The Fiio BTR3 Bluetooth Headphone Amp is a compact and lightweight Bluetooth amplifier – The first Bluetooth amplifier in the world to support all current wireless audio codecs, such as AAC, SBC, aptX, aptX Low Latency, aptX HD, LDAC, LHDC and HWA.
Simply connect your ACS cable, or any device with a 3.5mm connector, to the BTR3 and you’re ready to go.
The Qualcomm CR8675 Bluetooth chip used in the BTR3 is a premium low-power solution designed for enhanced audio applications, with support for 24-bit transmission and processing thanks to its 120MHz DSP. This chip is also much more stable in signal strength than other competing chips, especially in situations with lots of interference.
The AK4376A DAC, with its extremely low -107 dB distortion and extremely high 124 dB Signal-to-Noise ratio, means that you will be able to catch every last nuance and detail in your music & communications.
The 300 mAh battery takes only 1.5 hours to fully charge but allows for a lengthy 11 hours of playback. (Quoted playback time based on using the AAC codec).
The built-in amplifier not only ensures your music sounds good, but that your communications & calls do to. To further enhance your calling experience the BTR3 is also equipped with Qualcomm’s cVc noise cancellation technology, which automatically adjusts the microphone and actively suppresses background noise so that your coms & calls come through as clear and audible as possible.
The BTR3 is fitted with a sprung clip for fitting to clothing etc, or can be worn around the neck from a lanyard.
Weight: approx 25g.
Dimensions: approx 58x25x10.4mm (excluding back clip).
Supplied with USB charging cable, lanyard and instruction manual.
Unique Bluetooth audio codec indicator lights:
SBC： Blue light flashing
AAC：Cyan light flashing
LDAC/DAC：White light flashing/stays steadily on
LHDC：Green light flashing
aptX/aptX low latency：Purple light flashing
aptX HD：Yellow light flashing
When a smartphone is paired with the BTR3 the phone’s volume is adjusted independently from the BTR3’s own volume control, giving you two sets of volume controls for even greater precision over deciding your desired volume. Also, the BTR3 remembers the volume level you last used it at, so no need to constantly reset your volume after turning the device off. The BTR3 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. Smart assistant helps keep the music playing – Call up Siri in iOS whenever you want simply with a double click of the multi-functional button.
New Type-C connector with USB DAC functionality – The BTR3 adopts the Type-C connector, which is easier to use than ever with its symmetric connector, allows you to insert a cable either way. USB DAC functionality is now also supported – no drivers needed here, simply plug and play.
Wear it the way you want it – It’s easy to carry around the BTR3 with either of two methods: hanging from a lanyard or attached via the rear clip. The rear clip is specifically designed to be able to hang on to most surfaces so you can spend less time figuring out how to take the BTR3 with you.
The BTR3 uses 2.5D glass as used in the latest smartphones, the aluminium alloy body has an oleophobic coating to keep off fingerprints and the high contrast lettering and smooth texture give the compact BTR3 an elegant look.