Etekcity Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver Audio Adapter (NFC-Enabled) for Sound System
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- STREAM WIRELESSLY: Enables traditional speakers with 4.0 bluetooth for wireless audio streaming from a range of 33 feet.
- VERSATILE EXTENSION: Easily adapt via A/V, RCA, and 3.5mm jack input. Plays well with home theaters, stereo systems, and car stereos.
- NFC-CAPABILITY: Amplify the audio of your NFC-capable smart devices with a simple hand gesture. Simply ouch your smartphone or tablet to the bluetooth adapter and connect.
- RAPID RECHARGE: Runs for an extended period of up to 10 hours on a full charge. No interruptions, no problems.
- MINI DESIGN: Compact and lightweight build to easily tuck away and take on your travel.
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The Roverbeats Unify uses updated wireless technology to adapt audio systems with Bluetooth capability. This small, compact device enables devices and stereo audio systems to be wirelessly controlled with Bluetooth 4.0 and EDR (Enhanced Data Rating). It features A2DP and AVRC profile functionality to stream high quality audio from a media source and is designed to provide a standard interface to control TVs, stereo audio equipment and other A/V devices.
Recharge and Resume
The Unify is the first Bluetooth receiver to have a 200mAh battery, allowing it to provide up to 10 hours of continuous quality music playback for car systems, home theaters, smart phones, and tablets. With a quick recharge time of only 2 hours, it's easy to recharge and resume the music. With NFC capability, the Unify can quickly connect with any other NFC enabled device in the matter of seconds. It's also created with the versatility to easily adapt via A/V, RCA, and 3.5mm jack input. It's quick to set up and extends wireless control to up to 33 feet (10 meters).
From the Manufacturer
Connecting Devices, Connecting People
Traditional Speakers Become Bluetooth-enabled
This Bluetooth Audio Receiver connects to any powered speakers or even your A/V receiver with a 3.5mm to 3.5mm or 3.5mm to 2RCA audio cable. Enabling Bluetooth capabilities in traditional speakers, the Roverbeats Unify allows users to stream music directly from Bluetooth devices to their favorite speaker. Any Bluetooth device, including tablets, smartphones, and computers, can play and control music on a sound system.
Easy to Pair and Re-pair + NFC Instant Connection
Connect mobile devices with one press and the speakers are ready. From then on, re-pairing is automatic and hassle-free. For phones with NFC, hold it to the Multi-Functional Button to make an instant connection.
Features Bluetooth v4.0 + EDR
Compared to earlier or older versions like Bluetooth V2.0, V 2.1, or V3.0, Bluetooth V4.0 consumes much less energy and lasts much longer. This Audio Receiver can run up to 10 hours per charge while charging takes only about 2 hours. EDR is short for 'Enhanced Data Rate', which ensures a faster data transmission rate and much more stable connection between a Bluetooth device and the Audio Receiver.
- The Roverbeats Unify maintains a strong connection for mobile devices up to 10 meters (33 feet). Stay connected while still having the freedom to move about. Just sit back, listen to the music and enjoy life.
Top Customer Reviews
I also use NFC tags in my car. So when I get into my car I just
1)Turn on the Etekcity unit
2)Scan my NFC Tag with my phone which connects me to the Etekcity BT Audio Adapter and opens my spottily playlist.
And then I have everything set and ready to go in less than 5 seconds.
3)When I get off the car I just scan the same NFC tag again to turn off bluetooth, lower volume, and close spotify. I don't turn off the unit, seems it turns it self off after a certain amount of minutes or seconds.
I personally got some generic NFC tags from Ebay.
But you can get more or less any NFC tag from Amazon or wherever you want.
I also use the app 'Trigger" to program my NFC tags. But you can do whatever you want.
By the way, here is the cassette tape adapter I use
I do not notice any sound quality issues. And the battery seems to last decently long. I have used it for about 8 hours now, and I haven't charged it since it came out of the box two weeks ago. I don't do anything to turn it off when I leave my car. It seems it just turns off it self. The only thing I do have to do is hold the center button to turn it on and then pair/connect my phone to it.
It could not be simpler... I didn't even have to look at any instructions or anything. I plugged the power cord into the unit (it is a micro USB charger, like many cell phones use these days). My set up was a little easier, just because I already had a 3.5mm audio cable coming out of my entertainment center, so I just utilized that. After I had the thing all plugged in, it had a red ring indicating it was powered on. I then went to my Chromebook (that I'm typing this review on, jamming to Pandora on my home stereo rather than it's dinky speakers, thanks to this device!) On my Chromebook, I just opened the bluetooth manager, clicked enable, it started scanning for devices, so I just pushed and held the button on the Roverbeats for a second, and it started to flash. A second later, on my chromebook "UNIFY" appeared, I double clicked on it, and that was it! Connected!! I'm sitting on my couch about 10-15 feet away and it is working flawlessly, no drops or hiccups. To give the Unify credit where credit is due... I used to have a Belkin unit that was supposed to perform the same function, but it would cut out all the time from the same distance -- so much so, I never used the dang thing. That being said, I'm impressed with the sound of the Unify! I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone wanting to stream music to a home audio receiver as I have described, it is working flawlessly and like I said, it couldn't have been easier to set up.
(Also to note: The unit came packaged with BOTH a 3.5mm to 3.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really bad quality. The cable that came within broke immediately. Very poor connection also.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome product. Easy to use and great sound quality. Turns my old school speakers into the hotspot for Bluetooth.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome little unit! Have a old school Bose sound wave tower with CD and it was useless until I got this little guy!
Works great and I got my Bose back! Simple setup... Read more
Hooked this up to the inputs of an old 1970's boom box in the garage and it works great!!!Published 2 days ago by Scott A Howard
Sounds great and works very well for playing music from Iphone to old 1970s reciever.Published 3 days ago by Thomas Paine
So far so good. Unit was charged out of the box. Simply connected it to the aux cord I already had hooked up to my stereo, synced with my iPhone, and started playing. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Nick C