Philips AEA2000/37 Bluetooth Hi-Fi Adapter/Receiver (Black)
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- Bluetooth Hi-Fi Adapter works with Bluetooth-enabled phones and tablets. Just turn on Bluetooth, connect to the Bluetooth Hi-Fi adapter and play music from your smartphone/tablet on your Hi-Fi.
- You store your music on smartphone and tablet. With Bluetooth Hi-fi Adapter, you can stream all your music from your music library to your Hi-Fi system.
- You can connect the Bluetooth Hi-Fi adapter to almost any Hi-Fi or PC speaker system using standard analogue RCA or 3.5mm jacks.
- The Bluetooth Hi-Fi adapter features a compact and streamlined design, looking perfect on your favorite Hi-Fi.
- Every music lover has his favorite music service or online radio apps on his mobile devices. Now you can play them directly on your Hi-Fi system.
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Philips AEA2000/37 Bluetooth Hi-Fi Adapter (Black)
From the Manufacturer
Stream and play music wirelessly from your smartphone or tablet to your sound system with the Philips AEA2000 Bluetooth Hi-Fi Adapter. This compact adapter lets you enjoy audio from your Bluetooth-enabled device on your hi-fi or PC stereo system through a Bluetooth wireless connection. Simply connect the adapter to a stereo system using the included RCA-to-3.5-millimeter cable, and you're ready to play music from your smartphone, tablet, laptop, and other Bluetooth-enabled devices on your sound system.
Features a compact and streamlined design that complements most sound systems. View larger.
Easily stream music from your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to a sound system. View larger.
Bluetooth Technology for Wireless Streaming
Featuring Bluetooth technology, the Philips AEA2000 Hi-Fi Adapter allows you to easily stream music from other Bluetooth devices up to 30 feet away. Simply connect the adapter to a stereo system using the included RCA-to-3.5-millimeter cable and sync it to your favorite Bluetooth-enabled device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, to enjoy your music with wireless convenience.
Stream Your Music Library and Online Apps
Whether you store your music on a smartphone, tablet, or laptop, the Hi-Fi Adapter streams all your music from your local music library to your stereo system. It also enables you to play your favorite music services or online radio apps directly on your system for improved sound.
Compact Design for Plug-and-Play Ease
The Hi-Fi Adapter features a compact and streamlined design that complements most sound systems. With only a Bluetooth sync button atop the unit, the Hi-Fi's sleek, smooth form is free of any distracting displays or unnecessary buttons for maximum plug-and-play ease.
With a proud history in technology, including the invention of the compact audio tape cassette and the CD, Philips is committed to understanding and meeting the needs and desires of consumers. With over 50,000 registered patents, Philips is a global leader in innovation, receiving numerous international design and acoustics awards every year.
What's in the Box
Philips AEA2000 Bluetooth Hi-Fi Adapter, AC cord, RCA-to-3.5-millimeter cable, and quick start guide.
Bluetooth Hi-Fi Adapter
At a Glance:
- Stream music from your smartphone, tablet, or laptop to a sound system
- Compatible with most Bluetooth-enabled devices
- Connects to standalone or PC sound systems
- Stream from music libraries and online apps
- Smooth and compact design
Top customer reviews
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First they are all very similar to me. I have a home stereo Harman Kardon amplifier and 2 JBL column speakers. My system cost me $1800, so it's not professional grade but it's not junk either. Also I'm 35 and still have good hearing capabilities :) My fiancee and I couldn't tell the difference between all of the receivers in term of sound quality. We tested them for 1h~2h with different music on and the difference wasn't flagrant.
I kept the philips. Why? here are the reasons:
The range was the best with the Philips, but not by a lot! I think this is because these devices must fit the bluetooth norms. In other words if you're looking for a 100 yard range bluetooth device you shouldn't be able to find it. I went upstairs, in the basement, all the way to the end of the garage with my phone in my pocket. They all behaved pretty much the same EXCEPT the cheapest one that had a terrible range (5 yards) and keep breaking up (could be a bad unit...).
They all behaved in a very similar way here too. All 4 easy to install and hook up to my phone or my computer. No problem with this.
Once the sound quality, the connectivity and the range were tested there were still 3 candidates left. I chose the philips for the price, the look and the brand name. I would have picked the Harman Kardon for their reputation with the quality of their product but I prefer to save $35 for another device that works exactly the same. Also with the philips, after a while, you do need to push the button to activate it then your phone will hook up to it right away. You may not have to do that with the HomeSpot or the Harman Kardon but I forgot to verify this.
Hope that helps!
1. It has a very nice design.
Here is what I did not like:
This unit would pair up with all of my devices, but it would not play music or any sounds worth a darn. It was always had a lot of static and the sound would rise and fall while changing tones. It did not seem to matter how close or far from the device I tried to use it.
I guess there was a reason why this device was discontinued. I would NOT recommend buying this unit.
P.S. We paid $20 for it, not the suggested retail.
works great with: iphone5, 5c, 5s, ipad mini, ipad air, macbook, and mac mini.
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