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Avantree Priva III aptX Low Latency Bluetooth 4.2 Audio Transmitter for TV PC (3.5mm AUX, RCA, PC USB, No Optical) 100ft Long Range, Wireless Audio Adapter, Dual Link for Two Headphones, No Delay
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- Check your audio source output BEFORE purchase: Priva III is ideal for devices with analog audio outputs, e.g. TV with RCA Audio OUT or headphone AUX OUT; AV Receiver with front panel headphone jack. For TVs with only Optical audio output, please consider “Avantree Audikast” instead.
- aptX LOW LATENCY IN SINGLE & DUAL LINK: Simultaneously stream audio to 1 and even 2 headphones with zero lip-sync delay while watching TV, movies or gaming. (NOTE: To achieve low latency (<40ms delay) your receiving device (headphones / speakers) must also support aptX Low Latency otherwise you will experience the lag between sound and picture.)
- EXTENDED RANGE & AUTO-RECONNECT: Bluetooth Class 1 technology transmits audio signals up to 100ft / 30m. Easy to pair and auto-reconnects to the last paired device.
- NO BUILT-IN BATTERY BUT FOREVER POWER: This bluetooth transmitter requires USB power, use your TV's USB port and it powers up automatically when you turn on TV. Or use any phone charger, PC USB or other 5V USB outlet. Never worry about charging.
- COMPUTER USB Audio Support: Ideal for PC use since it supports digital USB audio output. NO need any additional AUX cables.
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- Bluetooth-enable TV, PC, AV Receiver, TV Box, and other devices.
- Support RCA, AUX or USB audio output ports.
- Works with ALL Bluetooth headphones & speakers in single link mode.
- For Dual link mode - works best with Two Bluetooth headphones.
- Supports aptX-Low Latency for 2 compatible (atX-LL) headphones in dual link mode.
Doesn’t work / not recommended for:
- Not for TVs with optical output only (Recommend “Avantree Audikast”).
- Operation range is affected by physical obstructions (walls, people, etc), wireless interference (Wi-Fi routers, Wireless TV adapters, etc) and also depends on receiving device (e.g. TWS earbuds with short internal antennae may only achieve a limited range).
- In dual link, operation range is not as good as in single link.
- Many headphones/speakers (e.g. Bose, Beats, Sony) are primarily for music, not watching TV and do not support aptX-LL. The Priva III will connect with these devices using another codec (e.g. SBC, aptX), resulting in a 70-200ms audio delay which may be noticeable by some users.
- Not compatible with ANY RCA output on back of AV Receiver/amplifier.
- Not recommend for streaming live music (while playing guitar, keyboard, electronic drums etc).
- Once plugged in, TV speaker might work or mute which depends on TV.
NO AUDIO DELAY
The Priva III uses Qualcomm aptX Low Latency（CSR8670）with ＜40ms latency and ideal for TV/movies/PC gaming. Priva III is the WORLD FIRST adapter support low latency in DUAL LINK.
Note: 1) BOTH your headphones have to support aptX LL to achieve no audio delay. 2) Dual Link works best for same brand/model of headphones. Conditions in which Dual Link may not work as well - 2 speakers, 1 headphone + 1 speaker, 2 true wireless earbuds, 2 different brands/models of headphones.
WORK FOR LONG RANGE
Using Class 1 Bluetooth technology and an optimized antenna, the Priva III can reach up to 100ft!
Note: Operation range is affected by physical obstructions (walls, people), wireless interference (Wi-Fi routers, Wireless TV adapters) and also depends on receiving device (e.g. TWS earbuds and devices with small internal antennae may have shorter range).
Compatible with most TVs with RCA/AUX audio output and even computer digital USB audio without the need for additional cables.
Note: The Priva III does NOT support OPTICAL audio output. For TVs with optical audio output, Avantree Audikast or Avantree Oasis Plus is recommended.
No built-in battery
Power on and ready for use
HITH QUALITY ACCESSORIES
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How do I set up the Priva III to work with my TV/PC/AV Receiver?
Please strictly follow the User Guide coming with the Priva III step-by-step. You can also search Youtube for "Avantree Priva III user guide video".
Q: I already plugged everything in - why can't I hear any sound from my headphones? Most common reasons are:
1. There’s no audio signal going into the Priva III. For AUX/RCA output - i) test TV audio output port by directly plugging in a pair of wired headphones to confirm the sound is normal. ii) change your TV audio OUT setting to “Headset” (for AUX) or "External Speakers"(for RCA).
2. The Priva III and headphone are not connected properly. Re-pair and connect them by following the User Guide closely. Once connected, LEDs on Priva III slow down.
Q: Why am I experiencing short range / audio cutting in and out?
The Priva III uses Class 1 Bluetooth technology and an optimized antenna, and its range can reach up to 100ft/30m, subject to the working environment. The most common causes of short range/audio cutting in and out are: (i) an unstable Bluetooth connection - please clear the pairing history of BOTH the Priva III and your Bluetooth receiver. (ii) wireless signal interference - turn off other wireless devices (Wi-Fi routers, Wireless TV adapters) in the vicinity of the Priva III to check and relocate the Priva III if necessary. (iii) short work range of the receiving device - the effective work range is determined by BOTH the transmitting and receiving device. In this case, TWS earbuds and devices with small internal antennae may have shorter range. (iv) unstable source - when streaming from online sources via a PC, Mac or mobile, often the audio cuts are related to your internet bandwidth. Please test with a pair of wired headphones to confirm.
Q: Why am I still experiencing an audio delay?
The Priva III supports the aptX Low Latency codec(aptX-LL) streaming audio with a ≤40ms audio delay that is undetectable by human ear, making it ideal for watching TV/movies/video without audio lag. However, to achieve this your Bluetooth receiver(headphones/speaker) must also support aptX Low Latency otherwise they will connect using the standard SBC codec which has about 220ms of audio latency.
Q: Why can’t I pair the Priva III to my headphones / speaker?
Either the Priva III or the headphone/speaker is affected by around Bluetooth devices and quits pairing mode, turn off all around Bluetooth devices please.
Q: Why am I hearing noise from my headphone / speaker?
FOR AV RECEIVERS - ONLY use the BIG 6.35MM PHONE OUT on the front panel of your AV Receiver with the 6.35mm to 3.5mm adapter. DO NOT use the PREAMP output RCA (L/R) ports on the back panel of your AV Receiver - these can damage your product. FOR TV: Try powering up the Audikast using a different USB charger (5V/0.5-2A). Try a different audio cable to connect the Audikast to your audio source. Clear the pairing history of BOTH the Audikast and your headphones.
Q: Can I use Bluetooth to connect the Priva III to my cellphone / iPad / tablet?
The Priva III only works as a Bluetooth transmitter, it cannot use Bluetooth to wirelessly connect to your cellphone/iPad/tablet (which are also transmitters), however, you can plug the Priva III into the 3.5 audio ports using an audio cable to stream audio to your Bluetooth headphones/speaker.
Q: Why should I use aptX Low Latency supported Bluetooth adapters, such as Avantree Priva III / Audikast / Oasis / Oasis Plus?
“Qualcomm aptX Low Latency audio ensures your Bluetooth wireless enabled device can deliver sound in sync with visual media. It reduces delay and improves end-to-end speed of the audio transmission, resulting in a high quality, synchronised user experience. With aptX Low Latency you can enjoy the freedom of wireless for applications such as gaming and watching videos.”
|Priva IIA||Priva III||Audikast||Oasis||Oasis Plus|
|aptX Low Latency (LL)||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|High resolution 24 bit Audio - aptX HD||No||No||No||No||✓|
|Dual Link Low Latency (LL)||✓||✓||✓||No||✓|
|Operation Range||30m / 100ft||30m / 100ft||30m / 100ft||50m / 164ft||50m / 164ft|
|Audio Input Support||AUX / RCA||AUX / RCA / USB||AUX / RCA / USB / Optical||AUX / RCA / Optical||AUX / RCA / Optical|
|Simutaneous Output (Wire & Bluetooth)||No||No||No||No||✓|
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Last year I purchased the Avantree Priva II along with the Avantree Audition Pro headphones, both are aptX low latency. They worked so well together that my wife wanted the same setup for 'her' TV. So now I own two of each :). There is no audio lag, and the audio quality is very good. The Audition Pro headphones are light weight and very comfortable.
I recently got the new Priva III. I bought it because I didn't need a battery as it's always connected to my TV. Plus, I liked the idea of an on/off switch. The on/off switch makes it convenient to switch the headphone audio source from Priva III/TV to iPhone and vice versa. Yes, I could do the same with the Priva II by simply unplugging the power source. But, the Priva III's switch just makes it easier.
As much as I like my Priva II, the Priva III is even better. Here is a summary:
- Priva III has more volume than Priva II when connected with my Audition Pro headphones (i.e. it can go even louder than Priva II).
- Priva III has much better bluetooth range than Priva II. I never lose connection no matter where I am in my house upstairs or downstairs.
- Both Priva III and Priva II have very good audio quality. No lag with either as long as you're using with aptX low latency headphones (like the Audition Pro headphone).
- Priva III on/off switch makes it easy to change to a different audio source while still keeping my Audition Pro headphones turned on (i.e. from Priva III/TV to iPhone).
- Priva III weighs less since no battery. Priva II has battery.
- Priva III black, Priva II white. For me, black looks better behind my TV.
We originally bought this and the headphones to work with a TCL Roku television. It was easy to set up and worked like a charm. We liked that it also worked as a hearing-assistance device, but that was not particularly necessary for our purposes. We had to return the TCL Roku television when the hard-drive crashed after four months (DON'T RECOMMEND), and we came home with a Samsung Q7f 4K television.
Here is the tricky part: When we tried to connect the transmitter to the Samsung, we could not get any sound out of the headphones. The good news is that it is easily fixed. The bad news is that if you want this transmitter and headphone set to work as hearing-assistance devices with a Samsung smart TV, you need to have an external sound system (a sound bar would work).
Before the transmitter would connect to the Samsung, we first needed to clear the pairing/connection history by doing a hard reset to factory settings on both the transmitter and the Avantree headphones.
To set up the Avantree with the Samsung smart tv WITHOUT An EXTERNAL SOUND SYSTEM: connect the transmitter to the Optical connection on the television. Go to settings on your Samsung TV, go to sound, set the audio/optical to PCM. I do not have a soundbar or other external speakers, so I cannot give detailed instructions for connecting through an external speaker system. But, the Samsung television has a specific output for "external speaker," which you would use instead of the optical connection. If you want to be able to use both the speakers and the headphones at the same time, you would need to connect the transmitter to the external speaker system instead of directly to the television. This is an issue with the television's settings, not Avantree's transmitter.
Once we cleared the old pairing data back to factory settings, re-pairing was easy. To pair the headphones to the transmitter, press the A button on the transmitter and then hold the on/off button on the headphones. You should hear a voice say, "Welcome to Avantree. Pairing." Wait until you hear, "Connected." You have now paired the first pair of headphones and you should start to hear the television. If you don't hear anything, turn off your headphones and reset everything back to factory settings. (Also, make sure the headphones are charged.) Wait until you have paired the first set of headphones to A on the transmitter before pairing the second set to B.
We experience no lag between the audio in the headphones and the television or video games, and the headphones provide rich sounds, picking up even background noises in games and movies that we had never heard before. The phones are soft and comfortable on our ears, too. I also like that the phones can be plugged into a computer or other device using the radio connector cord that comes with the headphones. This way, I don't have to rely on bluetooth if I want to use the headphones for other purposes. We bought a third pair for my son to use with his computer, and he loves them.
The company's technical services were helpful when we were struggling to set up the Avantree with the Samsung television. Hopefully these will last longer than that lemon of a TCL Roku television.
Customer service contacted me and asked me to try again with all other routers and Bluetooth devices off. That is not possible in my house, so I ran some power out to my shed and tried pairing away from interference. The pairing did work and the device worked as a transmitter. Once paired, I was able t move the Priva III and headphones back into the house and the Priva III - headphone pair continued to work...and work well.It worked with Avantree, Beats, and Audio Technica bluetooth headphones. ( I assume more types but those are all I had around.)
So Bravo: It does work, and Boo, it is not convenient to pair this with a device out in the shed.