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BoomBoom 93 - Bluetooth receiver - AptX - NFC

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With this compact Bluetooth receiver, you can connect 2 devices at the same time. This has the advantage that you do not have to disconnect and reconnect if you want to stream your music alternately. This way, you can easily switch between your tablet and smartphone or alternate your tracks with a friend’s who is also connected. The BoomBoom 93 has a digital audio output, supports aptX & NFC.

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Stream music from different smartphones to an audio system.

  • Stream your music via Bluetooth to your hi-fi system
  • Listen to music or internet radio from your smartphone or (tablet) PC on your hi-fi installation wirelessly.
  • Suitable for all Bluetooth enabled sound sources such as iPhone, Android phone, iPad, etc.
  • Rapid switching between up to 2 connected smartphones or tablets: Multipair Party mode.
  • Listen to high-quality music through aptX, aptX Low Latency and digital optical audio output.
  • Works with any audio equipment, sound dock, etc with analog or digital input line.
  • With NFC Quick link for a fast and easy connection.

Sharing your favourite music with friends has never been easier! Two devices can be simultaneously connected to this compact Bluetooth audio adapter; Multipair Party Mode. This has the advantage that you do not have to disconnect and reconnect if you want to stream your music alternately. It allows you to easily switch between your tablet and smartphone, or alternate your tracks with a friend who shares your connection.

The BoomBoom 93 features both an analogue and digital audio output and supports aptX®. If your smartphone or tablet is also equipped with aptX®, it enables you to wirelessly stream CD-quality music.

The BoomBoom 93 features NFC. NFC lets your smartphone/tablet create a Bluetooth connection automatically, and will set up a link as soon as it gets near the Marmitek BoomBoom 93.

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Bluetooth-supported profiles A2DP
Bluetooth version V3.0 + EDR, class 2
Supported codec AptX Low Latency, aptX, SBC
Range Up to 10 metres with class 2 transmitter, up to 30 metres with class 1 transmitter
Audio delay AptX Low Latency 32 ~ 40 ms, aptX 60 ~ 80 ms, SBC 170 ~ 270 ms
Pairing memory Up to 8 devices
Multipair Party mode Up to 2 devices simultaneously
NFC (Near Field Communication) Yes


Audio frequency range 10 Hz - 22 kHz (± 3 dB)


Interface audio output 3.5 mm jack, Toslink digital stereo


Dimensions (h x w x d) 20 x 80 x 63 mm
Weight 55 grams
Ambient temperature -10 °C ~ +55 °C
Storage temperature -20 °C ~ +60 °C
Idle power consumption < 2.5 W
Power supply 100-240 VAC 50/60 Hz, 5 VDC micro USB adapter (included) or via micro USB cable (included)

Can I link numerous devices to my BoomBoom 93?

The BoomBoom can remember up to 8 paired devices. Therefore, re-pairing with each subsequent connection is not required. If a 9th device is paired with the BoomBoom, the first smartphone that was paired with the BoomBoom will be erased from its memory.

Can I pair multiple devices with my BoomBoom 93?

You can pair up to 8 devices. Only 2 devices can be simultaneously connected to the BoomBoom 93.

Which drivers do I need if I connect the BoomBoom via Bluetooth to my PC?

If you connect a Bluetooth dongle to your PC, Windows will recognise it immediately. However, only the basic functions such as exchanging files will work. Drivers are often supplied with a dongle or they are available on the manufacturer&rsquo;s website. You will also have to install these. The dongle recognises the BoomBoom 93 as a Bluetooth headset. The music will play automatically via the BoomBoom 93. Even with a PC or laptop with built-in Bluetooth, it may be necessary to install the correct drivers in order to facilitate music transfer.

How can I disconnect the Bluetooth connection on the BoomBoom 93?

Press the button on top of the BoomBoom 93 for 1 second. The BoomBoom 93 will now switch off and your connections will be broken. Press this button again for 1 second to turn the BoomBoom 93 back on. You can now use your device, or another Bluetooth device, to reconnect to the  BoomBoom 93, using the Bluetooth manager on your device.

What happens if my device is out of the BoomBoom 93's range?

If the connected Bluetooth device is out of the BoomBoom 93's range, the blue LED on the BoomBoom 93 will turn off and the connection will be broken. If you get back within the BoomBoom 93's range within 15 seconds, the connection will be automatically restored. If it takes longer than 15 seconds to get back within the BoomBoom 93's range, you must reconnect to the BoomBoom 93.


No sound comes out of the audio installation.

Ensure that the audio cable is correctly connected (AUX IN), that the correct input has been selected on your audio installation and that your audio system’s volume is set to the desired level.

I can’t connect my BoomBoom 93.

Please, ensure that the:

  • Power adapter is connected and the blue LED flashes slowly.
  • Bluetooth function on your mobile telephone is on (check your phone's manual for reference).
  • Distance between your mobile phone and the BoomBoom 93 is no greater than 10 metres and that there are no large obstacles in the way.
  • BoomBoom 93 is not already connected to another device (the blue LED lights up continuously).

Can I adjust the high and low tones in the BoomBoom 93 display?

On a Windows PC, the taskbar often contains a sound control icon which you may click to adjust the high and low tones. However, this depends on the type of audio card in the PC.

The commonly used VLC Media Player also has a built-in equalizer.

Make sure you are playing music with VLC Media player, then go to Tools, Effects and Filters and choose audio effects.

On a smartphone or tablet this is highly dependent on the app used to play music.

For example, there are MP3 apps with a built-in equalizer which even allow you to select pre-set frequency adjustments, such as Bass,Treble Boost.

Equalizer apps are also available.

These enable you to make the most of the music or audio from your phone or tablet and to set up a personal audio experience.

What is SBC?

SBC (Low Complexity Subband Coding) enables you to wirelessly listen to audio with reasonable sound quality. SBC is the standard method to send audio via Bluetooth.

What is aptX?

AptX: audio compression solution which retains the full integrity of original digital audio and is optimised for instant real-time audio streaming. The suite of algorithms has earned a reputation for some of the highest audio quality, extremely low latency and strong resilience to bit errors, and has been proven in wireless, broadcast and professional live performance applications. The best result is achieved when playing lossless audio files (eg FLAC). Using MP3, you get the best results if the bitrate is 256kbps or higher.

What is aptx Low Latency?

AptX Low Latency ensures a very short audio delay of less than 40 ms. With a regular Bluetooth connection, this is more than 100 ms. Both the transmitter and the receiver must have aptX Low Latency to be able to use this feature. With the BoomBoom 55 and 77, the LED lights up green to indicate an aptX Low Latency connection.

What is AAC?

AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) - AAC is supported by iOS devices. Apple implements AAC via Bluetooth at about 250 kbps.

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