RapcoHorizon BTIBLOX 4.2 Bluetooth XLR Receiver

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Go Wireless! RapcoHorizon's BTIBLOX is a simple way to send audio from your bluetooth equipped device to your audio system with no additional cables needed. BTIBLOX features the latest 4.2 bluetooth technology and quickly pairs with your device. BTIBLOX can be used with audio mixers, powered speakers, and snake inputs, and can be powered using the internal battery, phantom power, or by plugging the charging port to an appropriate charging block. Features quick 2 hour charge time, and a battery life of 24 hours.

RapcoHorizon BTIBLOX 4.2 Bluetooth XLR Receiver Features
  • Quickly and easily pairs with most bluetooth devices
  • Can operate via phantom power, internal rechargeable battery, or connected to USB charger block
  • Bluetooth 4.2 specification
  • XLR male connects directly to mixers, wallplates, powered speakers, or snake inputs
  • Charging cable included

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Helpful Info about the Manufacturer
Phone:  800.325.0266 Warranty:  Limited Lifetime

Product Specifications

RapcoHorizon BTIBLOX 4.2 Bluetooth XLR Receiver Specifications
  • Charging Time: 2 Hours
  • Battery Life: 24 Hours
  • Range: 100 ft (Dependent on Conditions)
  • Warranty: 2 Year Limited

Customer Reviews

Review: David L Gordon, Submitted: 1/7/2019

Product Rating5 out of 5 stars.



Love this thing, it's a man's bluetooth receiver!
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Rugged, manly and easy to use!

Review: Blake Submitted: 1/5/2019

Product Rating3 out of 5 stars.



Not as great as I had hoped!

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It works but I’m a little disappointed in the distance (thought the specifications listed 100ft...only getting about 30 or so)! I’m also experiencing signal drops so I’ve basically been sticking to what I know works...hard wiring!


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