|Dimensions||93 x 93 x 27 mm (approx.)|
|Bluetooth Version||Version 4.2, class 1|
|Connection cable||optical cable-1.5m/analog 3.5mm cable-1.5m/USB power cable-1.2m|
|Operating temperature||0-40°C (32-104°F)|
|RF output power||10 mW (max)|
|Number of channels||79|
|Input voltage range||5V|
|Frequency band||ISM 2.4GHz Band|
|RF sensitivity||-80dBm (BR, Max)|
|Transmission frequency||2402 to 2480 MHz|
|Weight w/o cable||85g|
|Connection||analog or digital|
|Audio codec||SBC, aptX,aptX LL|
|Audio frequency response||20Hz-20kHz|
|Modulation scheme||GFSK, π/4 DQPSK, 8 DPSK|
|Maximum number of connected receivers||2|
Trying to connect this to my sennheiser M3 headphones was hard work but once connected the sound quality is awesome.
Easy to set up and works just fine.
This bluetooth transmitter has replaced a Trond item and it is such much better. I have it powered from a USB connection on my TV and use it with a pair of Sennheiser HD 4.50 headphones. It pairs immediately on power up which the Trond unit would not do. My only criticism would be that there is insufficient volume when using the optical sound connection but I think that is more due to the headset than the transmitter.
Nice and small and works very well, as I would expect
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