- Dimensiones del producto: 1,5 x 2 x 7 cm ; 23 g
- Número de modelo del producto: 15114990
- ASIN: B0065V9TXC
- Fecha de disponibilidad en Amazon: 15 de febrero de 2014
- Valoración media de los clientes: Sé el primero en opinar sobre este producto
Audio Technica AT-PHA05BT - Receptor estéreo Bluetooth con auricular
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- Interfaz de host (USB)
- bluetooth: 2.1+EDR
Detalles del producto
Descripción del producto
Altura: 7 cm
Ancho: 2 cm
Color del producto: Negro
Compatibilidad con dispositivos Apple: No
Fuente de energía: Batería
Interfaz de host: USB
Perfiles de Bluetooth: A2DP, AVRCP, HFP, HSP
Profundidad: 1,5 cm
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): -40 Db
Salida de impedancia: 16 Ohmio
Tecnología de batería: Polímero de litio
Versión de Bluetooth: 2.1+EDR
Opiniones de clientes
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The instructions are in Japanese with NO English translation. Since this product is only sold in Japan (no kidding!), there are no instruction sheets to be found in any English speaking country I could think of, including Singapore, Hong Kong, England. I didn't pursue after that. Of all the sites, Hong Kong had a particularly complete list... except for this thing.
What I ended up doing is: on the local (US in my case) AudioTechnica web site, search for 'Bluetooth'. One of the Bluetooth (possibly the only) headsets (ATH-BT03) is an in-the-ear type, with the headset wire connected to the control unit by a dongle. That control unit is similar to this product's. To wit:
Both the pairing and power connector are underneath a partially removable cover at the bottom of the unit. If you have no fingernails (to speak of), a small screwdriver can be used to pry up the cover. It doesn't require much force, so be careful,
Pairing is done with a little, itsy-bitsy, teeny-weenie button that, if you have fingernails, be careful not to break them. This thing is recessed a little., so I used the end of a pair of needle nose pliers to push it in. If I haven't made myself clear, it's really hard to get to it. Once you push it - I can't remember if you need to hold it; I was too traumatized by then - pairing is very easy.
The power button has it's own slider switch on the OPPOSITE side to the effect switch and the playback controls. You still have to slide it up for 3 seconds to turn off or on.
No red/blue blinking lights. There's a little display that actually tells you something: not only that pairing is in process, but which of the 3 protocols are being negotiated - seriously not bad!
The effect button (which boosts/unboosts bass, for those who like that sort of thing) and the volume and playback controls are disabled if the host is in charge. I've had it link up a couple of times and depending on which account I'm using, the control is with the unit or with the host. Eventually, I'll work that out.
The phone answer button is on the front.
For the reset pin-hole, look on the left side top.
Delivery is by slow boat, but it's worth waiting for. It's a Bluetooth signal level 2 device, so depending on the host, it can receive up to 33 feet away (10m for those metrically inclined).
The first thing I noticed immediately - THE MUSIC SOUNDS SO MUCH CLEARER AND MORE DETAILED THAN BEFORE!! The fact that it has a built in amp is awesome, the difference is not subtle between this and my prior device, everything else being exactly the same. I am not using very high end headphones or anything (JLab J6 earbuds) and it was still a big positive difference.
Other things I really like:
1. The amount of power it can generate. This device can serve up audio at relatively very high volumes while maintaining very good quality.
2. The long battery life. This thing runs all day at work at medium volumes, without the first hiccup. Granted I've only been using it now for a couple of weeks, but my prior device used to want to crap out after 8 hours or so. This one has never yet died on me in a single day.
3. The EQ presets. I usually always choose "flat" and in fact am generally not a big fan of EQ at all, but I find myself leaving this device on "BASS". It's not like bass boost I've been used to before, in that the boost is relatively subtle rather than in your face, and it does not seem to negatively affect fine treble detail.
4. The buttons. This sounds silly, but the last device I had was not the easiest to control, especially without having eyes on it. I leave this thing on my belt loop at work and don't want to have to look down at it to control the device. The buttons on this device are big enough that they are easy to pick out by feel.
The negatives, because of course there always are:
1. The instructions are completely in Japanese. It's not rocket science figuring it out, but if you don't have much experience with bluetooth you may have issues. That said, to pair, all you do is find the pairing button under a little flap on the bottom of the device, and hold it until it goes in to pairing mode. Was not difficult to get up and running for me. Another reviewer below already posted very good details about the pairing process.
2. The device itself is significantly bigger and bulkier than the other device I used to use. It's probably 1.5 times the size. Perhaps part of that has to do with the internal amplification and good battery (and if that's the case I'll take the larger device every time, so this really isn't a "negative", I just wish it were a bit smaller).
3. The little flap at the bottom of the device is somewhat annoying, although I've stopped short of simply ripping it off. You must pull this flap down to access the charging port, and the pairing button.
When all is said and done, I'm very happy I took the chance and gave this device a shot. My ears are thanking me every day. : )
EDIT: Two months or so in, I finally cut the bottom flap off. It is annoying as hell (especially for someone like me who bites their fingernails) and anyways I don't see what purpose the little door serves other than to look nice. That aside, I have now been using this device for a couple of months basically every single day. It is an excellent device, easy to use, the battery lasts a really long time, and the sound quality is absolutely beautiful. I wish I had found this device years ago.
I do not use any of the audio processing settings (movie mode, game mode, blah blah blah.) If you're into that sort of thing, I'm sure you'll find it great, I'm just not into it.
I seldom use it for making calls, but on the occasion I have, it worked fine.
I'm a headphone junkie, and a Bluetooth addict. My other go-to BT headphone setup is the LG HBS-700, which are great for convenience and size, but don't sound nearly as good as this receiver with good headphones. I've also used the Jabra Clipper, which I did not love. The sound quality wasn't great, and it would lose its connection very easily.
However, I am returning it.
This product cannot connect to two bluetooth devices at the same time. Even though it can be paired with multiple devices, only one can be connected at any time. I need a device that with work with two phones. Since this product will not do that, I am sending it back.