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Lavaudio DS200Pro HiFi Bluetooth 5.0 Music Receiver EXPIRED

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YmooDirect via Amazon has Lavaudio DS200Pro HiFi Bluetooth 5.0 Music Receiver for $47.35 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free.

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About this item:
  • DS200 Pro is a Bluetooth HiFi receiver supports LDAC, which can streams high quality music from cellphone, pc or any other music player with Bluetooth to any of your home stereo systems. Plug and play, super easy.
  • DS200 Pro Bluetooth Receiver for Home Stereo is featuring Bluetooth 5.0 (CSR8675) chip which is a premium solution delivering high quality wireless audio performance and supporting for aptX, aptX LL, aptX HD, AAC decoding.
  • Featuring with ES9018K2M SABRE32 Reference DAC which is a high-performance 32-bit, 384kHz PCM data, 2-channel audio D/A converter targeted for audiophile-grade portable applications, delivers a DNR of up to 127dB and THD+N of –120dB, a performance level that will satisfy the most demanding audio enthusiasts. 2.0Vrms maximum RCA output level.
  • Utilizing Class 1 Bluetooth technology and designed with external gain antenna. DS200Pro Bluetooth receiver can achieve a range of up to 100ft. Kindly be noted that Operation range can be affected by many factors such as Wi-Fi routers, physical obstructions like walls, metal obstacles etc. and also depended on receiving device.
  • Supports both analog (RCA / 3.5mm AUX audio) and digital (optical) outputs, provides ultimate compatibility with your existing stereo equipment.

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YmooDirect via Amazon [amazon.com] has 1mii Lavaudio HiFi Receiver on sale for $119 - 35% Off w/ promo code 35U54V98 - $30 Coupon = $47.35 at checkout. Shipping is free. ***Note: DS200 is not a Bluetooth transmitter, Neither support connecting to TV nor pairing Bluetooth headset / speaker.
  • QUALCOMM Bluetooth 5.0(CSR8675) chip with support for aptX, aptX LL, aptX HD, AAC decoding.
  • Bluetooth HiFi receiver supports LDAC & Plug and play.
  • Build-in Nichicon Multiple-stage Audio Capacitor Array
  • Audiophile Grade HiFi DAC
  • Can achieve a range of up to 100ft
  • Support LDAC, with 3x the data transmitted. Supports the transfer of 24-bit, 96 kHz (Hi-Res) audio.
  • Supports both analog (RCA / 3.5mm AUX audio) and digital (optical) outputs.
  • DS200 Pro can access and play music from any music apps such as Tidal, Spotify, Qobuz and Pandora, podcasts etc.
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FYI: This is just my opinion.

HDMI is the standard for audio/video for many reasons. Optical link has it's limitations (sound only, limited length, cant be bent) that HDMI cables don't. Its still widely available on a lot of equipment but is slowly dying because of HDMI . The main reason one would purchase this DAC is to stream audio from sources to older equipment (stereo receivers) or powered speakers that don't have Bluetooth built in. That being said, this DAC will keep your music in the supported formats from loosing sound quality from your Bluetooth source/device to whatever output you connect to this DAC. This DAC also will have much better Bluetooth support with multiple audio formats and Digital audio compression sound quality than a majority of all in one receivers with built in Bluetooth /Stereo equipment currently have. I would say if you want the convenience of having much better sound quality with a wider decoding of quality formats like aptx and LDAC along with low latency, than this is a no brainer for the right applications. But most everyday listeners or bass heads that want no soundstage or separation would probably be more than happy without it.

Personally for me this is exactly what I've been looking for to connect to my Denon receiver .Which is right before HDMI but has everything else I want minus BT. Looks future proof and has solid reviews from those who have picked it up previously. on amazon. Hopefully this is the info you were looking for ?
This is not an amp.
Not the only one, but you are suffering from, some theory everyone has your needs.

Most BT modules in equipment is rated for 10m, 33 feet. Which for many is really functional at around 15-20ft max. This would allow those that use their phone or a tablet to walk around much of their house while carrying their devices. Just as en example siince this has triple the range.

Now as to answer your actual question, yes–many BT modules don't have support for all the codecs this does and if you have have LDAC in your transmission device you'll have 96khz @ 24-bit from your source all the way to your speakers. 96/24 is also the safe limit for Toslink Optical.

This also has a much better DAC chipset that whats built into most devices.

Basically, if you have a decent system, but still want wireless, you need something like this many times. You, though need to stop thinking wireless audio can't be as good as wired. Thats outmoded to current tech.

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Excellent find. I've been looking for a high end BT5 receiver. TU!
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Can this power two in ceiling speakers?
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Can this power two in ceiling speakers?
This is not an amp.
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Am I the only one here who thinks these are odd devices? Is BT 5.0 so excellent that it justifies an optical link to a receiver?
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the saving code doesn't work Frown
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the saving code doesn't work Frown
I just used it successfully. It didn't show the discount until I was checking out.
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Am I the only one here who thinks these are odd devices? Is BT 5.0 so excellent that it justifies an optical link to a receiver?
FYI: This is just my opinion.

HDMI is the standard for audio/video for many reasons. Optical link has it's limitations (sound only, limited length, cant be bent) that HDMI cables don't. Its still widely available on a lot of equipment but is slowly dying because of HDMI . The main reason one would purchase this DAC is to stream audio from sources to older equipment (stereo receivers) or powered speakers that don't have Bluetooth built in. That being said, this DAC will keep your music in the supported formats from loosing sound quality from your Bluetooth source/device to whatever output you connect to this DAC. This DAC also will have much better Bluetooth support with multiple audio formats and Digital audio compression sound quality than a majority of all in one receivers with built in Bluetooth /Stereo equipment currently have. I would say if you want the convenience of having much better sound quality with a wider decoding of quality formats like aptx and LDAC along with low latency, than this is a no brainer for the right applications. But most everyday listeners or bass heads that want no soundstage or separation would probably be more than happy without it.

Personally for me this is exactly what I've been looking for to connect to my Denon receiver .Which is right before HDMI but has everything else I want minus BT. Looks future proof and has solid reviews from those who have picked it up previously. on amazon. Hopefully this is the info you were looking for ?
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Quote from bigo_oxes :
FYI: This is just my opinion.

HDMI is the standard for audio/video for many reasons. Optical link has it's limitations (sound only, limited length, cant be bent) that HDMI cables don't. Its still widely available on a lot of equipment but is slowly dying because of HDMI . The main reason one would purchase this DAC is to stream audio from sources to older equipment (stereo receivers) or powered speakers that don't have Bluetooth built in. That being said, this DAC will keep your music in the supported formats from loosing sound quality from your Bluetooth source/device to whatever output you connect to this DAC. This DAC also will have much better Bluetooth support with multiple audio formats and Digital audio compression sound quality than a majority of all in one receivers with built in Bluetooth /Stereo equipment currently have. I would say if you want the convenience of having much better sound quality with a wider decoding of quality formats like aptx and LDAC along with low latency, than this is a no brainer for the right applications. But most everyday listeners or bass heads that want no soundstage or separation would probably be more than happy without it.

Personally for me this is exactly what I've been looking for to connect to my Denon receiver .Which is right before HDMI but has everything else I want minus BT. Looks future proof and has solid reviews from those who have picked it up previously. on amazon. Hopefully this is the info you were looking for ?
I thought the poster was questioning the benefit of a digital output vs an analog output considering the source would be a Bluetooth stream.
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Am I the only one here who thinks these are odd devices? Is BT 5.0 so excellent that it justifies an optical link to a receiver?
Not the only one, but you are suffering from, some theory everyone has your needs.

Most BT modules in equipment is rated for 10m, 33 feet. Which for many is really functional at around 15-20ft max. This would allow those that use their phone or a tablet to walk around much of their house while carrying their devices. Just as en example siince this has triple the range.

Now as to answer your actual question, yes–many BT modules don't have support for all the codecs this does and if you have have LDAC in your transmission device you'll have 96khz @ 24-bit from your source all the way to your speakers. 96/24 is also the safe limit for Toslink Optical.

This also has a much better DAC chipset that whats built into most devices.

Basically, if you have a decent system, but still want wireless, you need something like this many times. You, though need to stop thinking wireless audio can't be as good as wired. Thats outmoded to current tech.
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Does this have a build in Amp?
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Does this have a build in Amp?
No. This device is a way to add Bluetooth to amps or receivers.
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Does this have a build in Amp?
No amp. This should plug into a preamp or receiver or maybe powered speakers. It only produces line level audio at best.
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Is there any any of these that convert music in 5.1,have great surround system but only play music in stereo
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