FiiO BTR3 Bluetooth Headphone Amp
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- Type-C port //Separated volume adjustment
- USB DAC//DAC AK4376A
- NFC for convenient connection
- Bluetooth codec detector
- First Bluetooth receiver that supports all ready codecs
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FiiO BTR3 Bluetooth Headphone Amp More than a Bluetooth device BTR3 is not just a Bluetooth product, and instead it can act as a perfectly capable external USB DAC device as well. Bluetooth stability and range were an extremely sore-spot for FiiO as it proved to be quite underwhelming in some of their past devices. In the case of the BTR3 we are seeing FiiO make a specific mention on the impressive Bluetooth range of the devices, quoted as being up to 20 meters in an open area. Portability in mind Other improvements over the BTR1 come in the form of a totally independent volume adjustment, a larger battery capacity, and a higher power-output. The lack of power was probably the most common criticism of the BTR1, so it's great to see that FiiO improved upon this with the BTR3. This is a product designed for portability in mind, and so it's more suitable for IEMs. Versatile The BTR3 follows on from the BTR1 and is stylistically more closely-related to the uBTR. Like the uBTR, the BTR3 offers easy one-touch NFC pairing to make things as simple as possible. What the BTR3 does, though, is to take the list of supported Bluetooth codecs and overall functionality to a whole new level. FiiO have given the device the ability to utilise all the most desirable Bluetooth codecs out there, including AptX HD, AptX Low Latency, as well as Sony's LDAC format. There's even the inclusion of Huawei's HWA format which is currently only supported by about a handful of Huawei's own devices
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Bought this after I was unhappy with the sound quality from my previous purchase from another cheap brand(mpow).
Wanted a really good one with good clear and bass sound quality which the FIIO BTR3 does. No hissing sounds or interference. Also the build quality is nice and solid.
Very good and portable if you are on the go.
I mainly use it for my iPhoneXS, as I had a iphone6 before. I use the Ultimate Ears 7 IEM earphones.
Nice and small and have attached some pictures to show how it looks like.
It is only slightly larger than a thumb drive, whilst the clip is secure and feels like it will last a very long time, specifically for my headphones it sits really well on the adjustable headband. USB C also means I'm a hero when it comes to charging cables for new phones, people often only having last-gen type connections. As a reviewer has mentioned, the LDAC feature is mind-blowing. It's like the difference between watching SD and 4K. However, the app itself is simple for changing these settings, for music it is very much in a BETA stage in my opinion.
It is the kind of concise, well rounded tech that I feel a review is necessary. Solid build, instant connection and superb sound! Well done FiiO!
I've been lugging around my phone, with an external DAC, at the gym, and it just too much. I was so glad to come across this little marvel, and the generally positive reviews. My earphones are a really nice pair of Shure - like really nice ones. So I wanted to ensure I was getting the best bluetooth codec. I checked my phone - it does LDAC - so all good. Bought the btr3s, and was frustrated to find it was only connecting on aptX (not even HD) according to its pulsating colour. Gah!! I then realised my phone needed updating to Oreo, after which, it paired wonderfully with BTR3 and BTR3, in turn, pulsed white with LDAC joy. Others have reported a very unstable connection so I was resigned that should anything come between the phone & btr3 it might drop out. Inadvertently, I wandered off for a circuit of the gym, leaving my phone on the floor. I didn't even realise, until my return. The signal was stable over 20m, and through lots of metal gym machines although, admittedly, within the same, large room. I've repeated this several times and, perhaps at 30m I get a dropout or two. In these instances, btr3+phone aren't negotiating another codec - it still pulses white. Unless they have made a deal behind my back, to lie to me.
Bass is deep, and sound separation is superb. I can't tell the difference between the btr3 and when it is wired: when it is plugged into my PC, it acts as an external DAC. And charges. On USB C.
I guess it's the size of a short and slightly wide packet of chewing gum. The ports are at the other end to the top of the clip. A reviewer complained about this. Dunno why - it's perfectly good.