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Hilitand Bluetooth 4.1Transmitter for o Music, Bluetooth Receive

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Product description

Features:
1. SPDIF + AUX Port: You get maximum flexibility with support for both 3.5mm (AUX and RCA) and optical (SPDIF) digital, both input and output are supported.
2. Multi-point Connection: In transmit mode, this device can pair with two Bluetooth-enabled headphones or speakers to play music simultaneously. In receive mode, it can pair with two smart phones at the same time, but the music played only by one mobile phone. If you want to switch to another phone to play music, you need to pause or end the music on the current phone.
3. Long working time: Receiver/ Transmitter Adapter with Built-in battery provides more than 12 hours play time
4. Allows seamless connection through Bluetooth 4.1 and up to a distance of 30ft. The main chip data storage uses internal 16M FLASH memory.
5. Two-in-One Bluetooth Transmitter (TX) and Receiver (RX) Device. Converts any Speaker to a Bluetooth Enabled Speaker.

Specifications:
Chipset: CSR BC8670
Supported Protocol: A2DP AVRCP
Supported CODEC: APT-X, SBC and others
Bluetooth Version: V4.1
Frequency: 2.40GHz-2.480GHz
Transmit power: Class II, within 10 meters of the use scope(the actual range depends on the connected equipment)
Charging Time: 2H
Charging Input: DC 5V,300MA
Working Time (AUX, reception status): 15H
Working Time (AUX, launchstatus): 15H
Working Time: (SPDIF, reception status): 12H
Working Time: (SPDIF, launch status): 12H
Battery: 350mAh rechargeable Li-polymer battery
Package Weight: 127g
Dimension: 60 * 60 * 18.4mm / 2.36 * 2.36 * 0.72inch

Package include:
1 x Bluetooth 4.1 Transmitter and Receiver
1 x USB Cable
1 x 3.5mm AUX Cable
1 x Optical Cable
1 x RCA Cable
1 x User Manual

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