The mini headphone amplifier supports the apt-X HD and LDAC codec which offers high sound quality wireless playback capability via Bluetooth hardware.
the embedded aptX HD (24 bit 48Khz )and LDAC (24 bit 96Khz) decode is capable of processing digital audio signals up to the maximum 96KHz/24bit resolution.
This Bluetooth Mini AMP supports the aptX®-HD and LDAC codec which offers high sound quality wireless playback capability via Bluetooth® hardware also supports USB audio input.
This Bluetooth Mini AMP can connect to a Bluetooth music player and your mobile phone separately and automatically mutes the music when a phone call is answered on the headset. It mutes the music and switch to the phone mode while a call is answered. So you will not miss any important phone calls while you were driving or listening to the music.
This Bluetooth Mini AMP provides friendly user’s interface and all operations can be done in three buttons. It is designed to suppress noise, eliminate echo and produce full duplex sound for crystal clear calls. This Headset model is Bluetooth Standard 5.0 compliant. It supports both headset and hands-free profile for telephone communication and two Bluetooth profiles for audio: A2DP and AVRCP.
Description: Bluetooth Mini Amplifier
Standard: Bluetooth 5.0 specification
Bluetooth Profile Supported: HSP, HFP, A2DP, AVRCP Profile
Bluetooth Codec: SBC, AAC, aptX, aptX-HD, LDAC
Operating Frequency: 2.402 GHz - 2.480 GHz ISM Band
RF Output Power: 12 dBm
Receiver Sensitivity: 0.1% BER for all packet types -90dBm
Input interface: Bluetooth, USB
Output interface: 3.5mm Analog
Frequency Response: 20Hz ~ 40KHz
Power Supply: Li-polymer battery DC 3.7V (300mAh)
Operation Current: < 35 mA
Operating Temperature: 0°C to 50 °C
Storage Temperature: -10°C to 60 °C
Humidity: 10% to 90%
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