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NuForce BTR-100 Bluetooth Receiver

NuForce BTR-100 Bluetooth Receiver

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Wirelessly stream CD-quality audio from your smartphone, tablet, or computer to your home stereo system with the NuForce BTR-100 Bluetooth receiver. It supports aptX and AAC codecs, and delivers a stable connection throughout the 30-foot operating range—so you can enjoy more dynamic, detailed sound from virtually any device, without any muddiness or dullness Read More

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elira
220
Feb 28, 2018
Just received mine, couple of issues with it: it is always in pairing mode when there’s no device connected and the optical out does something funny if there’s nothing playing so the DAC interprets it as noise and plays noise. That makes it useless for what I wanted.
fronlius
0
Apr 5, 2018
eliraNo noise issue for me when nothing is connected to the device.
Shaneb
37
Feb 5, 2018
I have a bluetooth receiver in my windows 8.1 computer motherboard, but I can't figure out how to stream audio from my phone to it. Frustrating, so I guess I'll need this?
What would happen if I plugged wired headphones directly into this?
Jaggi
737
Feb 4, 2018
I think you'll find typical line level is 2Vrms, not peak to peak.
A community member
Feb 4, 2018
JaggiThanks, I knew someone would straighten me out.
mrd36442
0
Jan 5, 2018
Can you just buy one item instead of a lot to make sure that's the item that you need for your purpose. Then if it meets the standards that are required then ordered by the case lot
liteon163
Jan 2, 2018
AptX HD and Bluetooth 5 would have me on board. Otherwise, meh.
Typhoon859
141
Jan 1, 2018
Anyone know if this is able to receive/transmit call audio? Thanks!
urilivne
3
Dec 4, 2017
I own the Belkin SongStream NFC-Enabled HD Bluetooth Wireless Music Receiver. I cannot understand why thie NuForce is priced at $100 when you can but the Belkin for $45.99 https://www.amazon.com/Belkin-SongStream-NFC-Enabled-Bluetooth-Wireless/dp/B00KX3DQXM/ref=sr_1_3?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1512370715&sr=1-3&keywords=belkin+bluetooth+receiver+for+home+stereo
urilivne
3
Jan 2, 2018
Good point, but one needs to make sure that all his BT devices are aptX compatible.
Typhoon859
141
Jan 2, 2018
urilivneAs they should imo.
Loooke
2
Dec 4, 2017
Anyone know of a bluetooth receiver that matches the schitt stack? I've just been looking recently and may grab this drop. Preferable with a Coax / toslink out?
Also if anyone has this, is it plastic?
Interestingly enough it seems NuForce just throws their brand on this? Heres what seems to be the exact device with peach tree https://www.peachtreeaudio.com/bt1-bluetooth-receiver.html (except this one says no ACC) <- seems a lot of firms sell these.
rastus
1366
Jan 1, 2018
Step back, realize the functionality you are going for,, and don’t look at the little space pod giving you the finger;) The Auris bluMe I'm referring to; you want that wonky antenna:)
DanAutoTech
2
Jan 3, 2018
LoookeI have the Bifrost multibit coupled to an aging Yamaha Bluetooth receiver via coax. seems to work well with lots of detail and seperation.
compliance
45
Dec 3, 2017
Does the audio streamed from an Android phone still get processed by the OS? I ask because a direct steam sounds much better. I use a Chromecast in my work setup instead of directly connecting my dac to USB to get around this issue. Problem is it's too much of a pain pairing to the phone over the phone's hotspot (can't attach to WiFi at work). My feeling is this will have the same issue a USB connection does and not provide a clean bitstream :/
wavedave
2
Dec 1, 2017
has anyone looked at this compared with the taotronics model? seems to do more and cost less. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KO1JNCA/_encoding=UTF8?coliid=I1U62V8S3903J6&colid=1QEQTBV4Z2BT7&psc=0
wavedaveI own this. It works great and as you already pointed out, is much better value for money! I get a stable connection.
Alternately, you can get this as well - https://www.amazon.com/TROND-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Simultaneously/dp/B01N9PI9T6/.
Both the models above and below come with Apt-X Low Latency.
As a fall back, this one is also good value for money - https://www.amazon.com/TROND-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Controller/dp/B01K8ANDCI/. No Toslink optical ports though.
Hope that helps.
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