Avantree Oasis Plus Certified aptX HD Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter Receiver for TV, Low Latency Wireless Audio Adapter for Headphone, Long Range, Voice Guide, Touch Screen, Splitter for Wire & Wireless
- [EXCELLENT SOUND QUALITY] Qualcomm aptX HD Audio ensures compatible Bluetooth devices deliver high definition (HD) Audio. It preserves sound data throughout the Audio transmission, resulting in a ‘better-than-cd’ listening experience. Simple switch to alternate between HD and low latency priority If your device supports both codecs.
- [DUAL-LINK NO LIP SYNC DELAY] Simultaneously stream audio to 2 headphones or speakers with no delay while watching TV, movies or gaming. Note: 1. Not recommended to use dual link with TWS earbuds. 2. To achieve low latency (<40ms delay ) receiving device (headphones / speaker) must also support aptx Low Latency or you may experience a 70-220ms delay. You can check your device compatibility on the aptX official website.
- [PASS-THROUGH SUPPORT] Even if your TV only has one Optical port, connect the Oasis Plus between your TV and Soundbar - then play audio from your soundbar and stream to your headphones simultaneously. This is a unique product Feature! It even supports independent device volume control. Easily choose between Bluetooth mode (wireless) and bypass mode (wired) with the Flip of a switch, without the need to plug / unplug any wires.
- [EXTENDED LONG RANGE] Experience Wireless freedom to walk anywhere in the house! Proven range of 295ft in testing with headphones (audition Pro), and 328ft using two Oasis Plus units as a Transmitter/ receiver Pair in open air line-of-sight conditions. Note that the operating range can be affected by multiple factors (see Faq1 below)
- [EASY TO USE & SUPPORT] It supports full-featured voice guidance and status / codec indicators, making it incredibly easy to set up and use. Re-connects quickly to the last device. Supports Digital optical / AUX / RCA Audio output standards making it compatible with 99% of the TVs on the market. On board volume adjust function can be used for many devices that do not have their own volume controls (E. G. Airpods). Any questions, please contact Avantree Technical Support via firstname.lastname@example.org
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This is a 164FT LONG RANGE Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter, Receiver and bypass (direct cable connection) 3-in-1 Device. Supports both wired (bypass mode) and Bluetooth output simultaneously.
- Transmitter -> Bluetooth-enable your TV, PC, AV receiver (e.g. Yamaha, Onkyo, Denon), TV Box etc. Stream audio to any Bluetooth headphones / speakers, e.g. Bose, Beats, Sony, Plantronics, Audio-Technica, Apple AirPods headphones.
- Receiver -> Bluetooth-enable a wired speaker, soundbar, home theater etc. Receive audio wirelessly from any Bluetooth audio device e.g. PC, mobile phone, Echo, Echo Dot,etc.
- Bypass -> If you have only ONE OPTICAL Output from TV, and it is currently used by your soundbar, you can use the BYPASS function. What’s more, your family can enjoy TV via Bluetooth headphones and a wired speaker simultaneously with independent volume control.
- Volume adjust function can be used for many devices which do not have their own volume controls (e.g. Airpods).
- Uses aptX low latency to eliminate lip sync delay. Uses aptX HD to get a ‘better-than-CD’ listening experience.
- Supports aptX low latency with dual link for two headphones.
- Compatible with devices with optical, RCA and AUX audio outputs.
- Can use as a pair to extend range, one Oasis Plus use a BT transmitter, another one as a BT receiver
Doesn't work / not recommended:
- This is a Class 1 Bluetooth transceiver - proven to reach up to 164'. However, your range will depend on your connecting device and other factors (see details below Q1)
- For TV optical output - set audio format to PCM. Dolby / DTS are not supported.
- Works as EITHER a transmitter or receiver - NOT simultaneously work as a repeater.
- Multipoint support works best for on/over ear headphones. Not recommended to use dual link with TWS earbuds due to current technical constraints with TWS in general.
- For non- aptX LL supported headphones / speakers, Oasis Plus will work with them using SBC or aptX codec with 70-200ms latency - Lip-sync delay could be noticed by sensitive users.
- It doesn’t support aptX HD when dual link. NOT simultaneously supports aptX HD and aptX LL.
- Not recommend for streaming live music (while playing guitar, keyboard, electronic drums etc.)
- When using the transmitter the TV internal speakers might not work or become muted. This is TV dependent
Use as a Bluetooth TRANSMITTER to Bluetooth-enable your TV, AV Receiver, Radio and other home audio devices to stream music to your Bluetooth headphones or speakers.
Use as a Bluetooth RECEIVER, to Bluetooth-enable your home stereo or AV Receiver to receive wirelessly streamed music from your cellphone or PC.
If you have only ONE OPTICAL Output from TV, and it is currently used by your AV receiver or soundbar, you need to use the BYPASS function.
Supports aptX HD both as a Transmitter or Receiver
Standard CD quality is 16bit. Using aptX-HD wirelessly stream 24bit music quality for a ‘better-than-CD’ listening experience.NOTE: Slide HD/LL Priority switch to HD side. Works with any aptX-HD Bluetooth headphones (e.g. Avantree Alto Clair ) or cell phones, to stream audio in high definition, allowing you to pick up on all the details and nuances in your favorite music.
Wired & Bluetooth Simultaneous Support
The industry-leading “bypass” function allows the user to place & connect the Oasis Plus in between the TV and the Soundbar (or Sound system) to achieve the following results:
- Share the same optical / audio output port on TV while being able to get audio through both devices simultaneously. This allows the headphone user to listen at a different volume level; a perfect solution for family use.
- The user may switch between headphones, speakers, or both without having to physically disconnect and reconnect anything. All he / she has to do is turn the headphones or the soundbar on / off.
NOTE: Bypass can only work with the same type of input / output i.e. AUX input to AUX output or OPT input to OPT output.
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My personal use for the Oasis Plus is to transmit from a Bush DAB radio (BR320DABC) to a portable Harmon Kardon Go + Play speaker. The house is two story solid brick and the floor is steel reinforced, so Bluetooth transmitters struggle. Not the Oasis Plus, the power of this thing is quite astonishing - I think it transmits further than my wi-fi router. But with a strong signal like that, my concern was that it would 'swamp' any other Bluetooth devices I might use. But the Oasis Plus can be turned off, and I use that Off switch when not using the Go + Play. Problem solved.
What I didn't figure on was ease of connection. It was so fast and secure that when I first used the Oasis Plus I didn't even realise it was linked. Partly because it defaults to the digital toslink input rather than RCA/headphone input (as it should, but sadly not an option with my Bush BR320). There are lots of documents and even statements on the box about Avantree technical support. I didn't need it, but looks like they stand by their product.
I can't comment on the Oasis Plus as a Bluetooth receiver because that is not my usage for the device. As a transmitter I cannot rate it any less than 5 stars. A perfect performer and I believe good value for money for solid troublefree performance.
Personally I use this gadget as a transmitter and I haven't experienced audio cutouts even once. So thumbs up and hope they'll release a new version with Bluetooth 5.0 :)
Have just got it working with my new Phonak hearing aids and it’s one third of the price of theirs.
However I have yet to get the volume control to work and even in low latency mode there is a minuscule but noticeable lag.
It’s very good but not perfect.
Range of Bluetooth coverage must be in direct line with unit. Signal is erratic when used travelling to another closed room. Perhaps Bluetooth 5.1 would resolve this range problem.
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Ich wollte einen Bluetooth Receiver haben, da ich über meinen TV Provider kostenlos den Streamingdienst Stingray Music habe und ich über das Smartphone die Musik auf meiner HiFi Anlage hören wollte. Argumente für das Produkt waren die große Reichweite und die HD Musikqualität. Wir hören vorzugsweise Klassik, New Age und Chill out Musik, also eher ruhige Musik wo es schon auf HD Qualität ankommt.
Leider hat bei der Verwendung des Oasis Plus als Bluetooth receiver mit HD Qualität die Übertragung immer wieder Aussetzer, was einem den Musikgenuss ordentlich verhagelt. Nach einigen Tests muss ich davon ausgehen, dass das Gerät per Bluetooth den HD Datenstream nicht in-time abarbeiten kann.
Folgendes habe ich getestet: (+) = läuft; (-) = läuft nicht
1. Handy per Kabel direkt an die HiFi Anlage (+) (läuft einwandfrei, kein Problem des Streamingdiensts)
2. Handy per Bluetooth mit Schalter auf HD Priorität, der Streamingdienst liefert mit 96Kbps (-) (immer wieder kurze Aussetzer.
3. Handy per Bluetooth mit Schalter auf LL Priorität (Low Latency), der Streamingdienst liefert mit 96Kbps (+) (ist aber kein HD)
4. Handy per Kabel an Oasis Pro als Bypass (+)
5. Handy per Kabel an Oasis Pro als Bypass und parallel Bluetooth HD Kopfhörer (-) (immer wieder Abbrüche der Verbindung zu den Kopfhörern (auch bei einem 1/2 Meter neben dem Receiver), die auch die HiFi Anlage stumm schaltet. KEIN(!) reconnect der Kopfhörer (nur durch an und aus schalten). Darüber hinaus keine HD Connection zum Kopfhörer sondern nur aptX.)
6. Handy per Bluetooth mit Schalter auf HD Priorität, HD Musikstücke vom Handy (-) (gelegentliche Aussetzer)
7. Handy per Bluetooth mit Schalter auf HD Priorität, der Streamingdienst liefert mit 320Kbps, - spaßeshalber (-) (immer wieder ganz massive Aussetzer über Sekunden in denen dann auch die HD Anzeige erlischt)
8. Handy per Handylautsprecher, der Streamingdienst liefert mit 320Kbps, - spaßeshalber (+)
9. Handy per Kabel direkt an die HiFi Anlage, der Streamingdienst liefert mit 320Kbps, - spaßeshalber (+)
Allem Anschein nach ist das Bluetooth des Oasis Pro mit HD Qualität überfordert, insbesondere, wenn es um hohe HD Qualität geht. Leider kann das Gerät nicht das, wofür es bestellt wurde. Sorry aber es geht zurück, erste Rücksendung in meinen 15 Jahren Amazon...
Why have I docked a star ? Well the blurb seems to claim that this item can be all things to all men (or whatever the politically correct phase is) so why hasn't connecting to power been thought about. The only provision is a USB cable to 'connect to speakers' whatever this means. Many systems don't have a USB port and Mains supply needs to be used, albeit with a Mains/USB port transforming/rectifying plug adaptor. I accept this. I appreciate different countries have different mains connects and so USB may be the way to go but it means in effect the customer has to provide his/her own adaptor. But the real gripe is that the powering cable for this item (the only apparent means of powering) can only just reach from a table top to the floor and this is taking the p***. Am I really supposed to provide an extension lead which is necessary to reach even a very close mains socket ? Come on. Please.
there is a big but if you are a gamer or movie fan and really want the transmitter.
If you are using it to receive audio it's great and in most people's cases you won't notice the lag.
But if you are watching a film or playing a game there is a 1 second lag that can get up to 1.4 sometimes.
In games it's fustrating especially if you need sound cues.
Movies you can get use to a bit but it's still annoying. It's frustrating as I really wanted to like this device.
I spent so much time researching different brands and companies and thought this was a great option but the delay killed it for me.
I might have just got a £20 transmitter at least I would of saved money and expected the lag.
Still a decent buy as a reciever though.
- Bypass is only supported for the same input/output pair - i.e. you can't have Optical in and AUX out for bypass. Didn't work for me as I have an old amp that only has RCA in and a new TV that has optical out. This also means that you must always have both outputs connected if you want to achieve bypass for two input devices (other issues there - see the next point).
- Can not switch between AUX/Optical- i.e. if you're expecting to connect this to two input devices, one AUX and one Optical, it defaults to AUX and the only way to switch to Opt is to pull the AUX input out of the device - seriously?!
- In a one bed flat, it started cutting out when it had 2 walls between the headset (B&W PX) and the transmitter at less than 10m range.
- When a cutout happens, the signal produced is the most annoying, ear screeching sound you can image and keeps happening continuously until proper signal is regained - not what you'd want in the middle of your Jazz vinyl session.
- Provided USB cable is indeed short.
- AptX HD has around 0.5s lag, AptX LL improves that significantly, but sacrificing the audio quality noticeably.
- Due to the amount of cables, the unit doesn't always want to sit nice and flat as it's quite light and thick high-end cables just lift it.
- Buttons on the unit are a bit temperamental - you're never sure whether you've pressed it as there's no feedback.
- Volume control on the unit has huge increments.
- Sound on AptX HD is great.
- Build quality seems to be good.
- Easy to pair with headphones.
I have Behringer UMC202HD for hooking up an XLR mic, monitor speakers and earbuds. I was looking for a way to add a Bluetooth transmitter to the headphone out on the UMC202HD. I learned that aptX low latency was required on the transmitter and Bluetooth headphones. After researching Bluetooth transmitters, I settled on the Avantree Oasis Plus and am extremely pleased with the results.
I have the Oasis Plus (AUX) connected to the headphone out on the Behringer and toggled the OPT/AUX switch to AUX. I have the Oasis Plus permanently powered via the supplied USB micro cable connected to a spare USB port on one of my displays.
I've paired Shure SE215-CL-BT2 earbuds and Sennheiser Momentum Free earbuds (both aptX low latency) with the Oasis Plus. Pairing was quick and simple for both. Audio quality is excellent, no background hum or hiss. Both sets of ear buds can be connected at the same time. Not a feature I will use often, but handy to have. Most importantly, a switch on the side of the Oasis Plus allows you to set the aptX preference of low latency or HD. With low latency selected both earbuds respond with extremely low latency, and using audio/video sync tests on YouTube confirms that audio and video are aligned. Perfect!
I am able to wander to all corners of the house and stay connected to the Oasis Plus, with some brief dropouts when farthest from it. Long range is not a real requirement for me, but being able to wander off to make tea while keeping music playing is nice.
I have disabled to audio prompts from the Oasis Plus because I can see at a glance the status of connected devices by looking at it. The included instructions clearly explain how to use all the features of the Oasis Plus, such as clearing the pairing history.
I won't ever use the receiver capability or optical audio, so can't speak to that. But, as an aptx low latency transmitter it works brilliantly.