Audio products manufacturer RBH Sound has introduced its new RBH BTâ100 stereo amplifier powering a pair of Signature Series SV-61R bookshelf speakers.
The BTâ100 amplifier features a built-in Bluetooth 4.0 radio, and is capable of delivering 50 watts per channel of high fidelity, class D power into a pair of 4-ohm speakers.
RBH also incorporated the aptX codec into the BTâ100, giving the compact amplifier improved sound quality and increased streaming efficiency with enhanced overall dynamic range. Virtually any Bluetooth enabled device, such as a smart phone, easily pairs with the BTâ100, allowing the user to wirelessly stream a playlist through speakers.
“Any speakers lying around the house can, with our new BTâ100, become Bluetooth enabled and be listened to within a few minutes,” said Daren Egan, RBH´s Marketing director.
RBH added three additional inputs: a 1/8-inch (3.5mm) analog stereo headphone jack auxiliary input, a set of RCA-style analog input jacks and an industry-standard SPDIF optical digital input that gives the BTâ100´s built-in digital-to-analog converter the ability to decode and play up to 192k / 24 bit high resolution audio formats.
The SPDIF input allows the BTâ100 to be easily connected to nearly any flat panel television, making it easy for people to upgrade the sound of their flat panel television with a pair of bookshelf, on-wall, in-wall or in-ceiling speakers or a stereo speaker bar.
A Utah-based company, RBH is privately owned and operated since 1976.