Thursday, March 18, 2021

Perfect For the Man on Your Easter Gift List

I received this product from Auris for review.  If you have a hard to buy for man in your life, check out this awesome HD Bluetooth Receiver.

The Auris bluMe HD Bluetooth 5.0 Music Receiver with Audiophile DAC and aptX HD has a retail price of $119 and comes in your choice of black or silver.  With bluMe, you can wirelessly stream high quality audio from a Bluetooth enabled device to any music system or powered speakers, allowing you to enjoy a limitless variety of high definition digital music through your existing Hi-Fi audio system.  It's easy to set up, connects in seconds, and you won't need to download an app or use a wireless router network.

Using the latest Bluetooth v5.0 technology and Qualcomm CSR8675 Bluetooth audio chipset, which is a premium low power solution designed to deliver high quality wireless audio performance, bluMe will allow you to stream with the highest quality sound.  Integrated with MCU and a 120MHz DSP that allows support for 24 bit audio over Bluetooth for aptX HD, this chipset is known to provide a much more stable signal strength, even if you normally deal with lots of interference.

There are two high quality gold plated RCA jacks that operate as analog outputs.  You can use the included RCA-RCA signal cable to connect any audio system with a standard analog audio input to bluMe HD.  If your system has 3.5mm “mini” jack input, use the included RCA-mini cable.  There is also a Digital Optical (SPIDF) Out that allows you to connect to an outboard DAC or the digital input of a surround receiver.  This gives you a 100% pure high-res digital signal through to your existing sound system. 

With bluMe HD, you can play any audio source a Bluetooth enabled device can access, opening up a virtually unlimited universe of music to enjoy through your Hi-Fi audio system.  You won't be limited to just the music that’s stored on your device, you'll also be able to access music streaming services like Pandora and Spotify, internet radio stations, podcasts and even music libraries connected to a wireless home network.  And best of all , you can access it instantly, wirelessly in Hi-Fi quality.

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