Eagle Tech USA Bluetooth Music Receiver Phone Adapter for Home Audio, Car Stereo and Headphones (ET-ARHS50B-BK)
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- Converts wired speakers, car stereo system and headphones into wireless speaker & speakerphone!
- Stream music and make hands-free phone calls from laptops, tablets and smartphones to wired speakers, headphones and car stereos
- Roam freely, enjoy good music and make hands-free phone calls with dedicated media playback controls
- Built-in microphone, rechargeable battery, 3.5mm line-in, 3.5mm line-out, micro USB charging port
- Bluetooth Version: 3.0, Bluetooth Profiles: A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP
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This tiny Bluetooth adapter converts wired speakers, car stereo system and headphones into wireless speaker & speakerphone! At home, it lets you listen to good music and make hands-free phone calls using wired speakers or headphones. On the go, it plugs into car stereo system's 3.5mm AUX port and offers up to 6 hours of wireless music streaming and hands-free phone calls on a single charge.
Top customer reviews
Although there are lots of bluetooth receiver out there specially with bluetooth speakers massively becoming available, this is still a cool gadget.
However, my concern is, it does not remember the last device it got connected to, which is quite annoying since you have to get near the device again and press the button so you can get connected. if you are playing something and you went out of the rangeyou have to come to the device again and push the button of the bluetooth receiver to retry connecting. Nowadays even bluettoth speakers automatically reconnects to the last device when it gets to the range. Perhaps the manufacturer can add this function to avoid tedious task of reconnecting considering this is suppose to be a wireless thingy.
My only complaint is that you have to turn it on every time you get in the car. I would have liked it much better if it turned itself on when I started the car and it received an electrical current. I sort of hoped for a truly automatic connection, which this isn't. But having a wireless connection from my phone to my stereo is nice.