Nyrius Songo Wireless Bluetooth Music Receiver Adapter for Audio Streaming iPhone, iPad, iPod, Samsung, Android, HTC, Smartphones, Tablets, Laptops to Speaker Systems with 3.5mm Auxiliary Input (BR40)
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- Wirelessly stream music instantly from your smartphone, tablet, or other Bluetooth audio device to your speaker or home theater system
- Experience crystal clear audio performance through any universal 3.5mm auxiliary input connection
- Quick and easy plug 'n play; connect to your music system, wirelessly pair your audio device, and you're set. No software or app required.
- Superior wireless connectivity; reliably listen to music through your speaker systems without worrying about interference or wiring/docking your smartphone
- Store up to eight paired mobile devices and make it easy for everyone to share their favorite playlist
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- Entertain guests at your next party by streaming music wirelessly over your speaker dock system.
- Enjoy the freedom of listening to your MP3 music through your speaker dock while still keeping your smartphone in your hand.
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The Nyrius receiver is able to remember pairings with more than one device so if you've got a couple devices paired to it, whichever one is the last one paired will be connected if it is in range, otherwise if that last paired device is unavailable and another previously paired device is on then the Nyrius will connect to that one instead. It's nice that I don't have to reconnect manually each time I want to use a different device.
The Nyrius receiver is a small little thing measuring roughly 2 3/4" x 3 1/8" x 3/4". On the back is an aux output, optical output and DC input. The power adapter is 120-240V, 50/60Hz and has a 6' power cord. Also included is a short Aux to RCA connector and a 6' Auxillary cable.
If your device is aptX capable, you will notice an improved sound compared to normal bluetooth connection.
Either way, this is a wonderful addition to a home stereo. It gives you the flexibility in getting streamed music from several devices to your stereo system or powered speaker.
I was provided a sample for review.
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What you need to make it work-
- Some type of amplifier in the video I am using the Griffin 20 - which I like because it has a bluetooth input and a subwoofer output.
- or an iPhone/iPod dock that can receive an auxiliary input (most can).
- Is NFC and bluetooth enabled
- When I turned on the device for the first time my iPad automatically recognized the Nyrius Songo device - making pairing very easy.
- It may go with out saying, but you will need speakers and some sort of amplifiers (or powered speakers)
- Has both an auxiliary and optical output. While the auxiliary output is rather common - the optical output is the real bonus, since it can deliver a digital output to your higher end devices.
- Nice compact design - roughly 1/2 the size of a deck of cards
- Requires external power - it is not rechargeable
Final verdict - The Nyrius Songo and NFC Receiver is a great way to use your exisitng stero or amplifier s (or a set of high end speakers) into a fully bluetooth and NFC sound system. There are more expensive integrated bluetooth speakers on the market, but the Nyrius Songo can help you forgo the high-end bluetooth speakers and use your older traditional set-up.
4 1/2 Stars
Please Note I received this product in exchange for an unbiased review
Based on a quick test in the vehicle, it appears that both of those problems have been rectified with the Songo. Volume is back to where it should be (i.e., I don't have to put the volume at 30 on the car stereo and max it out on the phone to get halfway-decent sound) and there is no alternator whine that I hear. Also, the Bluetooth 4.0 standard allows for higher data transmit rates, which allows for better sound. The other product only had Bluetooth 2.0. This particular AUX-only version does not have the APT-X codec or optical outputs on board, but neither of those are necessary for car audio (at least in my case). That also allows the unit to be powered by a 12v DC-USB adaptor (see below). The others would require a 12v-A/C barrel plug adaptor.
Pairing is also easier - no button at all to push.
Moreover, the Songo is just ready to go whenever you turn on the car. And that's the final plus, which the Blackberry also had: this runs fine off a 12v DC-USB adaptor, and because there's no battery it turns off when the car is off and on when the car is on (or the key is set to ACC position).
In the end, this is what I wanted all along, and it's going to be a good commute from here on out.
This is a handy little unit that gives you the opportunity to use that stereo unit you’ve neglected because you’ve been listening to your music on your portable device. You know that you do – and either through less-than optimal speakers or earbuds. And every time you see that sleek black electronic unit on your shelf/stand you sigh and wished that you actually still used it. This Nyrius Songo takes away that guilt by becoming a receiving unit from your mobile device and hooking into the stereo a few different ways: through the line-in jack, the game or input RCA jacks, or the TOS link if you have that feature. All three methods seem to deliver the same quality of sound, so really the connection choice is really once of location preference for the wiring.
And therein lies really my only negative about this unit and yes, I know it is nitpicky, but this is my review so get over it; because of the light-weight of the Nyrius Songo, the connection cables have too much influence about the staying in position. I think once you find your idea spot (so the you get a good resulting Bluetooth® connection) you need to anchor this with something like double-stick tape, a bracket or something to keep it from being pulled by the outbound connection cable.
I forgot to mention the process of pairing with the mobile device and selecting it. I forgot because it was so very easy. No pin numbers to enter, no downloading an application, no hassle. Just Bluetooth® setup, select and go. The mobile devices I tried all gave me the option to use the internal speakers (or headphones) or the Bluetooth® and I could easily switch back and forth between those outputs.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Nicely built, decent looking product but for me it is terrible. Dropouts are random but certain. You may go 60 seconds or you may get skips for 10 seconds solid. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Dirk Allen
Allowed me to make my old Onkyo stereo Bluetooth enabled!! Love it!Published 8 days ago by Jeffrey Holmes
Will connect on startup automatically, but phone calls do not go through this device.Published 17 days ago by Tim
If you plan on keeping your device within 10 feet of this, you're solid. Beyond that it's spotty and breaks up often and for no reason.Published 1 month ago by Rachel
Works just fine, so I ordered another one, so far working great, can't go wrong for the pricePublished 1 month ago by Raul F.
The device works and is easy to use. I am using it with my smartphone with Time Warner Cable TV (audio) and iHeart.Published 1 month ago by Dean
This was bought as a gift and by the time it was given to me and I figured out it wouldn't work it was too late to return it with the bad return policy that is in place. Read morePublished 1 month ago by zassrazz