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Nyx BT5 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Cable

Nyx is the next generation HiRes Bluetooth® 5.0 audio cable, enabling wireless communication and controls for your In-Ear Monitors. A dedicated Class A headphone amplifier provides superior listening experience with support for Qualcomm® aptX™ audio, aptX™ HD, AAC and SBC audio codecs. Nyx's enormous battery capacity and lower power consumption provides up to 20 hours of continuous audio playback on a single charge and up to 50 ft. (15 m) of range.

  • Powerful, high fidelity wireless audio play back with Class A amplification
  • Advanced codec support: Qualcomm® aptX™ audio, aptX™ HD, AAC and SBC enable audiophile grade sound
  • Bluetooth 5.0 protocol and backward compatible with previous generation devices
  • Crystal clear phone calls with Qualcomm® cVc™ noise cancellation technology
  • Superior battery lifetime, support over 20 hour continuous audio playback
  • Fast charging over USB-C cable

Download operation manual HERE.

Leadtime: 0.78 2PIN angled, in stock, other terminations 2~4 days.

Important:

The narrow 2pin socket on 64Audio models requests manual installation of 2pin connector (straight, not angled 2pin). Please leave us a note during check out "2pin for 64Audio". 

Customer Reviews

Based on 39 reviews
74%
(29)
18%
(7)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
P
P.E.
Great product.

I have wanted to go to a wireless headphone for quite a while but I have some very nice IEMs from Westone that sound great. Westone came out with a Bluetooth cable but it got poor reviews and it cost $150. I have read that none of these names work that well but then I read some reviews of this cable that were very positive. I wanted to try it and it was only $60 so how could you go wrong? The cable snaps into my Westone IEMs nicely and it connected quickly to my Galaxy note 9 phone. And the sound was terrific. All the controls work well, the mic worked well for phone calls too. I am very happy that I found this product and I like them so much that I ordered some for my wife for Mother's day.

C
C.K.
Perfect bluetooth.

Exactly as described. Works flawless, pairs automatically. I'm in love with it.

Only .78mm bt on the market.

Only complaint is that when low on battery it repeatesly tells you so - should only do that once.

O
O.R.
Awesome!

The quality, the sound and the customer service is really amazing

J
J.B.

Nyx BT5 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Cable

์.T.
Great Bluetooth Cable

I find a BT 5 audio wireless cable for a long time and then found Nyx BT5. Its sound quality and functions are good as expected. Nice work.

D
D.
Good wireless listening quality, but nowhere near that of cabled options

I’ve purchased a couple of cables from Null Audio previously, and have never been disappointed - the quality of their products, especially considering their affordability (as compared to competitors such as Double Helix, etc.) is phenomenal. It hence intrigued me to no end when I discovered that they now offer wireless options for CIEMs.

The wireless cables are well constructed, and easy to use. The audio quality delivered from the cables is also perfectly acceptable considering that this is, at its core, a workaround solution to make CIEMs a lot more user friendly. There is nothing to complain about, but also nothing to shout about. The wireless option does not drive CIEMs as well as its wired counterparts, and this results in the presentation delivered being a tad recessed, and slightly lacking in the crispness I have come to expect, having been pampered by Null’s other cables.

With that said, buyers should note that this is, and has never been touted as, a wireless replacement for proper earphone cables. For its price, build quality, and ease of use, this is an excellent product by all measures; and certain continues a long lineage of excellence from a brand that I have come to trust. If this is only the start of the brand’s foray into the wireless market, I’m already excited for what they can deliver in the future.

Customer Reviews

Based on 39 reviews
74%
(29)
18%
(7)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
3%
(1)
P
P.E.
Great product.

I have wanted to go to a wireless headphone for quite a while but I have some very nice IEMs from Westone that sound great. Westone came out with a Bluetooth cable but it got poor reviews and it cost $150. I have read that none of these names work that well but then I read some reviews of this cable that were very positive. I wanted to try it and it was only $60 so how could you go wrong? The cable snaps into my Westone IEMs nicely and it connected quickly to my Galaxy note 9 phone. And the sound was terrific. All the controls work well, the mic worked well for phone calls too. I am very happy that I found this product and I like them so much that I ordered some for my wife for Mother's day.

C
C.K.
Perfect bluetooth.

Exactly as described. Works flawless, pairs automatically. I'm in love with it.

Only .78mm bt on the market.

Only complaint is that when low on battery it repeatesly tells you so - should only do that once.

O
O.R.
Awesome!

The quality, the sound and the customer service is really amazing

J
J.B.

Nyx BT5 Wireless In-Ear Monitor Cable

์.T.
Great Bluetooth Cable

I find a BT 5 audio wireless cable for a long time and then found Nyx BT5. Its sound quality and functions are good as expected. Nice work.

D
D.
Good wireless listening quality, but nowhere near that of cabled options

I’ve purchased a couple of cables from Null Audio previously, and have never been disappointed - the quality of their products, especially considering their affordability (as compared to competitors such as Double Helix, etc.) is phenomenal. It hence intrigued me to no end when I discovered that they now offer wireless options for CIEMs.

The wireless cables are well constructed, and easy to use. The audio quality delivered from the cables is also perfectly acceptable considering that this is, at its core, a workaround solution to make CIEMs a lot more user friendly. There is nothing to complain about, but also nothing to shout about. The wireless option does not drive CIEMs as well as its wired counterparts, and this results in the presentation delivered being a tad recessed, and slightly lacking in the crispness I have come to expect, having been pampered by Null’s other cables.

With that said, buyers should note that this is, and has never been touted as, a wireless replacement for proper earphone cables. For its price, build quality, and ease of use, this is an excellent product by all measures; and certain continues a long lineage of excellence from a brand that I have come to trust. If this is only the start of the brand’s foray into the wireless market, I’m already excited for what they can deliver in the future.