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Featuring aptX LOW LATENCY and Optical TOSLINK connection, the Purgo Home RTX Mini is an audiophile’s wireless solution. High resolution with 32ms or less of latency means that you won’t notice its wireless. With the 2 in 1 flexibility of a Transmitter or Receiver, find out just how good your TV or stereo can sound. The Home RTX mini seamlessly transforms your TV, Speakers or home AV into a low latency Bluetooth wireless powerhouse!

High-fidelity Bluetooth v4.1 audio Transmitter or Receiver with support for the aptX Low Latency codec.
Bluetooth Transmitter (TX) Mode – Connect the RTX mini to your Television or Home audio equipment and use it to wirelessly stream music to any Bluetooth headphones, speakers or receivers.
Bluetooth Receiver (RX) Mode – Connect the RTX mini to your Stereo, Speakers or Home AV gear and wirelessly stream music from your iPhone, iPad, PC or Bluetooth transmitter.
Dual-Link means that the Home RTX mini can pair or stream with 2 devices at a time. NOTE: When dual-link is enabled it is NOT Low Latency mode.
3.5mm or Optical Audio Connections NOTE – Optical supports PCM, LPCM and Dolby DTS 2.0 it does not support multi-channel formats such as 5.1, 7.1 etc.
Nothing to charge – The Home RTX Mini is powered by USB which means if connected to your TV USB it will turn on and off with the TV.

What’s in the box?
TOSLINK digital optical audio cable
3.5mm AUX audio cable
3.5mm -RCA adapter
USB-Micro USB charging cable
Sticky gel mounting strips
Quick start guide
Advanced Bluetooth 2-in-1 transmitter and receiver adds high fidelity music streaming capability any home stereo or TV.
Bluetooth 4.1 Technology with ATPX Low-Latency delivers exceptional wireless performance and maximum operation range.
Clever 2-in-1 design changes between transmitter or receiver at the flip of a switch.
Dual-Stream capability in transmitter mode can send audio to two pairs of headphones at the same time!
You get maximum flexibility with support for both 3.5mm (AUX and RCA) and optical (TOSLINK) digital, both input and output are supported.

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