Bluetooth A2DP Music Receiver Apple 30pin connector for iPad iPod iPhone Speaker Dock Station with LED indicator
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- Wireless adapter connects directly to the Apple dock speaker with LED indicator
- Support digital products with bluetooth function, such as bluetooth cell phone, bluetooth PC, iPhone，iPad
- Transmission distance: up to 10 meters
- Support A2DP V1.2
- Complies with bluetooth 2.0 Color: White
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On JBL docking station, it didn't get power from it since no LED light came on. With BMW, it did get power, and paired successfully with my phone, but no sound coming out from the car even though my phone is playing through the adapter.
Great concept, but bad implementation. Nothing wrong with the packaging/product itself.
It works in my friend's car, who installed an aftermarket radio with a 30-pin plug. I gave it to him so it wouldn't be a total waste. He loves it but I am sad and looking for another brand which will work in my iH5.
~~~ On with my review ~~~
I bought this DOKK so my iPhone 4S can send music via Bluetooth to iH5. Since this iHome is old, I obviously had to also buy one of those power adapter things.
I can connect the iPhone 4S to the DOKK over Bluetooth just fine.
The DOKK is paired fine and flashing blue LED like its supposed to. (It's thru the power adapter of course).
The problem is the iHome doesn't recognize the DOKK as an "iPod"... so it won't play.
When I bypass the DOKK and "hard-plug" the iPhone 4S into the iHome (still thru power adapter of course), it DOES recognize it as an "iPod" and plays fine.
This tells me that the power adapter is not the problem. The DOKK simply doesn't emulate an "iPod" properly. At least not to my iH5.
Music on the Thrive sounded great coming from the dock, wirelessly. Cooler than cool: connecting to my home servers via WiFi then streaming to the dock via Bluetooth. Home music for less than a Jackson.
Now, four months later, here's the rub: it no longer works. It is a sealed object so repairing here would require benching it, and for a seven dollar item it scarcely seems worth it. I suppose I got my money's worth, but now I need another one.
Music and audio books sound great when transmitted to dock-speakers through this receiver, (though an occasional disruption in sound-transmission can sometimes be heard). I've only used it for a few hours at this point, ... but considering the low-price (under $20.) and the fact that it functions, I'm happy with it. There aren't any directions with it, (and to pair it with my 3rd-gen Ipod Touch, you'll need to input the generic bluetooth-pairing code of 0000), ... but after that, it worked. I love wireless!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I mainly used this product on my white Bose SoundDock. I wanted my Bluetooth device to have a matching color, so I ended up choosing this product over other connectors. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Mysterhee
I like this item because of its appearence and price. It works fine, but as many other similar items in the market, the range is limited.
Good purchase anyway.
I enjoy this for my now out of date Phillips Dock. The audio quality is to be expected with a blue tooth adapter, however I feel the range of it is a little weak.Published on January 27, 2014 by Michael Girvin