FiiO BTA10 Bluetooth adapter for Audio-Technica ATH-M50x launched in India

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FiiO, a popular audio equipment maker has launched dedicated Bluetooth adapter for Audio-Technica ATH-M50x headphones. These wired headphones from Audio-Technica could be turned into wireless headphones with the new FiiO BTA10 Bluetooth adapter. Priced at Rs 3,490, this new FiiO product would be available for purchase on the company’s website as well as leading online and offline stores in India. 

FiiO BTA10 Bluetooth Adapter – Features

Specifically designed to make the best of the Audio-Technica ATH-M50x features, once you go wireless on these wired headphones, then you’d enjoy a range of features. The brand teases that its adapter is equipped with high-performance amplifier TPA6132A2. 

Built-in Qualcomm QC3005 Bluetooth chip, the new Bluetooth Adapter comes with a Bluetooth 5.0 support and offers SBC/AAC/aptX/aptX LL audio codecs. Once you have connected the BTA10 with Audio Technical’s headphones, then you’d be able to enjoy the range up to 10 meters. 

The FiiO BTA10 is a built-in microphone, which is backed by a Qualcomm CVC noise cancellation technology. Note that, FiiO BTA10 is specifically designed to fit the size and curve of the ATH-M50x headphones. So, you don’t have to worry about the mismatch. 

It is a built-in lithium-ion battery, which is said to let for 8 hours as per the company claims. There is a dual color – Red & Blue, status indicator light. There is a three-button inline control, which includes volume rocker keys, and power/pairing/playback key. 

Would you be interested to upgrade your experience if you own this particular Audio-Technica headphone? Let us know in the comment section below.

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