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Sony DRCBT30/BLK Headphones (Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Streamlined, wearable, easy-to-use design
  • Connect headphones via stereo mini jack
  • Built-in microphone for handsfree calling
  • Remote control functionality for music listening
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  • Bluetooth Stero Headset

Product Description

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Sony Drc-Bt30/Blk Bluetooth¾ Headphones Adapter

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.2 x 1.8 x 1.8 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00385XUE2
  • Item model number: DRCBT30/BLK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: March 10, 2010

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It is easy to charge via USB.
3gs_User
The controls work easy enough to adjust the volume, change tracks and answer/end calls.
S.Day
Great product, performs as advertised.
Stewart Bernard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 30, 2010
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I've been looking for bluetooth headphones for the gym, but haven't been able to find any 1 headphone that worked well/fit good/sweat resistant/durable. I stumbled upon this Sony BT receiver that let's you use cheaper earphones while allowing me to protect the electronics. So far it works great with very strong reception and ease of use. The only downside is the lack of song skipping on the iphone, but this is Apple's problem, not Sony's. Make sure you buy this BT30 with a USB cable that lets you use your iphone charger instead of the older BT15, which must be charged using Sony's dock and AC adapter.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By 3gs_User on July 13, 2010
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I own an iPhone 3gs. I wanted to wirelessly stream music to my factory radio. I also wanted to stream voice to the radio when in a call. It works great. The battery has a pretty good life. It is easy to charge via USB. Making the bluetooth connection was very easy.

Pros: Accepts voice commands (play artist Michael Jackson, call Stephanie, etc.), good price, easy to use, small size.

Cons: The device cannot be used while it is being charged. Some features not available depending on the device with which it is paired.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By CPNY on December 21, 2010
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I got it in the mail today and have been using it all day with my bose in ear headphones. The only problem I foresee is the protruding control button it looks to fragile. I haven't had a problem with it yet but I can see how the slightest bump and it may skip to the next song. Other than that I wish it would have had something to wind the wires around built into the clip. Now that it is wireless there is no need for wires to hang around but I am sure I can pick up something for that somewhere on amazon.

I used this device with my bose IE headset and then directly with the headset to the iphone and could not tell the difference. It had a range of about 30 feet but when I went outside and had the phone in my pocket and the bluetooth clipped it did skip twice. No big deal, it was a half a second of dead air but that's expected on any bluetooth device. I gave this a 4 because of the lack of place to wrap wires around and the protruding button.

The mic for phone function is not perfect. Every phone call I made the people complained about my voice being muffled. I am not bothered by this as I purchased it for the sole purpose of being on the treadmill and not having to hold my iphone when I run. The other great thing is I now won't have to worry about knocking the phone off the treadmill while I am running since there are no wires connected to my iphone anymore.

I do have one technical question I am hoping someone will be able to answer. I just purchased a sony soundbar for my TV/Blueray/XBOX and apple TV. I just bought the apple TV but I would rather be able to stream music and sirius app through bluetooth but the soundbar does not have bluetooth.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By OverTheEdge on October 5, 2010
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I've been looking for a bluetooth adapter capable of using my own headset for a while now, after a long search, I finally purchased this Sony DRCBT30. This one is actually about $30.00 cheaper than it's older model DRCBT15 (retail @ $99.99 vs DRCBT30 @ $69.99) & looks cooler. I'm glad I did not just get the first item I found!

DRCBT30 paired with iPhone 4 well, and using Kensington K33902US Bluetooth USB Micro Adapter, I was able to paired to my Toshiba laptop using the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack. The audio sounds very clear, no lack time at all, even when playing video files.

About the multi-functional forward/backward, volume up/down, play/pause button: all functions did not work when pairing to my laptop's iTune! The volume up/down works as the unit itself has a level of volume to increase or decrease, but it's not increase/decrease the laptop volume! The play/pause, forward/backward functions worked when paired with iPhone's ipod player. So not a total lost, except the volume control! One note about this button, it's in the middle top of the unit, it's sensitive, it's kind of in the way, it sticks out of the unit by about 1/8 of an inch. So one wrong move you pressed it, you changed the video or song you are current playing! & there's no way to lock the key or button on this unit.

One bonus, DRCBT30 can be charge by the iPhone AC charger, so no need to charge by the USB outlet only or purchase the Sony ACU50AD(discontinued) or AC-U501AD (retail $24.95), as it claim to use in the operating instructions menu, since both iPhone AC charger and Sony AC-U501AD have same output specifications. (Rated output voltage DC 5.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By wildseven on January 11, 2011
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I bought this bluetooth receiver so I can connect my iPhone 4 with my snow helmet's headphones without having to buy a $200 bluetooth kit made by the helmet manufacturer. So far, it has worked out much better than I ever expected.

The instructions for pairing the device to my iPhone was simple. It took me literally a minute to pair my phone. Once paired, a single push on the mic button activates iPhone 4's voice control. And a single press on the toggle switch starts/stops the iPod functionality. When my iPhone is connected, I am able to call people, play specific music by using the voice control. I can even tell the time by asking "what time is it?" with iPhone's voice control. I basically never have to take off my gloves and reach into my pockets to use the touch screen of my phone when I'm on the slopes. I can't speak for other phones, but this device works exceptionally well for the iPhone.

Sound quality is great and the range is pretty good. I walked away from my phone with my music still playing in my helmet, and didn't notice the music cut out until about 30 yards away. Battery life is also more than adequate. I spent 2 days on the slope listening to music without a recharge, and the battery didn't die out on me. I'd recommend this device to anybody who wants an good handsfree user experience with the iPhone. My only gripe is the clip isn't very secure by itself. I clipped it to my shirt collar and it would fall off sometimes. I ended up clipping it to my helmet strap instead and using a small rubber band to make the clip more secure.
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