Audinate ADP-BT-AU2X1 Dante AVIO Bluetooth IO Adapter


Brand Audinate
Hardware Interface Bluetooth
Color Assorted
Compatible Devices Desktop

  • Wirelessly connect any PC or mobile device to your Dante audio network
  • Audio Channels: 2 in, 1 out
  • Connectors: RJ45
  • Sample Rates: 48 kHz
  • Bit Depth: 24
SKU: B08VJ8SHJX Category:


The Audinate ADP-BT-AU-2X1 Dante AVIO Bluetooth Adapter connects to your Dante network and supports 2 x 1 channels of wireless audio, allowing PCs and mobile devices to playout and receive audio with any of your Dante-enabled devices using only a Bluetoothl; connection. Connect audio applications like media players and conferencing software to speakers, microphones, mixers and DSPs on your network. Cost effective, compact and built for the road, the Dante AVIO family of adapters bring the modern network connectivity that every audio pro needs in their toolbox.

Additional information

Weight 4.6 kg
Dimensions 7.95 × 3.31 × 1.42 cm
Package Dimensions

7.95 x 3.31 x 1.42 inches

Item Weight

4.6 ounces



Item model number


Date First Available

March 5, 2021



1 review for Audinate ADP-BT-AU2X1 Dante AVIO Bluetooth IO Adapter

  1. Gabriel Balaich

    Stereo playback and calling over Bluetooth made simple in an advanced audio systemI love this thing, as far as I can tell the only alternative has been the JK Audio BlueDriver-M3, which I used for years.The problem is that the JK Audio BlueDriver-M3 uses cheap digital to analog converters and can only output a mono signal. So, while it was good enough for calls it left much to be desired when listening to music. As a result, I ran a separate Bluetooth receiver, which led to me juggling the connection between the two among other problems.The Audinate ADP-BT-AU2X1 does it all, high fidelity stereo output for listening to music, and Bluetooth calling. Not to mention that it keeps the signal in the digital space, highly preferable to having a cheap built in D/A converter.I used Audinate’s ADP-AES3-AU-2X2 to pipe the signal from the ADP-BT-AU2X1 to my Fireface UFX+ over an AES connection, where it is then converted to analog to be transported to my speakers and headphones. Likewise, since the ADP-AES3-AU-2X2 has an AES input I can send the mic signal from my UFX+ into the Dante network, where it can be routed to the input of the ADP-BT-AU2X1. Long story short I can take calls with my CIEMs and studio microphone, instead of clamping my phone between my ear and shoulder for long periods of time.Additionally, the ADP-BT-AU2X1 never turns itself off, and never automatically connects to your phone. While I could see an argument as to why have auto-connect would be convenient, I personally think this is the best system. You choose when you’re connected, and if you disconnect via your phone, it doesn’t just reconnect without your permission.This is my first foray into the Dante ecosystem, and it couldn’t have been easier to setup. Input, output, and power over a single cable. Super happy with this little guy!

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