Xantech Offers Award-Winning BDXTT Stereo Bluetooth® Receiver

The BDXTT provides a full-fidelity, reliable wireless connection between an A/V system and any handheld Bluetooth® A2DP-enabled device such as a smart phone, iPad®, PC or tablet, wherever consumers store and manage their music and media

Xantech (booth #1N73), a leader in the field of audio/video remote control and distribution, offers the award-winning BDXTT Stereo Bluetooth® Receiver. The Xantech BDXTT provides a wireless connection between any A2DP Stereo Bluetooth-enabled audio source and any single or multi-zone audio system.


"Consumers are increasingly using mobile devices to store and access the music they enjoy in their daily lives," notes Xantech President Graham Hallett. "Mobile devices are increasingly becoming a go-to audio source - MP3 Players, laptop computers and cellular phones. The BDXTT is a solution for integrators to bridge the gap between these mobile devices and an installed audio system, making it perfect for the home office, bedroom, kitchen, or anywhere that users enjoy their music."

Products that may be connected using the Xantech BDXTT Stereo Bluetooth Receiver include the Apple iPad®, Apple iPhone® or Apple iPod touch®2G, a large array of smart phones, and personal computers. The Xantech BDXTT pairs with Stereo Bluetooth A2DP devices over an operating distance of up to 80 feet.

Each Xantech BDXTT Stereo Bluetooth Receiver features an individual alphanumeric ID, allowing multiple units to be installed in a multi-zone application. Stereo Bluetooth A2DP-paired audio source devices may be integrated into Xantech multi-zone audio systems using the Xantech MRC88m controller, Digital Delivery System (DDS), or any other audio amplifier or amplified speaker with RCA or 3.5-mm stereo mini-phone inputs. Accessories for the Xantech BDXTT include a stereo 3.5-mm mini-phone-to-RCA audio cable and a stereo 3.5-mm mini-phone audio cable.

The Xantech BDXTT ships with a 100V~240V universal power supply with region adaptor plugs. An included rechargeable battery permits two hours of portable use.

For more information on Xantech's full range of products, please visit www.xantech.com.

About Xantech
Xantech (www.xantech.com) designs and manufactures an extensive range of audio, video and control products and systems, many of which have become de facto industry standards. Xantech IR products are specified into more audio/video installations than any other brand. Xantech also supplies hi-definition HDMI video solutions, touch-panels and IP control systems for residential and commercial applications, multi-room audio/video systems, audio source components and processors, and software programming tools.

Products are sold to professional installers and distributors directly from Xantech. Xantech's products are marketed in North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Europe. Xantech is a part of The AVC Group in Carlsbad, California. For additional information about Xantech and its innovative products, please visit www.xantech.com.

About The AVC Group, LLC:
Headquartered in Carlsbad, California, The AVC Group, LLC is a portfolio of pre-eminent manufacturers and marketers of state-of-the-art consumer and commercial audio, video and control system solutions. The AVC Group is comprised of the following industry leading brands: NILES® Audio (www.nilesaudio.com), ELAN® Home Systems (www.elanhomesystems.com), Xantech® (www.xantech.com), ATON® (www.atonhome.com), and Sunfire® (www.sunfire.com). The AVC Group, LLC is a subsidiary of Nortek, Inc.'s (www.nortek-inc.com) Home Technology Group.

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