Thr Odio R4 is the latest Bluetooth 5.0 in which an aptX HD codec ( 24 bit 48Khz) is built in for the latest Android 8.0 Oreo application product, the new Android 8.0 Oreo OS will support the Bluetooth aptX HD Hi-Res acoustic which can deliver rich and Hi-Res resolution acoustic than current standard aptX ( CD quality 16 bit 44.1Khz), the OdiO R4 is a Bluetooth 5.0 Hi-Res aptX HD supported for both the transmit (TX) and receiver (RX) mode.
the model OdiO R4 is the same latest Bluetooth 8675 aptX HD( 24 bit 48Khz) supported, without SRC, but it's a TX and RX dual modes function which can work with the latest Android 8.0 Oreo aptX HD and Apple AAC decode.
Bluetooth version: V5.0, Class II, the longest distance of 10 meters (open space without shelter)
Bluetooth chip: CSR BC8675
Frequency range: 2.402GHz-2.480GHz
Receiver mode working time is about: 7 hours
Transmitter mode working time is about: 8 hours
Charging time is about: 2 hours
Bluetooth protocol: TX mode: A2DP
RX mode: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP
Transmitter TX mode: Supports one transmitter (TX mode) to connect two Bluetooth speakers or headphones simultaneously, using one CODEC at the same time.
Receiver RX mode: support for connecting two mobile phones
Supported Bluetooth Headset, Bluetooth Receiver, Bluetooth Speaker, etc. Device Key: 0000
OdiO R4 built-in microphone supports voice calls: answer, hang up, reject calls, redial, voice dialing, audio transfer
TX: apt-X HD, apt-X Low Latency, apt-X, SBC
RX: apt-X HD, apt-X Low Latency, apt-X, SBC, AAC
apt-X HD usage note: The apt-X HD CODEC is supported with a single connection (the connected device must also support apt-X HD), if the connection is double, then automatically switch to SBC CODEC
Battery Specifications: 160mAh rechargeable lithium polymer battery
Charging power supply: 5V DC, ≥500mA
Operating temperature: -10-55 ℃
Net weight about: 21g
Size: 43.7 * 43.7 * 19.2mm
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