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    miniBlink by Arcam - affordable new Hi-Def Bluetooth Micro-DAC

    Blink and you'll miss it...

    - music streaming for Android, Apple, PC, Mac, iPad, Tablet, Phone, Laptop and more

    - no Wi-fi network needed, so users can stream anywhere to anything

    - the best sound quality possible from Bluetooth, bar nothing except the Arcam rBlink

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    The affordable ‘miniBlink by Arcam' brings unprecedented High-Definition Bluetooth sound quality, to a very wide audience and represents the easiest and most flexible way to access music from any mobile phone, tablet and laptop.

    - brings High Definition Sound to Bluetooth Streaming

    - tiny, just 40g, portable and stylish

    - CSR/Arcam Blue Core 7 low-noise bluetooth front-end, aptX, AAC and more

    - signal de-jittered, cleaned and using an ultra-quality internal DAC

    - streaming for Android, Apple, PC, Mac, iPad, Tablet, Phone and more

    Buliding on the acclaimed rBlink, the miniBlink is the first in the new Arcam mini range of digital micro-components at affordable prices for for mass & online distribution.

    The mini uses the advanced front-end and DAC technology from Arcam’s High-Definition Bluetooth £150 / $300 rBlink, but has been carefully re-engineered to lower the price by 50%.

    This superb sounding Micro-DAC, employs the latest Bluetooth technology from CSR & Arcam called Blue Core 7. Blue Core 7 offers lower noise and lower distortion levels than previous versions, which has allowed Arcam engineers to extract a level of performance so impressive that most listeners are convinced they are listening to CDs!

    The design uses a high-density moulded enclosure shaped like a pebble, with an internal aerial and a 3.5 mm output jack. It is powered by a micro-sized USB power supply from the mains or from a USB socket on a computer or indeed from the USB socket on the back of the rCube portable sound dock.

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