AirLink Hi-Fi Bluetooth Audio Receiver Boasts 24-Bit Audio Codec

Using built-in 24-bit audio codec AirLink Bluetooth audio receiver not only turns your speaker or headphones into a wireless audio device, but also ensures high-quality music playback. Need more features? Let’s continue checking.

AirLink Hi-Fi Bluetooth Audio Receiver

The AirLink is a versatile and powerful Bluetooth adapter that measures 2 x 4 x 0.5 inches and weighs 8g. The adapter shows off a compact and lightweight design. Using an integrated clip you can easily attach it on your cloth for easy carrying. Meanwhile, the smooth contours and metallic accents deliver a modern, minimalistic aesthetic style. Two optional colors allow it to match different personal styles.

Using built-in Bluetooth module, the AirLink wirelessly communicates with your smartphone or tablet, while its 3.5mm audio jack and included audio cable allows it to work well with your wired speaker or headphones for wireless music streaming. More importantly, the Bluetooth audio receiver is able to produce 24bit of stereo audio and support 14 bands PEQ for high-resolution audio playback. Using two AirLinks, you even can share 24-bit music with your friend.

AirLink Hi-Fi Bluetooth Audio Receiver

In addition to giving a wireless speaker or Bluetooth headphones, the Bluetooth receiver also features built-in microphone for handsfree calling and activating your smart phone’s voice assistant including Siri, Cortana, or Google Now. Moreover, integrated remote not only controls your music playback, but also doubles as a remote shutter for selfies and group photos. In addition, built-in rechargeable battery offers up to 8 hours of playback time between charges.

The AirLink has been available for preorder on Indiegogo (flexible crowdfunding goal). You can pledge $29 to preorder the Bluetooth audio receiver. It would be shipped in August 2017.

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