The FiiO BTR1 Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier Review

Unboxing the FiiO BTR1

The FiiO BTR1 arrived in a small and simple looking box.

The FiiO BTR1 I have here is the version 2.0 which supports AAC.

The FiiO BTR1 arrived in a small and simple looking package. Honestly, I did not expect it to be this small.

At the back of the package states that the FiiO BTR1 in my hands is version 2.0. After some research, I discovered that the version 2.0 of the FiiO BTR1 Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier has additional AAC support while over the previous version. So get FiiO BTR1 version 2.0 if you have the need for AAC.

Beware of getting a fake FiiO BTR1 Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier. Glad that it matched with the verification tool on FiiO’s website.

On the side of the FiiO BTR1 package, you will find a authenticity sticker that allows you to verify its authenticity via FiiO’s website. There is a unique code underneath the scratch area that you (as the owner) can use for authenticity check. This (hidden) code can only be used once. FiiO’s website will inform you if the code had been used before for another authenticity check. What this means is that the unique (hidden) code had probably been duplicated on other fakes or was used for yours.

What you will find in your FiiO BTR1 package.
What you will find in your FiiO BTR1 package.

You will find the following in the package:

  1. FiiO BTR1 Bluetooth Headphone Amplifier;
  2. Micro-USB charging cable;
  3. Lanyard;
  4. User guide and warranty information.