Brightech – BTX Ultra – 2 in 1 Bluetooth Receiver and Transmitter with aptX Low Latency for Lag Free Transmission between Audio and Video

May 6, 2017 - Comment

The 2-in-1 BTX Ultra keeps your legacy audio devices in line with current technology. This ultra-compact Bluetooth adapter with a long battery life functions as both a transmitter (up to eleven hours when fully charged) and a receiver (up to six hours). They also work each other as a paired transmitter and receiver if needed.

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The 2-in-1 BTX Ultra keeps your legacy audio devices in line with current technology. This ultra-compact Bluetooth adapter with a long battery life functions as both a transmitter (up to eleven hours when fully charged) and a receiver (up to six hours). They also work each other as a paired transmitter and receiver if needed.

BTX Ultra pairs well with your television! In transmit mode between a Bluetooth headset and your TV, there’s no delay between sound and image, thanks to static-free Bluetooth stereo audio quality with an aptX low latency codec. (Please note: for apt-X low latency mode (lag free transmission), it is required that both Bluetooth receiver and transmitter support apt-X low latency.)

With Brightech’s BTX Ultra, you can Bluetooth-enable any legacy device as long as it has a 3.5mm phone jack. BTX Ultra comes with a 3.5mm cable and adapter that lets you convert to dual RCA males – a genuine solution if you want to send/receive Bluetooth sound from devices that aren’t Bluetooth capable. BTX Ultra also lets you control streaming from all audio sources within a 10-meter range.

Staying up late or rising early? This adapter lets you listen to your shows on a Bluetooth headset without waking up the household or disturbing your neighbors. There are no synching issues between audio and video, plus you can easily pick up where you left off. The 2-in-1 BTX Ultra auto connects with devices it has paired with in the past!

Product Features

  • TRANSMITS & RECEIVES: Place BTX Ultra in either transmit or receive mode and enjoy crisp audio when paired with TVs, tablets, headsets, mobile phones, and so much more. No delays between sound & picture. Easy to toggle between modes with a simple switch on the side. Fits within the palm of your hand. (Note: does not function as a microphone or speaker.)
  • NO LAG, NO COMPRESSION: Not all Bluetooth devices support low latency aptX, but this one does! With this technology, you’ll hear your mp3s without compression. Pair 2 Ultras, use one as a receiver, the other as a transmitter, and experience no lag at all in gaming or watching movies! (Can be used while charging!)
  • COMPACT DESIGN: Thanks to its built-in battery, you can use BTX Ultra without being connected to a USB power source. When fully charged, the transmitter lasts up to 11 hours, while the receiver holds power to 6. Full charging time takes up to 3 hours.
  • SEAMLESS SYNC: No more wires to trip over and no audio delays! In receive mode with your iPhone radio, BTX Ultra plays as seamlessly as if it were connected with a wire. This 2-in-1 Bluetooth combo gives you more listening choices than ever. (Range of up to 10 meters line of sight!)
  • THE WARRANTY: Brightech stands behind our products 100%. All of our Bluetooth receivers and transmitters come with a 3-year warranty. If for any reason you are not satisfied with your purchase, please contact us. Our industry-leading commitment to you will make things right!

Comments

Robert Reed says:

Works well, just not as described . . . I must admit to being frustrated by getting this device to pair with ANY of my three Bluetooth enabled, portable speakers, particularly after seeing the glowing reviews by others. So frustrated, in fact, that I got a replacement from BrightTech, who was very willing to work (by e-mail) to my satisfaction. You see, I’ve had absolutely no issues getting my Windows laptop, iPad and Android phone to pair with these same speakers.Finally, someone (locally) showed me what I was doing wrong…

Chelsea says:

Wish I had known about this earlier! I totally love this gizmo. I was a tiny bit confused at first. I had it inserted into the headphone jack of my computer during synching my bluetooth speaker and was wondering why the sound wouldn’t play. Duh! You don’t connect it to the sound jack until AFTER you synch the Brightech and your bluetooth item (tranmitting mode). Once they are synched up… THEN you plug the Brightech into your headphone jack. Works great! I haven’t tried receiving yet but I assume it’s the same great…

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