Bicom playGO USB
Released July, 2011
The Pros:Sleek design made of Dupont Corian plastic / Features ambient LED's. Hook up four at once / control from iPhone/iPad.
The Bicom playGO USB is a wireless transmitter and receiver designed to stream audio from your Mac or PC to your home stereo system. Up to four playGO USB's may be used at once for multi room operation, allowing you to open up your music library to the entire house.
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The system consists of a transmitter that connects via USB to your computer, and a receiver that is stylishly made from Dupont Corian plastic which is the same material used to make counter tops. The receiver then connects to your stereo system by analog RCA or digital TOSLINK S/PDIF and also has audio control buttons such as power, pause/play, track back/forward and volume adjustment. There is also an array of light green LED's to add some ambient light to the unit while in operation as well. Not only is this plug and play and operational within five minutes of hooking it up, it may also be controlled from an iPad or iPhone using a downloadable app. Internal signal processing is handled by a Burr-brown SRC4192 sample rate converter and it works at up to a distance of 75 feet over a 2.4Ghz frequency.
- 24-bit/96khz digital spdif output (TOSLINK), 192kHz option
- Burr-brown SRC4192 sample rate converter
- Clock regeneration for jitter-free clocking
- Distortion-free volume control (256 step 0dB to -127.5dB digital attenuation)
- 24-bit/96khz digital to analog conversion
- 106dB dynamic range
- -93dB THD+N
- 2V output
- Gold plated RCA connectors
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Sleek design made of Dupont Corian plastic / Features ambient LED's
Hook up four at once / control from iPhone/iPad
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