With the NuForce BTR-100, users can stream CD quality digital audio directly to their high performance digital home stereo system.
Milpitas, CA July 10, 2013
NuForce, Inc., a leader in professional and consumer audio gear, introduces the BTR-100, a high-fidelity Bluetooth digital receiver that enables users to stream CD-quality audio directly to their home stereo systems.
With their mass-market DACs and analog output stages, the majority of Bluetooth receivers achieve no more than mediocre audio performance. The BTR-100 delivers audiophile-grade fidelity via state-of-the-art aptX-enabled Bluetooth technology and direct optical connectivity, features that permit CD-quality audio to be streamed wirelessly to your NuForce digital integrated amplifier or other digital-input DAC/amp devices.
In those instances where the user prefers to connect directly to an analog amplifier or powered speakers, the BTR-100 also offers stereo analog outputs. Whatever connection you choose, with the BTR-100, you can be sure that your system will perform to the limits of its ability.
Pricing and Availability
The NuForce BTR-100, available worldwide at a suggested retail price of $69 USD, will be shipping July 10, 2013
Based in Fremont, California, NuForce first gained acclaim for its patented audiophile-grade Class-D power amplifiers, earning numerous awards from audio publications in the U.S. and Japan. Building upon its reputation as a company that develops state-of-the-art audio products, NuForce has worked diligently to expand its product line with digital-to-analog converters, in-ear and over-the-ear headphones, speakers and subwoofers, cables, additional home and headphone amplifiers, and other quality audio accessories. In every product and in every way, the NuForce brand offers superior engineering in designs of simple elegance.
Sold internationally, NuForce remains firmly committed to value and integrity in the production of high-performance consumer electronics adhering to stringent quality standards.