced cable with your own or headphones.
 
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