There have been a few Bluetooth-related reviews on Dad Kingdom lately. Well, I’m going to keep the tech talk going with more exciting electronics from Miccus Inc! Don’t let the name fool you, the Home RTX Mini may be small, but there’s nothing “mini” about its features and its Bluetooth performance. This transceiver can meet the majority of your home Bluetooth needs, whether it be for a home theater or a man cave. Put one of these in the audio command center and you’re well on your way to high-quality wireless freedom.
PACKAGING & SETUP
The Home RTX Mini is so lightweight, it can be mounted anywhere with the included adhesive strips.
Installation couldn’t possibly be any easier, but Miccus still felt the need to put out a tutorial video. Nice of them, and great for people who aren’t fans of reading directions, but ironically those people probably aren’t fans of reading Dad Kingdom either! Inputs and outputs are clearly labeled, as is the transmit/receive toggle. If you plan on switching frequently between Tx and Rx, you might be annoyed that the toggle is on the back. On the front, the multi-function slider takes care of your simple Bluetooth pairing and allows you to conveniently switch between inputs without unplugging any wires.
The Home RTX Mini has a range of about 25-30 feet, which is par for most Bluetooth devices. One exception being the Mini’s stronger big brother, the Miccus Home RTX, which I reviewed a few weeks ago. It has 4-5 times the range, but is surpassed by the Mini’s sophisticated level of connections and signals.
Music and movies sound crystal clear and lag-free…
The Home RTX Mini and its big brother both can make great additions to any home audio system. Given the range and sound quality, the Mini is a purebred home theater Bluetooth device while the Home RTX is better suited to jamming out while walking around the entire house. It wouldn’t surprise me if Miccus is developing a Mac Daddy device that combines the Mini’s audio signal technology with the RTX’s incredible range. But, I can only assume that this hypothetical hardware won’t be as affordable as the Mini. For now, you can’t beat the price and signal quality of the Mini.
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