Finally, a Bluetooth Receiver for True Hi-Res Hi-Fi
The vast majority of Bluetooth receivers use digital-to-analog converters which are directly built-in on the Bluetooth chip. These are mostly of mediocre quality, because they were designed for a hands-free car phone system or small handheld mobile speakers rather than high-end audio. The V90-BLU5 HD has a separate DAC for re-clocking and up-sampling, using the first-class Burr-Brown chip PCM1781D. Bluetooth has never sounded this good, and you will finally have the proper integration for high-end systems, where Bluetooth is used for serious listening. Retain all the warmth, detail, transparency, and dynamics in your music with the V90-BLU HD.
Using the Latest Bluetooth standard 5.0
Bluetooth 5.0 is the latest version of the Bluetooth wireless communication standard. It includes various improvements, but only when used with compatible peripherals. Musical Fidelity was able to push the range of the Bluetooth connection all the way to 780 feet (compared to 98 feet with Bluetooth 2.0). Even with obstacles and walls in the way, the V90 can access more bandwidth to ensure constant high bit-rates for your aptX HD transmission. Of course, this requires a mobile device that also supports these standards. Should you have an older phone without BT 5.0, the standard will still be fully backwards compatible and just fall back to previous BT versions, although with degraded range and bandwidth.