Several chips are used to ensure proper digital-to-analog conversion. A Qualcomm CSR8675 Bluetooth chip supports 24-bit transmission and processing to preserve your music's dynamic range and stability in most locales, preventing dropouts when possible. For the DAC, dual independent ES9218PC chips are used, which provide low levels of distortion and a high signal-to-noise ratio to ensure a sonic experience that is high on nuance and low on sonic impediments. Connect your headphones to the BTR5 by means of the unbalanced 3.5mm stereo jack or 2.5mm balanced stereo jack.
Controls and indicators are on hand, so you always know which input codec is selected at any given time, and so you're always able to switch tracks, make phone calls, start/stop your music, and contact your digital assistant. A built-in microphone allows for hands-free calls. A remote-control app facilitates even more control. In addition to serving as a go-between for headphones and devices, the BTR5 is also a high-quality USB DAC with an independent XMOS XUF208 control chip and USB Type-C connector that can decode up to 384 kHz sampling rates and native DSD. The FiiO BTR5 ships with a USB Type-C charging cable and back clip.
Dual ES9218P DAC chips
CSR8675 Bluetooth chip
FPGA clock management
Dual independent crystal oscillators
Bluetooth 5.0 with full format support
Independent control chip XMOS XUF208
USB DAC supporting up to 384 kHz and DSD256 native
Double-sided 2.5D glass with OLED display
3.5 and 2.5mm headphone outputs
Intelligent control with FiiO Music app
One-touch NFC pairing with supported Android devices