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  • Fiio BTR15

    Fiio BTR15 bluetooth dac & usb dac. Fiio BTR15 is a sleek, compact dac for wired earphones and headphones. It connects wirelessly to your phone or computer via bluetooth OR it can connect wired, via usb, to a phone or computer and decode high res and lossless music files.

    Easily change mode with the switch on the side - from BT, to wired usb-c to PC (charges during use) to wired to phone (runs off battery).

    In wired mode BTR15 decodes full high res files, when you want max fidelity. (for lossless high res wired use with iphone 10-14, add Fiio Lt-LT2 in accessory section)

    Switch to BT for max convenience (actually, BT performance is shockingly close to wired in many cases). 

    Fiio BTR15 bluetooth dac has a Global Parametric EQ feature - works when using any source, wired or BT! The EQ lets you fine tune changes to match your tastes or gear.


     Fiio BTR15 bluetooth dac includes a handy clip so it can be secured to something, as below.

    Outstanding clarity thanks to the dual dacs, 2x ESS 9219mq dac chips handle the digital decoding.

    Big portable power from the 4.4mm balanced out - up to 340mW! Get great results with hard to drive muti-driver IEM's and lots of full size headphones.

    Fiio BTR15 bluetooth dac includes the accessories you need to get listening - usb-c cable, usb-a adaptor & the clip.

    Fiio BTR15 reviews:

    Headfonia: RECOMMENDED .... its core attributes stand out: solid sound quality, a great feature set, and an excellent design, all at accessible pricing. This is an example of value for money that is hard to ignore in my book.

    Beyond aesthetics and performance, the BTR15 has features that appeal to a wide range of users, from its wireless and wired capabilities to its convenient car mode and app-based customization options.

    Fiio BTR15 bluetooth dac specs:

    • Output: SE 125mW /  BAL 340mW
    • BT 5.1
    • Decodes LDAC, apt-xHD, LL, AAC
    • Battery life: avg up to 8 hours
    • Charge time: 2 hours
    • Output Imp: SE 1 ohm / BAL 1.5 ohm
    • Weight: 37g
    • Warranty: 1 year

    What's New? Fiio BTR15 vs BTR5: 

    • BTR15 sounds clearer and more open
    • BTR15 has larger, brighter OLED display - easier to use w/ more information
    • BTR15 has newer 4.4mm BAL out, BTR5 had 2.5mm output
    • BTR15 has higher output power
    • BTR15 uses newer versions of the dac chips
    • BTR15 has a lower price, $159.00 (169.95)
    • BTR15 has hardware switch for PC / Phone / BT
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    I got an open box one but it is practically brand new. Updated firmware and software on the thing first. Build quality is fantastic, curved glass, very small, not too heavy. It has a high and low impedance setting(I use low). My headphones are easy to drive and this thing can clearly push more power. On my iems sometimes I hear a very faint pop starting songs. It also does this thing where if no sound is playing and then you play something, the first half second or so is silent. I just got used to it. Compared to the cheap bluetooth receiver I got somewhere else, this thing is miles ahead. It has a screen, independent volume control, and a bunch of other settings I don't use. Also there is abosolutely no background static noise, or it is extremely quiet. I don't recommend the feature where you connect 2 devices at the same time. It seems to work sometimes but if you lose connection with one device you lose both. It is neat switching from one device to the other just by starting and stopping music.

    Kenny N.
    Canada Canada

    So far so great!

    This blows the BTR5 and the BTR7 out of the water! Those two devices sound great, but the BTR15 has no problem powering the Sennheiser HD 560s. I am using the balanced connection, which I think delivers more power. I found the BTR7 a little underpowered for the 560s. I love the ease of use, the toggle for PC/BT/Phone is great, It's much better than cycling through the menu to switch. I planned on mostly using this as an amp for my Senns, but I tried out the bluetooth connection and I gotta say, the difference between wired and wireless is pretty neglegable. What is also surprising is that, again, the BTR15 has no problem running the Senns via bluetooth as well. Fiio, again, knocks it out of the park. I feel they made some impracticle choices with the BTR7, and the 15 fixes those issues. Oh, and it comes with a clip! As did the BTR5, but the BTR7 didn't, and the faux leather case was a big gawdy and not at all secure.

    Canada Canada