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BlackBerry Remote Stereo Bluetooth Gateway for BlackBerry 8100, 8110, 8120, 8130, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8330, 8800, 8820, 8830, 9000 (Black)

4.4 out of 5 stars 153 customer reviews
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  • Use your BlackBerry smartphone or A2DP-compatible music phone to play and wirelessly control music on your home stereo
  • Plugs into your stereo using 3.5mm stereo cable or RCA auxiliary cable
  • Tap a finger on its touch-sensitive surface to bring it to life or put it to sleep
  • Compatible with other devices embedded with Bluetooth A2DP stereo music streaming profile
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  • Size (LWH): 4 inches, 4 inches, 1 inches
  • Weight: 5.12 ounces
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Break away from your regular headsets and enjoy your favorite music throughout the comfort of your own home. This small, stylish device works with your home sound system or personal stereo to stream the music stored on your BlackBerry smartphone or other A2DP-compatible devices. To wirelessly transmit your music, simply connect the Gateway using the accompanying 3.5mm stereo cable or RCA auxiliary cable to your stereo system, turn on the gateway, pair your device, and that's it! You are free to roam up to 30 feet without missing a single beat. The BlackBerry Music Gateway is compatible with all Bluetooth enabled mobile devices so you can stream your music from your BlackBerry smartphone, PC, laptop, or any other A2DP-compatible mobile phone. This easy to use, ultra portable accessory is great for those looking to enjoy their music the way it is supposed to be heard. Please Note: A BlackBerry Travel Charger or other mini-USB charger must be used in conjunction with the Gateway to provide power.

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Break away from your regular headsets and enjoy your favorite music throughout the comfort of your own home with the Blackberry Remote Stereo Gateway, which streams the music stored on your BlackBerry smartphone or other A2DP-compatible devices to a home stereo. Now you can carry your favorite tunes on one device so you can enjoy it anywhere.

To wirelessly transmit your music, simply connect the Gateway using the accompanying 3.5mm stereo cable or RCA auxiliary cable to your stereo system, turn on the gateway, pair your device, and that's it. You are free to roam up to 30 feet without missing a single beat. Use the Bluetooth connection to change tracks, adjust the volume, and play or pause the music. Just tap a finger on its touch-sensitive surface to bring it to life or put it to sleep.

The BlackBerry Remote Stereo Gateway is compatible with all Bluetooth enabled mobile devices so you can stream your music from your BlackBerry smartphone, PC, laptop, or any other A2DP-compatible mobile phone. It can support up to eight different devices.

Compatibility
BlackBerry 8100, BlackBerry 8110, BlackBerry 8120, BlackBerry 8130, BlackBerry 8300, BlackBerry 8310, BlackBerry 8330, BlackBerry 8320, BlackBerry 8800, BlackBerry 8820, BlackBerry 8830, BlackBerry 9000

What's in the Box
Remote Stereo Gateway, 3.5mm stereo cable, RCA auxiliary cable, printed operating instructions


Product Information

Product Packaging:Standard Packaging
Product Dimensions 4 x 4 x 1 inches
Item Weight 5.1 ounces
Shipping Weight 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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ASIN B00170KUM0
Item model number ASY-16130-001
Customer Reviews
4.4 out of 5 stars 153 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #177,847 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
#4,533 in Cell Phones & Accessories > Cell Phone Accessories > Bluetooth Headsets
#177,822 in Electronics > Cell Phones & Accessories
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes

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BlackBerry Remote Stereo Bluetooth Gateway for BlackBerry 8100, 8110, 8120, 8130, 8300, 8310, 8320, 8330, 8800, 8820, 8830, 9000 (Black)I have a 2010 BMW 335d with the factory iPod connection kit (and if you have the same set-up, you know how much you want to like it, but how much it actually sucks). The car does not support Bluetooth Audio - just either AUX in, or through the BMW iPod cable. Streaming audio over Bluetooth means that you can use your phone while you're driving (as the passenger, of course -- with the BMW, the cable is otherwise so short, the phone needs to stay inside the center console). Also, you can play any audio, not just what's sync'd to your phone. Using iOS5, I can have the iPhone read webpage articles to me as I drive.

My setup:
Car: BMW 335d
Phone: iPhone 4

I have purchased (and returned) the following:

Griffin BlueTrip AUX
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-Pros: great, compact little design. Reconnects to phone automatically each time car starts
-Cons: weak, washed-out, tinny audio. Very little bass. Not acceptable for music

Belkin Bluetooth Car Hands-Free Kit for Apple iPod touch...
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-Pros: I think the audio for music was ok (don't remember so much)
-Cons: Too many cords w/separate mic. I already have built-in hands-free for phone calls, so don't need the mic. Also you must manually push the button on the device each time it's powered up in order for your phone to connect.
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After reading the reviews, I was concerned that this device would not allow me to connect to my car's speakerphone (handsfree profile, Parrot 3200LS Color) and my my stereo for music (running slacker radio on the BB Bold).

Here's my problem... Typically I'm listening to an audiobook or Slacker radio in my car with the headphone plugged into the the AUX jack on the stereo. The phone automatically attaches to the speakerphone (Parrot 3200LS Color) via Bluetooth. When a call comes in, the Parrot mutes the AUX input and switches the stereo to the Bluetooth audio path. Unfortunately the Bold continues to send audio through the headset jack (now muted). So I have to unplug it from the stereo to make or receive calls. That's annoying. (This worked properly on my Curve, but not the Bold) So I bought this device on the hope that I could connect both the music and calls via Bluetooth. I was skeptical, but it was worth a try.

I'm happy to report that it works perfectly! After pairing, edit your device settings in the blackberry's Bluetooth settings, and make it a trusted device. Now my blackberry bold connects automatically to my speakerphone *AND* the stereo gateway at the same time. What's more, the Bold properly pauses the music when a call comes in. When the call is over, I go back to Slacker radio and hit the pause button and it starts right back up!

Audio quality is fine, too. I have noticed that it sounds better if you turn up the volume on the phone. On my bold, the volume control changes the volume sent to the stereo gateway. However I occasionally hear clipping (distortion) when the volume is on MAX. I leave it one notch down from MAX. Definitely better quality than AM (or even FM).
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By playerg on October 21, 2012
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So, I've finally gotten around to trying to go cordless for listening to music in my car. My car does provide a Line In port and my iPhone 5 supports Bluetooth 2.0. I'm quite pleased with this product, had to take time to review it. It's not cheap, so it's obviously taking a risk vs going with something else.

Assuming I left my car radio turned on and in Aux mode, and the iPhone music player is open with a song selected, I wanted to be able to jump into the car, press play, and hear music. Ideally audio would sound great. Yes, the BlackBerry Remote Stereo Bluetooth Gateway (BRSBG) delivers. No more having to find, plug in 3.5mm audio cable, adjust volume levels, etc. anymore.

I'd read plenty of reviews, and had gotten very close to buy several other items. They seem to either have bad reviews regarding losing Bluetooth pairing, not auto powering on with car start, requiring car stereo changes to block FM transmitter noise, etc. I've never personally have decent, reliable audio from an FM transmitter, as I live near a big city.

To install, I basically paired the BRSBG with my iPhone 5 (easy). Plugged the included 3.5mm to 3.5mm audio cord from BRSBG to the car's Line In port, plug a mini USB to USB cord from the BRSBG to a USB in my cigarette port, set my car stereo to Aux, select BRSBG in iPhone Music app, listen and enjoy.

Audio sounds perfect, no power induction noise, no loss of total volume (very loud), no needing to tinker with volume (iPhone remembers different volume levels between headphones and Bluetooth), it turns out on power loss / my car turns off (my iPhone starts playing as you'd expect).

BRSBG only handles audio, but iPhone 5 has a great speakerphone, so this works for me.
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