I own a rblink connected to a A19 amp, and don't understand why the review said you need an rlink to get DAC conversion as the rblink is a DAC itself. The reviewer needs to change his report to clarify the fact.
Connecting to an external DAC is only mentioned as an avenue to upgrade the rBlink's sound.
I don't get it. What do you actually connect it to? When it's connected to whatever you connect it to does it then bring all your bluetooth devices together? And when you've done that is there some form of switching? If it did all of that then I would consider it reasonably priced.
It's a Bluetooth receiver, so will connect to any device that outputs Bluetooth. There is no switching, as it only connect to one product at a time.
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