Are you annoying to google the Fiio BTR1K review and read them everywhere ?
If yes, you are at the right place.
Following you can find all the reviews of Fiio BTR1K, including the article review and Youtube video review.
Note: Xtenik just collected all the summary from other sites, if you want to read the full review, just click continue reading, it will redirect you to the original article.
As far as raw quality goes, the BTR1K shells out an impressive window of sound. Dynamic is a word I would like to use, complex even.
(Image credit to Headfonics)
The FiiO BTR1K can output as much as 45mW (16Ω), 25mW (32Ω), offers a SNR of 118dB, THD+N ＜0.004% (1kHz; DAC mode), an output impedance ＜0.3ohm and a crosstalk ≥74 dB.
Head-fi ( This is not review, it is the thread to introduce the detail of BTR1K by Fiio official)
The FiiO BTR1K is a Bluetooth receiver that updated from the original BTR1 which takes on a new look inside out. Check out its main features and functions as follows:
* All-new Qualcomm QCC 3005 Bluetooth chip
* Supports Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX / aptX LL / SBC / AAC
* High-performance AK4376A DAC brings improved performance
* < 2uV noise floor + 120dB SNR + 1.5 times output power
* New Type-C connector with USB DAC functionality
* Continues the BTR1’s design with sleek aluminum alloy body
* Added multi-function button for a quick operation of pair/play/pause.
* Unique RGB light to indicate the input Bluetooth audio codecs and working status
* Provides 8 hours playback and 140 hours standby time
* Built-in microphone with Qualcomm cVc noise cancellation technology
* 32 levels volume adjustments for greater precision
* Simple one-touch NFC pairing
* Drive, but without the stress
* Rejuvenate your home theater system
* Call up Siri in iOS
They start to differ from each other, in terms of aesthetics, and functionalities, so I tried to make a little description of each, and their abilities.
(Xtenik comments: Want to know the difference between BTR1K, BTR3, UBTR and FB1? Here we go! )
Upon opening the package I see the device which is the size of a thumb and made of metal. Upon picking it up, I can feel the build quality and the attention to detail.
（Xtenik comment: Check the discussion among audiophiles, this is the forum discussion, not review ）
The cure for a missing headphone jack? Credit to Youtube Channel: JuanBagnell.