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Can folks suggest a
(1)Quality Bluetooth receiver for stereo around (Rs 5k to10k range) that is available in India
Do all BT Rx's have a DAC built in to send out a analog output?
It doesn't have DAC. It plays analog to analog. For better quality sound and also option of DAC, look at Chromecast audio. It uses wifi, which is better than Bluetooth. It has both analog and digital output options.Any pointers on what DAC chipset is used in Logitech One.Just curious .Thanks all.
It doesn't have DAC. It plays analog to analog. For better quality sound and also option of DAC, look at Chromecast audio. It uses wifi, which is better than Bluetooth. It has both analog and digital output options.
Bt transmits analog. For example, your phone converts digital to analog and transmits to BT receiver via Bluetooth
A noob question slightly ot why do bt adapters like the arcam rblink and Audioengine b1 have dac chips in them and they cost between 20k to 30k.
All bluetooth audio receivers which can output analog audio signals use a DAC, and a bluetoooth transmiter that can take a analong input will need a ADC. Most use simple low res fixed-point DAC. So when ARCAM and Audio specifically mention "DAC" it mean they have put in a superior DAC module in their receiver. Bluetooth uses several codecs for audio, the standard SBC may not stand to benefit from a improved DAC, but the newer ones like APTX and LDAC can carry higher resolution audio and do benefit.[/Q
That's is in line what i anticipated. Some form of ADC-DAC is needed.