Easily add Bluetooth capability to an audio system
• Near Field Communication (NFC) provides for a simple pairing process • Supports wireless streaming audio using Bluetooth A2DP+EDR technology • Wireless connectivity up to 32 feet • Digital Audio output via Toslink or Stereo Audio output via 3.5mm
This Bluetooth Audio Receiver is the perfect solution for adding Bluetooth capability to an audio system such as a home or car stereo in order to stream audio from a smartphone, tablet or other mobile device. Near Field Communication (NFC) allows for a simple pairing process between the Bluetooth audio receivers and a smartphone, tablet or other mobile device. Audio is transmitted from the receiver to the audio system through either a digital audio Toslink output or a Stereo Audio 3.5mm output. Bluetooth technology provides a wireless connectivity range of up to 32 feet.
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Rated 3 out of 5 by LeSouk from Works automatically with iMacI have the bluetooth receiver connected to the auxiliary inputs on a NAD stereo amplifier driving Bose 901 speakers. It picks up music streaming from my iMac computer, about 22 feet away, going through 2 doorways. The signal is strong about 75% of the time, but flutters about 25% of the time. My iPod does better, with a strong straight-line signal upwards of 20 or 30 feet. Also, if the bluetooth receiver is plugged into the AC, and I insert a cable into the bluetooth output receptacle, I can get a loud hum until the cable is seated. Otherwise, operation is simple and it works fine.
Date published: 2014-06-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by Tex from A little flutter at 22 feetMy goal is to send music from an Apple iMac to a NAD integrated amplifier driving Bose 901 speakers. The device is cabled to the auxiliary RCA inputs on the back of the NAD amp. The iMac Bluetooth facility automatically finds the device, calls it a Music Receiver, and pairs up with it. All I have to do is play music on the iMac and it comes out of the Bose speakers. The music fidelity is about CD quality. Only drawback so far is the Bluetooth signal starts fluttering at times. Perhaps the 22 foot transmit distance, through two doorways, is too challenging.