AudioQuest - Beetle USB Toslink and Asynchronous Bluetooth DAC

Price: $199.95
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Manufacturer Details

Three-in-One DAC Accepts USB, Toslink, and Asynchronous Wireless Bluetooth, Has Analog Power Supply: AudioQuest Beetle Improves Sound of Music and Motion Pictures, No Matter How You Listen or Watch It isn't John, Paul, George, or Ringo, but the AudioQuest Beetle USB, Toslink, and asynchronous Bluetooth DAC is eminently musical nevertheless. Built to accept USB, Toslink, and Bluetooth wireless, Beetle enhances the noise of music and films - no matter how you listen or watch. Use the Toslink optical input to connect Beetle to tvs, media servers, and video gaming consoles. Beetle's asynchronous-transfer Bluetooth receiver pairs with smart devices, tablets, and practically other Bluetooth device to elevate sonics and video quality. Beetle also accommodates USB digital audio from mobile devices, computer systems, network-attached servers, and more so you'll find more satisfaction when listening to headphones, powered speakers, or parts - and its asynchronous USB software application along with numerous internal parts are the same as those found in AudioQuest's critically well-known DragonFly DACs. In the future, by means of a firmware update, Beetle will permit MQA playback over USB. A minimum-phase digital filter, direct analog power supply, and 24-bit/96kHz transfer (no external chauffeur required) round out a svelte three-in-one DAC which determines simply 2.32 x 2.32 x 0.75 inches. Optical, Bluetooth, or USB in. Analog out. AudioQuest has actually done it again for a cost that'll leave you speechless. 100% Music Direct Ensured. In creating Beetle, AudioQuest strove to develop an item that would sensibly and wisely address consumers' various connection needs-both wired and wireless-while also preserving excellent noise. AudioQuest examined and implemented the best-possible methods of optimizing each input, independent of one another. In addition to the engineerin

Product Features

Connects directly to headphones, powered speakers or an amplifier for stunning audio User-selectable for either a Variable or a Fixed output Sophisticated Asynchronous USB Audio Data Transfer 24-bit/96kHz capability 64-position analog volume control

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