Audioquest BEETLE DAC Optical Bluetooth USB Digital-to-Analog Converter

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Optical–Bluetooth–USB Digital-to-Analog ConverterThe multiple award-winning AudioQuest DragonFlys just got a sibling -- the AudioQuest Beetle joins the Digital Critter family of small highly affordable and surprisingly potent devices that make even expensive headphones or whole systems sound a lot better.By accepting not only USB audio but also Toslink cable and Bluetooth wireless the Beetle improves the sound of every way you enjoy music movies and video. Using the Beetle instead of the low-quality built in Digital-to-Analog-Converters (DACs) supplied with powered speakers TVs computers phones multiroom devices etc. actually does what the old cliché says – the Beetle will bring your system to life.FeaturesMQA playback over USB enabled with forthcoming firmware update24/96 asynchronous-transfer USB means no external driver requiredOperating firmware updatable with free AQ device manager appMinimum-phase digital filter for natural relaxed soundSuperior linear (Analog Not Digital) power supplyStandard pairing procedure when using Bluetooth Toslink Optical InputThe Beetle’s Toslink optical input allows you to connect to the many devices whose analog outputs are not blessed by a Beetle-quality DAC and to those like many of today’s TVs that don’t have an analog output at all. Televisions media servers and gaming consoles are just a few of many possible applications.When there is a choice of digital outputs the RF noise isolation provided by optical will often give a Toslink connection a tremendous advantage over a metal connection. However please remember that Toslink cable quality varies just as widely as from the poorest to the very best USB Coax Ethernet etc.Bluetooth Receiver Using Asynchronous-TransferFor Beetle AudioQuest created the first asynchronous-transfer Bluetooth (Stream-length BT) receiver. When Beetle’s Bluetooth is used with smartphones tablets and other Bluetooth enabled devices you will be amazed a

  • Bluetooth Receiver with Asynchronous Streamlength BT technology
  • High-Performance Optical Input
  • USB Input for improving the sound of your Laptop, Tablet, or Phone
  • Minimum-Phase Digital Filter for Natural Sound
  • Free AQ Device Manager App for personalization and software/firmware updates
Optical–Bluetooth–USB Digital-to-Analog ConverterThe multiple award-winning AudioQuest DragonFlys just got a sibling -- the AudioQuest Beetle joins the Digital Critter family of small highly affordable and surprisingly potent devices that make even expensive headphones or whole systems sound a lot better.By accepting not only USB audio but also Toslink cable and Bluetooth wireless the Beetle improves the sound of every way you enjoy music movies and video. Using the Beetle instead of the low-quality built in Digital-to-Analog-Converters (DACs) supplied with powered speakers TVs computers phones multiroom devices etc. actually does what the old cliché says – the Beetle will bring your system to life.FeaturesMQA playback over USB enabled with forthcoming firmware update24/96 asynchronous-transfer USB means no external driver requiredOperating firmware updatable with free AQ device manager appMinimum-phase digital filter for natural relaxed soundSuperior linear (Analog Not Digital) power supplyStandard pairing procedure when using Bluetooth Toslink Optical InputThe Beetle’s Toslink optical input allows you to connect to the many devices whose analog outputs are not blessed by a Beetle-quality DAC and to those like many of today’s TVs that don’t have an analog output at all. Televisions media servers and gaming consoles are just a few of many possible applications.When there is a choice of digital outputs the RF noise isolation provided by optical will often give a Toslink connection a tremendous advantage over a metal connection. However please remember that Toslink cable quality varies just as widely as from the poorest to the very best USB Coax Ethernet etc.Bluetooth Receiver Using Asynchronous-TransferFor Beetle AudioQuest created the first asynchronous-transfer Bluetooth (Stream-length BT) receiver. When Beetle’s Bluetooth is used with smartphones tablets and other Bluetooth enabled devices you will be amazed a

  • Bluetooth Receiver with Asynchronous Streamlength BT technology
  • High-Performance Optical Input
  • USB Input for improving the sound of your Laptop, Tablet, or Phone
  • Minimum-Phase Digital Filter for Natural Sound
  • Free AQ Device Manager App for personalization and software/firmware updates