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HomeSpot NFC-Enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System
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- Bluetooth 4.0 (2.1+EDR backward compatible); Support A2DP profile; Store 8 paired devices
- Superior wireless performance; Transmit up to 66 feet away with line of sight
- Tap-and-pair and tap-and-connect the receiver with NFC-equipped Android, Windows 8 and Nokia phones
- Plug the receiver into any A/V receiver, stereo system, or speaker through standard RCA or 3.5 mm jack; UL-plug AC adapter included
- Play music wirelessly from your Bluetooth-capable smartphone, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, Android.
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Bluetooth 4.0 Wireless Music Streaming
Play high-quality audio wirelessly from any Bluetooth enabled device including your smartphone, tablet, or computer / laptop on your A/V receiver, home stereo system or speaker with this Bluetooth audio receiver.
Built in with Bluetooth 4.0 (backward compatible with 2.1+EDR) technology lets you connect to most Bluetooth enabled devices without draining your batteries. Freedom to move freely in your house as you listen, conveniently control and stream music from up to 66 feet/20 meters away.
Just plug in, pair and play
The receiver connects to your home stereo or speakers using the included RCA to 3.5mm audio cable or 3.5mm aux cable, and the included power adapter connects to your standard wall outlet.
Simply plug it into your stereo, then connect to your device with just one press of a button.
HomeSpot Bluetooth Music Receiver; 3.5mm audio cable; RCA cable; micro charging USB cable; UL Certified USB Adapter.
- Bluetooth 4.0 (backward compatible with 2.1+EDR)
- Support A2DP profile and store up to 8 paired devices
- Auto-reconnect to last paired device during power-up
- FastStream & Low Latency codecs ensuring synchronised audio during video playback
- Audio output volume matched with RCA input of most AV Receivers and audio systems
- 2 digits identifier in Bluetooth device name for multiple receivers installation
Instant Auto Reconnect
Pair your device with one press of the convenient pairing button. The re-pairing is instant and automatic for hassle-free experience. Auto-reconnect to last paired device during power-up.
Tap to Pair with NFC Technology
If your phone has NFC, just tap it to the receiver to make an instant connection. For Bluetooth phones or computers without NFC, the pairing process is the same as if connecting to other regular Bluetooth audio receivers and speakers.
NFC Bluetooth pairing function has been tested (or reported by users as working) with these phones:
Google Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 9, LG Optimus G, G Pro, 4X HD, Samsung Galaxy S4, S4 mini, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Mega, Galaxy S3 SIII*, Galaxy Nexus*, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4, S3 mini, Galaxy Victory 4G LTE, HTC One, OneX/XL/SV*, HTC EVO 4G LTE, HTC Windows Phone 8X, Nokia Lumia 920 Windows Phone 8, Lumia 820/822/810/620, Lumia 1020, Nokia 301/700/701/720/610 NFC, Sony Xperia S, Xperia SP, Xperia P, Xperia L, Xperia Ion, Xperia TX (ST29i), Xperia V, Motorola Droid Razr M, Droid DNA.
*Installation of Tap-and-Pair App (or any other NFC Bluetooth pairing handover app compliant to NFC Forum Specifications) is required for Android OS version 4.0.x, despite NFC hardware support by the phone. Tap-and-Pair app can be downloaded free of charge from Google Play Store. Phones that have been upgraded to 4.1 or later do not require app installation for NFC Bluetooth pairing.
Proprietary Bluetooth Name Identifier
2 digits identifier in Bluetooth device name for multiple receivers installation.
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|Supported Codec||AAC, SBC, aptX and aptX Low Latency||AAC, SBC and aptX||AAC, SBC and FastStream||AAC, SBC||AAC, SBC and FastStream||AAC, SBC, HFP, HD Voice, HSP, AVRCP|
|Multipoint||Max 2 Devices||Max 2 Devices||No||Max 2 Devices||No||Max 2 Devices|
Play music wirelessly from your mobile device on your A/V receiver, home stereo system or speaker with this Bluetooth audio receiver. Simply plug it into your stereo, then connect to your device with just one press of a button or via NFC.
Top Customer Reviews
1) The sound quality of almost all Bluetooth speakers that I tested does not compare to the sound of my bookshelf speakers - not even by a long shot.
2) The sound quality coming from my Homespot NFC and my Amphony 200 is excellent. Obviously it is only as good as the source material. Most of the music that I stream is compressed in some fashion. Depending on the bit rate and compression format, it sounds either very good or less decent. However, this wireless combination rocks.
3) The range that I can get is a lot better than the range of some of these Bluetooth speakers. I can get around 50 feet of range depending on what I use as the transmitter. My Samsung Galaxy phone has the highest range. I also have a Bluetooth USB dongle which on the other hand has horrible range (less than 15 feet).
4) This receiver along with the amp is really inexpensive.
5) Both the receiver and the mini amp are small. I actually have the receiver stacked on the amp itself so it stores away nicely.
6) I can use any speaker to connect to the amp plus my mini amps pumps out really loud volume, a lot more than any of the Bluetooth speakers that I have tried without distorting.
So I figured I would give this HomeSpot NFC Bluetooth Audio receiver a try while shopping for an amplifier that will receive bluetooth & is within my budget. I needed a Y connector with an 1/8" male to attach to this HomeSpot & an RCA end to connect the speakers to as well. I figured I could get enough out of my phone & this unit to use one speaker but was skeptical of getting both speakers to work.
So I was very impressed when I heard sound out of both speakers, streamed from my phone. I can't turn it up loud enough to rattle the windows like I use to with the stereo, in fact at a little less than full volume from my phone & the speakers distort but it is loud enough you'd have a hard time holding a conversation with someone in a room of 25 ft X 40 ft. My family doesn't like it too loud anyway & I don't want to advertise my stereo system for the next five-finger discount. So this little unit has saved me over $150 for an amplifier.
The only downside I have found with this unit (reason for 4 stars) is it seems to lose it's connection every once in a while at random. I've had this unit since March 2016 & have lost the connection four times so far (today being the end of May). When the connection is lost there is no sound what-so-ever. The phone is still connected to the unit so the sound doesn't transfer to phones speakers but the unit will not put out any sound to the speakers. I need to completely unplug the unit from the wall to reboot it, turn off the bluetooth on my phone then reconnect everything again. Bit of a hassle when you just want to sit back, relax, & listen to some tunes with some deep base but so far, it's only been a few times I've had this issue.
If your looking to re-invigorate some old speakers (shelf speakers are the best for this little unit but it will handle some larger floor speakers (10" sub-woofer, two mid-range, two tweeters per speaker)) then this little unit will handle the load nicely.