160ft LONG RANGE Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver 2-in-1, Adapter to add wireless audio to stereo PC speakers iPhone iPad laptop and more. 3.5mm AUX or RCA (Miccus Home RTX - 2 Yr Warranty)
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- LONG RANGE - Stream up to 160ft (50M) with Class 1 Bluetooth technology, far past 33ft Bluetooth limits. Transmit or receive audio throughout your home or to the patio, pool, backyard or garage. Boost the signal 20-40ft with the X7 Antenna.
- BLUETOOTH TRANSMITTER TX - Add to your computer or stereo to send your music wirelessly to Bluetooth headphones, headsets or speakers. Enjoy crystal clear audio with CD-like quality sound
- BLUETOOTH RECEIVER RX-Stream audio from your phone or tablet to play on your existing receiver or av theater system.Upgrade to wireless with minimal cost,listen on your ‘big’ speakers with full DJ control,change tracks or volume from across the room
- EASY TO USE & DEVICES - A set and forget solution, pair it once and it will automatically reconnect each time your device is back in range.Use this adapter with cell phones, computers, Bluetooth speakers or earphones, entertainment systems, and much more
- RELIABLE COMPANY AND SUPPORT: Designed by a Detroit based company to go the distance for you with responsive customer support.NOTE: For TV or Gaming use, purchase the Home RTX 2.0 B075J4RKGH to deliver sound in sync with visual media
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|Home RTX||Home RTX 2.0||Home RTX Mini||Mini-Jack RTX|
|2-in-1 Function: Transmitter & Receiver||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|aptX Low Latency||✓||✓||✓|
|Operating Range||Up to 160ft||Up to 160ft||Up to 33ft||Up to 33ft|
|Audio Connections||RCA or 3.5mm||Optical TOSLINK or 3.5mm||Optical TOSLINK or 3.5mm||3.5mm|
|Power Source||USB Port||USB Port||USB Port||USB Port or 8HR Battery|
|Note: Unlike other bluetooth adapters, aptX Low Latency works in BOTH single and dual link mode. Must be paired with devices that also support aptX Low Latency||Note: aptX Low Latency works only in single link and when paired with devices that also support aptX Low Latency||Note: aptX Low Latency works only in single link and when paired with devices that also support aptX Low Latency|
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|Connectivity Technology||rca||USB||Wireless||wired||rca, bluetooth 4.2|
|Item Dimensions||2.4 x 4.2 x 1 in||0.5 x 3 x 2 in||1.5 x 1.5 x 0.5 in||1.97 x 0.91 x 1.97 in||3.7 x 3.7 x 1.1 in|
The original LONG RANGE Bluetooth audio adapter, we set the record with our class 1 long range technology. Let the Miccus Home RTX be your home audio hub. A great way to add wireless functionality to your existing speakers or stereo equipment. Use two RTX’s together (one in TX mode and one in RX mode) and get increased operating range up to 220ft (line-of-site). With the Miccus Home RTX, Stream music throughout your entire home including the garage, pool, backyard, garden and more.
- Bluetooth v2.1 (compatible with Bluetooth v2.0 or higher) Profiles: A2DP
- Operation range: up to 160ft (50 M), Operating Frequency: 2.4 GHz
- RCA Style Red and White or 3.5mm analog audio inputs and outputs
- Power Input USB DC 5V@500mA; Dimensions: 4.2 (L) x 2.4 (W) x 1 (H) inches; Weight: 4.4oz
What’s in the box?
- Miccus Home RTX (BBRTX-01)
- Dipole Antenna (remove red cap to attach)
- AC to USB power adapter
- USB to USB mini power cable
- RCA to 1/8” audio cable
- RCA to RCA stereo cable
- User Manual and Pairing Guide
Warranty & Support:
- 2-Year No Hassle Warranty. Contact our in-house customer service at +1 (616) 604-4449 and we’ll get you squared away.
- Friendly and knowledgeable - If the need should arise; our Customer Service reps are Jedi masters at speaking and writing the English language and will work with you to solve a problem.
- Support by phone available Monday - Friday, 11am - 4pm EST (616) 604-4449; email support and knowledgebase available 24hrs.
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***** Do this at your own risk and if you are handy with bit of gadget knowledge ****
1. Unscrewed the antenna from the back of the device to install a longer antenna and I did find a Wi-Fi router antenna in my stash and unfortunately it did not make any difference.
Here is the problem: The antenna base on the device should have a copper pin like protrusion in the center to get inserted into the actual antenna that is screwed in. The copper or gold plated pin was missing and I noticed that there was a hole instead and I checked my Wi-Fi and other antenna bases and they have a pin to sit into the antenna.
2. Took a pure copper wire that I used for my sons school project and etched of the insulation and cut a 1.5 centimeter piece and took a forceps or pliers and inserted it into the base of the antenna firmly and screwed in the antenna making sure it gets inserted into the hole of the actual antenna. Tightened it firmly.
3. Turn on the device and wallah, I have a such a strong receiver now, I can walk anywhere in my two storied house and I get crystal clear sound.
1. You don't need any longer antenna than it came with it.
2. If your device has pin in the antenna try removing the metal plates from the housing of the device, for which you need to unscrew the device from the bottom. I don't think that matters but you may want to try.
3. I am attaching a picture illustrating the problem, if you still have q's contact me or responmd to this review and I will reply back.
4. Regarding the actual clarity of the sound, I tried to compare with playing songs from my DVR and the same song through my cell phone using this device and had very similar result, I suggest that you check the device equalizer and tone settings before you compare the sound quality.
5. Other reviewers mentioned that increasing the volume beyond a certain limit is causing the distortion but that is not the case, I set my receiver at a fairly high volume and use my cell phone volume control to manage the volume and works perfectly well and has no distortion at the max volume.
One of the reviewer replied to my review and mentioned that Miccus has posted the antenna issue on their website and offering to replace the defective antenna. I emailed customer service with the problem and my order details and they replied promptly with acknowledgement of the issue and have sent a replacement antenna in few days. Anyway my fix works well so didn't bother to put the new antenna in. Thank you for letting me know and all good reviewers helping other buyers.
I've used several bluetooth transmitters and receivers over the past few years (including equipment made by some famous brand names like Sony and Blackberry) and this is the first tool which really has the solid range which I need. The specs for the range which are listed in the literature for this device are conservative, I believe. The range will always depend on the sensitivity of the bluetooth receiver, plus the power of the transmitter. In this case, Miccus has made sure that you get 200 feet of transmission range and 45 feet of receiving range when it is paired the weakest A2DP devices out there, and factoring in a wall/floor or two. You do not need to be in the line of sight with the device.
The Blubridge Home has a suave design. Those three circles you see on the front are buttons. You press and hold the middle button for three seconds to turn the tool on or off. Once it is on, you can press and hold either the Tx button (left) or Rx button (right) to pair with a foreign bluetooth device. It uses standard bluetooth blink colors (flashes blue and red when pairing, solid blue when connected and receiving, solid red when connected for transmission, flashing red or flashing blue when it is searching for its connection). The lights are in a line inside the case and shine through subtly through the holes and jacks in the back, and the pair of slits along the middle edge of the front.
It is powered by USB. It has a mini-usb jack for that purpose in the housing just below the antenna.
Included in the package are an AC adapter which delivers power to a standard USB jack, a cable which goes from two RCA plugs to one 1/8th inch audio plug, and a male to male 1/8th inch audio cord about a foot long. I have yet to figure out what they intend that last item to be used for (it would have been more useful, if they had included a female to female 1/8th inch audio adapter).
The antenna can be unscrewed and replaced with a larger one if you know where to buy one.
Only one device can be paired at a time. It cannot transmit and receive at the same time.
There is definitely a pulsing background sound which happens if you adjust the volume on the device wrongly.
Connected as a transmitter, it will never disconnect from the bluetooth receiver. So if you leave it on after going to sleep, for example, it'll stay on all night long. The upshot of this is that the batteries in the receiver can really get worn out quickly.
Be aware that this is an A2DP (stereo audio) device ONLY. First generation bluetooth devices used a low quality monaural handshake protocol called HSP (or HFP)... and this is not supported - hence the one or two complaints you see in the reviews here.
In addition, be mindful that the output of audio equipment which is designed to send a feed to amplified equipment can be a bit grainy. That sounds good when booming out of speakers (it gives a "breathiness" to the sound which adds a sense of heightened emotion). However, it will sound awful with earbuds or headphones. If you're having this problem, it may help to turn down the volume of the origin of the sound before you transmit it with the Miccus Blubridge Home. This effect can't be said to be the fault of the Miccus device.
This tool is supposed to reconnect with the device it has been paired with automatically when it comes into range. I haven't tested this fully because I'm always changing bluetooth devices and needing to re-pair.
I've been reading reviews of Miccus bluetooth devices for about a year now, and given the unqualified enthusiasm people seem to have for the company's products, I have faith that this device will serve me well in the coming years.
Weight: 110 grams
Size: 11cm x 6cm x 2.5 cm at its widest points. The antenna is 9cm in length.
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