Avantree aptX LOW LATENCY Bluetooth Transmitter for TV, Dual Link with Two Headphones or Speakers, 3.5mm Wireless Audio Adapter Splitter Sender - Priva II
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- STREAM AUDIO TO BLUETOOTH SPEAKERS, HEADPHONES and RECEIVERS: Use this Bluetooth Transmitter for streaming wireless Audio from your TV, PC, Laptop, iPod, Amplifier or other Audio Device.
- NO AUDIO DELAY: Priva II offers aptX LOW LATENCY support so you can enjoy TV wirelessly at next-to-none audio delay. This acts as a Wireless Adapter for Audio devices, compatible with Bluetooth Headphones / Speakers / Reveivers.
- BUILT IN BATTERY: Connect this Bluetooth Transmitter to the USB on your TV or Audio device and never have to charge again or use the built in battery. Built-in battery for up to 6.5 hours use - enjoy your favorite wireless content all the time.
- STREAM AUDIO TO 2 DEVICES: You may stream audio to TWO Headphones / Speakers / Receivers simultaneously. Great for sharing Audio.
- IMPORTANT NOTICE: 1) Works with ANY Bluetooth compatible device but for low latency please ensure your receiver support aptX-LL. 2) In Dual link mode does NOT support aptX Low Latency. Our NEW Version Priva III and Priva IIA support aptX LL in dual link.
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Add Bluetooth function to TV, DVD, PC or any audio source device.
Simply use standard 3.5mm audio cable or RCA cable connect Priva II to your TV's audio output. Once turn on the Priva II, the audio will be transmit to receiver or headphones from Priva II by Bluetooth.
Get the minimum delay between audio and video to watch TV and play online game.
Priva II adopts aptX? Low Latency technology to ensure the audio delay is minimum. And this required your receiver/headphones also support atpX Low Latency, and the audio delay would be around 40ms (Due to aptX technology limitation, aptX Low Latency does currently not supported under dual link)
Dual link support - Share audio wirelessly with your friend and won't disturb other peoples.
Priva II can transmit audio to 2 headphones / receiver simultaneously, so you can share audio with your friend.
Dual power mode design - DC mode for forever use. Battery mode for portable use.
In DC mode, you can connect Priva II to a charger all the time - No need to worry about the battery low
* Bluetooth 4.1
* Bluetooth profile: A2DP
* Audio codec: aptX-LL, aptX, SBC, Fast Stream
* Operating Range: Class II, 10 meters
* Play time: up to 6.5 hours
* Product size:48mm(L) x 48mm(W) x 15mm(H)
* Weight: Main Part Approx23g, Base Approx 7g
Compatibility Audio Source: All the audio devices, PCs, MP3, CD player, TV, Gaming etc.
Bluetooth A2DP devices: Bluetooth receivers, Headphones and speakers.
We offer 24 Months Warranty for normal use. Live online support, Telephone Support, and email support are available. Video user guide are available also from Avantree site.
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I obtained both MEE and Priva II for comparison (paid full price, no discount or free sampling). They are very similar products, and compare as below:
-both are compact, can be battery operate for hours, similar price range, similar transmission range (I'll describe later) and connect up to 2 Bluetooth devices
What's up with Priva II?
-smaller, slight cheaper
-it remembers your connected Bluetooth devices, so no need to re-pairing each time
-magnet base can somehow stick onto nearby electronics for ease of positioning
-better sound quality (tested with movies, musical, and bass test songs from YouTube and on two different Bluetooth headphone) that I can discern
-some paint chipped off on the multifunction button as arrived
-cheaper looking package
-no Toslink/optical connection
What's up with MEE?
-good package, the device is black and looks great with my TV set
-Toslink capability, which my relatively old smart TV has only. I had to connect either through my Yamaha receiver or computer directly, which can be cumbersome.
-less sound quality (only after when I compare with Priva II in order to tell the difference)
-need to pair every time when turn on (this takes a few seconds, but gets very annoying and inconvenient)
What about range of transmission?
I tested it specifically because my first pairs of tiny MPOW Bluetooth headphone keeps dropping when connected in dual mode. When connected to a single device, there is really no major difference between the two pieces. I was able to get around 20 feet, but doesn't penetrate brick wall. When connected to 2 Bluetooth devices, I got signal drops even just sitting in front of the TV on my couch, which is about 6-7 feet away. Then I switch to another pair of headphone from Avantree (MPOW gives 25 feet in no obstacle, Avantree Audition about 40 feet). This time it's better, single pair I can now get up to 20 feet and about 10-12 feet on dual. This seems to be the issue with both in dual mode and the distance is approximately halved. Priva II probably gives an extra foot or two after multiple testing and walking in my apartment. I guess headphone's baseline Bluetooth range determines how far you can go. Both of my headphone sets are Aptx capable and I couldn't tell any latency in both single and dual mode on both devices.
Bluetooth wireless option is great for home theater with added benefit to turn your phone into wireless as well, which I enjoy a lot during my commute to work. The pitfall is the range cut off as compare with conventional RF device.
MEE or Priva II? They are comparable and just different style in appearance. MEE is more manly and solid looking while Priva is more tech-looking. Sound quality is definitely better on Priva II and the design with magnet base is unique.
I ended up choosing Priva II for the above reasons and one star off for no Toslink and the chipped paint on the multifunction (maybe the packaging too, but hey, it's 10 bucks cheaper). Recommend for anyone who wants to go wireless and doesn't care about Toslink!
Unfortunately, when I set the system up I only connect using the SBC codec which has longer lag and is inferior for my needs. Spoke with Apple support about beats and they verified my headphones decode apt-x
I sent two messages to avantree support about this and let me tell you was I disappointed in their response, which was two words:" No Comment." I have a screenshot of the email to prove it if your interested. I am so disappointed by the lack of willingness to assist me with their product. It's just sad.
Avantree Priva II, [2016 Version] LOW LATENCY Bluetooth Transmitter Splitter
To spare others the frustration and a waste of time:
we tried the unit with either 1 or 2 bluetooth devices connected at the same time (one avantree headset, Avantree Audition Deep Bass, and the other, MEElectronics Air-Fi Matrix2 AF62) and on 2 different samsung galaxy note pro tablets and a samsung cell. All devices were bluetooth 4.1.
Comparison for the same sound source, with and without Avantree low latency device: there is no lag and sound interruption when either headphone is connected directly to the tablet through bluetooth but A SERIOUS LAG THROUGH avantree 2016 device.
The issue is even more severe when 2 headphones are connected at the same time, one headset would sound okay but the other would have sound hiccups (and this alternates between the headphones), making the sound unintelligible.
The unit does not work as advertised, and from our experience with it, it might not even be bluetooth 4.1 since its performance is worse when compared with the same headphones connected directly to the sound source over bluetooth.
unit was reset as per manufacturers' suggestions. It did not fix the stutter issue. Rating changed to 2 only because the manufacturer wants to help fix the problem.
After much research I decided to order the Priva II from Avantree. I received the unit and charged it fully. My use will be plugged in all the time, not relying on the battery. The ability to operate with a battery allows it to be very portable, a nice bonus.
The pairing process was simple. I mounted the transmitter on the top of my TV to maximize the range and minimize any electrical interference. With this arrangement, I get coverage 30 feet away from my television.
Since my Bluetooth headphones support the new aptx codec, the is virtually no latency at all, problem solved. I would not hesitate in recommending this transmitter to anyone looking for this kind of solution.