Bluewave GET Wireless DAC/Amp
Bluewave GET Wireless DAC/Amp
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Take your smartphone’s sound to the next level with the Bluewave GET: a wireless DAC/amp that combines powerful amplification with a compact, super-portable design. It allows you to enjoy music with the highest level of clarity and answer phone calls, thanks to the integrated MEMS mic Read More

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Evshrug
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Oct 16, 2019
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Hi everyone, I just created a general guide on Drop, meant to dispel some Bluetooth myths and bring people up to speed on the tech. https://drop.com/talk/26569/is-bluetooth-as-good-as-a-wired-connection?utm_source=linkshare&referer=Z2JXCA
Oct 16, 2019
Tlbrown63
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Oct 16, 2019
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I purchased this wonderful device a year or so ago and love it but for the past several months I've not been able to use it because the buttons have somehow become stuck and I can't control any functions. I keep forgetting to contact their tech support or customer service to see what, if anything can be done!
Oct 16, 2019
Pierre111
362
Oct 16, 2019
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I, yes contact us at info@bluewaveaudio.ca and we will be able to help you.
Oct 16, 2019
Tlbrown63
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Oct 16, 2019
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Thanks Pierre, I’ll do that ASAP! Thanks!
Oct 16, 2019
HowardC
24
Oct 15, 2019
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Would the low impedance version be the correct model for low impedance (15 ohm) planar mag headphones?
Oct 15, 2019
Pierre111
362
Oct 15, 2019
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Hi Howard, no you’ll find the hi gain version, the one on sale here to be much more suitable for Planar headphones. Both our models have a low output impedance of 0.3 ohms. We do have a lower gain version not featured here.
Oct 15, 2019
Evshrug
1375
Oct 16, 2019
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Planar Magnetic headphones by their nature are pretty much immune to impedance dampening issues that affect dynamic driver headphones, anyway.
Oct 16, 2019
Calaverasgrande
1378
Apr 4, 2019
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Weak that it only goes up to 48khz. 88.1, 96, 192khz have all been available sample rates for decades. Believe it or not I have most of my record collection ripped as 96k or 192k files.
Apr 4, 2019
Pierre111
362
Apr 5, 2019
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No Bluetooth CODEC can support more than 48 kHz, if a device claim higher sample rate trough Bluetooth this is false advertisement. That being say, any file will play, there will be a down conversion that is totally transparent for the user.
Apr 5, 2019
SaskAudioGuy
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Apr 5, 2019
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I believe the fellow was conflating the issue of Bluetooth bandwidth and codec capability with his file encoder's and their ability to make super high bandwidth files. Other makers may claim 24bit/192khz but it'll be for hard wire connections or because the audio chip can handle it(for again wired connections), but the maximum actual from BT is 24bit/48khz currently. That is also only if you use high end codecs like AptX HD, and your source device has to support it. I have seen where manufacturers will say oh it can handle audio of such a level, while the available inputs can't. You can still feed it your 32bit FLAC the codec will process it, and send it along to your ears.
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Apr 5, 2019
Andreas.L
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Apr 4, 2019
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Bought this months ago from the manufacturers site and now its broken (after light usage). The built quality is just not there. And the mediocre reviews are 100% right: the noise floor is a bit high, the wobbly volume control is noisy and loose (prone to give you a heart attack because of the blasting music).
Apr 4, 2019
Pierre111
362
Apr 5, 2019
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Hi Andreass, did you try contacting our customer support? Your device is obviously guaranteed, we also offer a lower gain option for sensitive headphones that has a much lower noise floor, it myght be that your Get is not appropriate for your headphones. If the volume control is wobbly and noisy you have a defective unit so we would of course replace your unit.
Apr 5, 2019
vordo
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Jan 18, 2019
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I joined the last time this and I really like it. it has since been lost so I am rejoining.
Jan 18, 2019
LifelongCaboose
220
Jan 15, 2019
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hmmm, been meaning to get one in maybe now is the time for review.
Jan 15, 2019
Pierre111
362
Jan 14, 2019
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I would like to add a precision. A mistake has been made in the supported codec specification. along with the mentioned ones Get also support AptX and AptX HD (24 bits)
Jan 14, 2019
SaskAudioGuy
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Jan 15, 2019
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Thank you for taking the time to reply. Do you have any idea if or when LL will be supported? Do you have an idea of how long the GET could drive something like the Sennheiser HD6XX at medium volume running AptX HD? My last question, I read some people mentioning an Android app to control the GET. Is the app available or will ut be? What is the app name? Thank you again for taking the time to reply.
Jan 15, 2019
Pierre111
362
Jan 16, 2019
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Hi, for something like the HD6xx you would be closes to max volume. They are not easy to drive. You could expect between 5 and 6 hours of continuous music on the Go. Keep in mind to as opposed to a lot of device that advertise very long play time, in a lot of cases I noticed that they do drain battery on Idle. Not on the Get. It will not drain the battery at all on Idle, and will not use the battery at all if used while connected to USB in a home setup. We are talking real play time when streaming
Jan 16, 2019
dixter
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Nov 18, 2018
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I have two bluewave units and one earstudio unit..... if you use either as you described without an app then you would think both are just bluetooth receivers for your headphones... but if you actually download the app for the earstudio then you will see that the bluewave does not have these options ( might be import to some that have a good set of IEM's or Headphones... depends if you like your music sounding great or just ??? ) The App settings of an earstudio is below.... and you are correct in that the bluewave only has the volume knob for its app settings... 1) Analog Volume control 2) Source Volume control 3) Input control for SE or Balanced modes 4) codec/bit sample control 5) battery display 6) L/R channel control 7) max volume control 8) Current Mode to output as preamp or headphone amp (have used the preamp mode on my WOO amps) 9) full equalizer control with 12 presets and 4 user custom presets 10) Full control of equalizer offsets (-6db /-12db) so you don't overdrive the amp stage 11) Distinctive Clear Technology (DCT) to eliminate digital noise 12) Headphone Crossfeed adjustment 13) 4 different DAC filters 14) DAC oversampling rate adjustment for clock jitter and power ripple issues 15) Ambient Sound adjustment for built-in mic 16) music only or ambient mic output volume control.. 17) mic volume control... The ambient built in mic is great if you use custom in ear monitors... that way if some one comes up and starts talking to you you can just adjust the mic and talk normally to the person... otherwise you have to pry out the IEM's.... some are very difficult to remove due to the custom build ...sometimes they feel like they are stuck... I let the kids use the Bluewave and I use the earstudio with my custom gear... I know which one is better.. and again... I am not saying the bluewave does not work.. its just that the designers originally said they had the hardware complete and was working on a APP to finish the bluewave package.... then they said they didn't have time to finish the app and it wasn't coming... so to me that says... if you buy a bluewave then your getting a unfinished product.... enjoy.. and best of luck
Nov 18, 2018
HollowState
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Nov 15, 2018
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Let me apologize up front, as I haven't read all the posts. I watched Zeos' review of bluetooth devices (transmitters) and from what little other Ive read, this item has the potential to be very, very good. It has a couple ergonomic problems for certain. Unless some user can assuage my fears, I won't research any further.
Nov 15, 2018
Bunkemall
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Jan 25, 2019
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Hello, Could you elaborate on how to lock the buttons? Thank you!
Jan 25, 2019
Pierre111
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Feb 5, 2019
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To lock or unlock your keys, press the play and rwd buttons for 5 seconds. The LED will blink cyan and yellow to indicate success.  https://www.bluewaveaudio.ca/userguide/

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