Conclusion: When I tested the rLink last year, I felt it was a clever unit that was arriving at the right time. I made the proviso that as it only did one thing, it did face competition from DAC’s that cost a little bit more that had more in the way of inputs and connectivity. The rBlink arrives with an even more useful ability at no less a useful time and avoids the same issue of more expensive units being available that offer more functionality because at the time of writing,...
Pros: Refined, detailed and enjoyable sound, Very keenly priced, Apt-X functionality gives useful performance boost
Cons: Slightly limited soundstage, Can't work miracles with very compressed material, Pairing button is a little fiddly
Excerpt: There was a time when sending audio via Bluetooth was something audiophiles would just not do. Indeed, perhaps many of them still wouldn't, but you can tell the tide is turning when Arcam - the company well known for its multimedia prowess - jumps on board with the rBlink, its own Bluetooth adaptor for hi-fi units.
Pros: Well-built, superb sound quality, perfect connectivity for the task
Excerpt: Wireless docks and speakers are understandably popular these days. We all carry our music collections (or at least a portion of them) around with us on our smartphone or tablet , and it's inconvenient to have to use a cable or physically dock the device to play music from it.
Excerpt: The Arcam rBlink is a Bluetooth audio converter that enables you to wirelessly stream music from your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac directly to your Hi-Fi. If you want to connect your iPhone to a H-Fi system wirelessly, then this is the option to go for.
Easy to set-up, high-quality audio conversion, enables you to use your current Hi-Fi system wirelessly
Summary: Jos taskussasi on älypuhelin on sinulla koko maailman musiikkitarjonta siellä. Ja stereot sitten jossain erikseen. rBlink on erittäin hyvä tapa yhdistää nuo kaksi maailmaa, vaivaton musiikinhallinta ja hyvä äänentoisto.