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Cirago Bluetooth BTA6210 v.2.1 EDR Class 1 Micro Bluetooth Adaper
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- The smallest Bluetooth in the market
- Bluetooth specification 2.1 EDR/v 1.2
- Bluetooth Class 1, range 330 feet
- Transfer files presentations, photos or music wirelessly
- Support for 802.11 Coexistence, Scatternet Support
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I scoured the net looking for the "best" USB Bluetooth Adapter for my desktop pc as it did not come with Bluetooth capabilities. There are many available and at all kinds of price ranges. This one caught my attention as it is a Class 1 EDR compliant device. I purchased this adapter for one reason only, to connect my Bluetooth headset for VoIP calling.
Order and shipping time: Excellent. The quality: Excellent. The ease of install/use: Excellent. The range: Excellent. The ability to locate/pair with other devices: Excellent. The ability to use with my headset: Terrible.
My Plantronics Discovery 975 Bluetooth Headset (best on the market) works beautifully with other devices, but not this one. The sound pops and becomes scratchy at any distance. This headset sounds amazing paired with any other device.
I would definitely recommend this adapter to anyone who needs to pair with phone/mouse/keyboard/printer. You may not find a better adapter currently on the market. I want to give this product 5 stars, but as it does not meet my needs and I must look for another, I cannot rate it at 5.
The rep stated that for DATA the range is only 30 feet or so with the BTA6210. It is AUDIO that will go 300 feet.
Make sure you have up to date Toshiba drivers. They seem to work with W7 64 bit.
So your rating might vary depending on what you are using the Bluetooth for. I was using it to tether so was unimpressed and my older dongle performed the same for that.
First off, I wasn't able to get anywhere near 330 feet. Maybe if you have unimpeded line of site, you'll get that far, but when the adapter was in my PC, I can get about 25 feet going through a single wall, and about 30 feet with line of site through a door. However, when a person broke the line of site, I lost the signal.
Some of this is probably affected by the receiver in addition to the adapter, but I only have the one receiver to test with (the Devotec Solar Sound 2), and frankly, that's what I specifically why I bought the adapter, so for my purposes, that's how I'm measuring performance.
I suspect that if I get a USB extension cable, and move the adapter so that it's higher off the ground, I might get a better signal, but I haven't had a chance to pick one up yet. Moving the adapter to various other USB ports or hubs did wind up with diminished performance, so I have to believe that placement will wind up getting better results.
Next, I had a lot of issues with the included Toshiba Bluetooth stack. Specifically, the Toshiba software saw that the Solar Sound 2 would act as both audio headphones and as a hands-free speakerphone-- they assume that you're going to use a smartphone for the audio source, so the speakerphone stuff is seen as an added benefit.
Unfortunately, this wound up being a negative-- the Toshiba stack always tried to default to sending the music to the speakerphone, rather than the audio headphones, which resulted in the music getting crushed down with additional compression, then converted down to mono.Read more ›
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