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Brightech - BrightPlay Car HD™ Bluetooth 4.0 Kit- apt-X Technology - Multi-Point Connectivity - Auto Reconnect - HD Quality Sound - Aux Input Jack (3.5 mm) Connect 2 Devices Simultaneously - Brightech
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Five Star Reviews:

69%
Inhance your Bluetooth sound quality affordably
December 4, 2016
Works perfectly!! I have it tethered to an Altec Lansing speaker in our master bathroom to listen to music while getting ready. I used the supplied Aux cord for the speaker connection and the BrightPlay's bluetooth "hand shake" is to an Amazon Echo as the music streaming jukebox. I highly recommend the BrightPlay. Set up was a breeze, sound quality is excellent, CD quality. Up to 30 feet of range. I would be sure the user considering purchase understood the device prefers line of sight with some minor exceptions. If you need to go through walls and have extended range including reaching speakers outdoors, you need to step up to the Audioengine B1 Premium Bluetooth Music Receiver ($189.00 on Amazon). But for the $29.00 asking price and excellent music quality, you can't go wrong with the Brightech BrightPlay. In fact, for that price point you can have them in multiple rooms, garage, office, lake house, etc. I read a review from one user that rigged a BrightPlay up in his car. I'm going to do that myself when I purchase an additional unit from Brightech.
it is very nice to be able to control the music while sitting ...
June 30, 2016
My experience with one previous Bluetooth device was that it would not transmit through my home's exterior wall and would frequently lose connection with my iPhone/iPad. With my stereo receiver being inside the house, it is very nice to be able to control the music while sitting on the deck. This Brightech device allows me to do this. I have the receiver in a thick wooden cabinet, so signal must go through cabinet and exterior wall. I have separated my iPhone from the receiver as much as 15 feet (while on the deck) and it works great! Very pleased; great performance and one of the least expensive options on the market. Before I bought it, I noticed one of the technology reviews of "Top 10 Bluetooth Devices" had this one listed, so I figured it must do a good job....and it does.
Impressed - Modernizing A High Quality Receiver
February 6, 2016
Wow,......this thing takes a nice but older Yamaha receiver and modernizes it. I can now play two different blue tooth devices on my home stereo system.
The sound is amazing,.....just as good as my CD's.
This little device has saved me hundreds of dollars. Before purchasing this,.....I was thinking of purchasing a new receiver with the technology built in. Quality high power receivers are not cheap. This took my otherwise high quality receiver and made it every bit as good as a modernized unit.
If you are wanting to update a high quality receiver,......I cannot recommend this unit strong enough.
And lastly,......what prompted me to write this review was an Email I received a couple of weeks after receiving this. They wanted to make sure I was happy with the Brightech-BrightPlay. Not to many companies followup with a sale to verify satisfaction and or help if needed. I'm pretty impressed.
Best $35 I've ever spent
February 19, 2015
This has completely changed how we listen to music now. I have two sets of good speakers wired in my walls so when my receiver died, I just wanted to replace it. But I also wanted to be able to stream music from my iPhone 5s without having to plug it in all the time. I found few highly rated receivers with built-in bluetooth. Or the highly rated ones are very expensive. So I found a solid, inexpensive receiver (Sony STRDH130) and added the Brightech Brightplay. It works flawlessly. I have it paired with both my iPhone 5s and my iPad mini. Unlike some reviewers, mine works even without having a direct line of sight. If I go upstairs it will disconnect, but I if leave my phone in the kitchen, about 20 feet away from the Brightech and behind a wall, it still works great. It was simple to install and simple to pair. Highly recommended.
Perfect
November 14, 2013
Works perfect! Its easy to connect and it remembers your last connection and connects back automatically when in proximity. The range is outstanding. I was able to connect at 50 ft. There is no loss in quality whatsoever from my Ipod being being physically connected to the speaker and through this bluetooth unit. If there is, I'm sure you need some kind of electronic equipment to analyze it. I like the fact that I can have it connected to the electric wall socket and ON at all times. This is one of the few products that work as advertised.
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Four Star Reviews:

17%
Good sound, poor usability
January 19, 2017
Great device hindered by two design flaws. 1. The bulbous shape prevents this from plugging directly into the electrical outlets on the back of most hifi amplifiers. 2. Bluetooth pairing is not promiscuous. Once this device pairs with one device -- your phone, say -- in order to switch to a different device, you must power it off and on again, or else unplug and replug the 1/8-inch stereo mini jack. This is greatly inferior to bluetooth devices such as the Aiwa EXOS-1 that promiscuously pair with any device that requests a connection. With the Aiwa, you can sit around with your friends trading songs. The Brightech's fidelity to one device only at a time really limits its convenience.
The unit works well so far - but you can forget about after sales service!
November 16, 2016
I've checked it out with an iPod and a Galaxy S5 and it works just fine. It also handles 240vAC without a hitch. How long it will continue to work is anybody's guess.

However, I do object to the fact that, in spite of the claim (in the Instruction Guide for one) that it can be supplied with a UK,EU,US or AU pin arrangement, the American suppliers didn't have the wit to send me the appropriate one, so I had to buy an adapter. And I found that emailing them about it is pointless, as they just reply with a randomly selected or computer generated "explanation" which doesn't in any way address the situation.
Easy set up, works/sounds great! Wish you could re-name the device.
December 25, 2015
Put 1 on game room/back patio stereo and 1 on garage/workshop stereo (~20' apart). Easy setup, works great, sounds good. Mine range out to ~50' before signal is lost/gets choppy. Since I have 2, would be nice if devices could be 'renamed' to tell them apart. To alleviate figuring out which is which, I plugged them into the switched outlets on back of the receivers (i.e. device is only powered on when receiver is on). However, size of device, while compact, does not allow it to be plugged into switched outlets without a power adapter (like those used to make a grounded plug into an ungrounded plug); this spaces device back far enough to allow it to plug in. If you could either change the B/tooth name, or the shape of device was altered slightly to fit into switched outlets of HiFi receivers, would have no issues giving a 5 star rating! Love streaming my own music wherever, and especially like hearing phone/text/email notifications via stereo I normally miss during parties and doing tasks in workshop.
their cost compared to quality was ambiguous at best. However
July 5, 2015
First of all, the only reason I did not give this product five stars is simply because my limited knowledge of electronics disqualifies me from doing so. Okay. That said, I bought this receiver so that I could have wireless speakers in my living room. After looking at and reading reviews for Bluetooth speakers, it was plain: their cost compared to quality was ambiguous at best. However, I knew that I liked the computer speakers I already had, even though they were not wireless. So, when the Brightech receiver arrived, it got plugged into the outlet, my computer speakers plugged into their outlet and into the receiver. Somehow, the receiver and my laptop found each other without a great deal of effort on my part. And I have what I wanted: no wires from my computer to the speakers, and good sound. Now and then, for some reason unknown to me, they lose the connection while the laptop is shut-down. However, I have found that by just unplugging the receiver for a few seconds, that they will find each other as soon as the receiver is plugged back in.
I would recommend this product, and have added Brightech to my list of "good quality and value" manufacturers.
Comparison of BrightPlay Home HD Bluetooth 4.0 Music Receiver and Belkin F8Z492TTP Bluetooth Music Receiver
December 6, 2013
This review is in comparison to the Belkin F8Z492TTP Bluetooth Music Receiver:

Audio Quality:
The BrightPlay receiver is miles better than the Belkin in terms of Audio Quality. I use it at my desk to connect to my desktop speakers. The Belkin sounded like my old Napster songs with very low bitrates, even with distances between the receiver and phone at < 3'. The BrightPlay comes in crystal clear and equal in quality to plugging in an aux plug directly into the phone.

Power Input Design:
This is the only downside to the BrightPlay. Rather than having the small brick with a long wire plugging into the back like on the Belkin, the BrightPlay plugs directly into an outlet. I found it as an inconvenience, as my power outlet was rather far away.

Build Quality:
Overall the same, but the Belkin has that infamous piece of metal to add weight and reduce range, whereas the BrightPlay seems great all around.

Conclusion:
I'm glad I found this, after much searching and reading reviews on Amazon. Audio Quality is the most important feature in a bluetooth receiver, and I agree with everyone else who reviewed this one that it is better than the rest.
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Three Star Reviews:

5%
This thing is Awesome.
February 7, 2017
I have downgraded this item to 3 stars because as I have used it more and more, I notice that it has serious problems with connections and it has poor distance coverage, even in line of sight distances with no obstructions. I'm really disappointed as I thought that this was really going to be THE ONE!

Original Rating: It sounds just as good as plugging my device up with the audio cord as very little, if any sound quality is lost. I haven't tested the limits of its distance abilities yet, but it sits about 20 feet away from the audio source and inside of a cabinet. That alone is impressive to me as many products before it failed to work in that environment. I give it 5 stars because I am very pleased with its performance.
Sounds is great - When you're very close.
August 29, 2016
Easy to connect and great sound - I didn't notice any difference in sound quality vs hard-jacking my phone directly into me stereo. Range/signal strength seems slightly limited as compared to some other bluetooth products/speakers I own. The one I installed in my garage can't handle me me stepping outside, even if I'm only two feet away, standing directly outside the wall it's installed on.

Update: After a few months of use, I can say that I've become quite disappointed with the range on these guys. I'm getting much more like 10 feet of range, and not the 30 or so typical of a bluetooth connection. I own several different standalone bluetooth speakers, and all of them hold a connection over a much better range. Should have gone with the Chromecast Audio
Works great when connected, but requires a lot of effort to switch between devices
July 18, 2016
It works well when connected. But doesn't switch between devices well at all, it always holds onto the last connection as the only connection. In order to switch between devices I have to unplug it and replug it, making sure all other bluetooth devices are disabled. Which is difficult since it's attached to the back of the stereo inside the console. It advertises it works with multiple devices, which must refer to pairings only. If you want to go from your phone to your tablet and then your computer, you have to unplug it and replug it - and make sure the last device's bluetooth is disabled.
I wound up moving this to the stereo in the basement and committing an old iPhone to that system. I can run music via Spotify on my TV with more control and easily flip between devices. That makes this redundant. The Brightech works well when connect, but just use one device with it is all I'm saying.
Great audio but has some problems
August 13, 2015
This is a nice, compact well built device. The audio quality is very good, better than my old Logitech Bluetooth adapter. However it has some problems. First it has no "pair" button and it seems to decide to go into pair mode when you unplug it from the wall or unplug the mini stereo plug from it, but unreliably. In fact I've struggled more than once with it refusing to go into pairing mode. Also its ability to be paired to 2 devices at once is also unreliable. I might be returning it, but maybe there's a trick to using it which I have yet to figure out. Because when its working the audio is great!
Sounds great. Setup is easy. Range is limited, only about 15' between a wall.
June 21, 2015
I bought this because my receiver needed an analog audio out put for the second zone of speakers I have on my deck. Normally, I just use AppleTV for streaming audio, but since the Apple TV is digital, my receiver's analog-only second zone will not amplify an HDMI source.

When I want to play music on my second zone of speakers on my deck I can either play from my headphone jack (corded) or use one of these Bluetooth to analog wireless receivers. This receiver works great but it will not play from my deck which is about 15' from the receiver. Granted there is also an external wall between the receiver and the deck.

If you need a similar solution as I did, keep looking. This receiver is great but just not powerful enough to do the job I needed it to do.
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Two Star Reviews:

4%
Bad Luck with a BrightPlay Home HD Bluetooth
September 16, 2016
I bought this particular piece of Bluetooth equipment to make it more convenient to use an otherwise fine built-in home sound system I'd acquired when I bought a house that had been renovated by the previous owner. For the first couple of minutes of use, the BrightPlay Home HD Bluetooth seemed to work fine, but I soon began hearing frequent, random static, in bursts lasting from 2 or 3 seconds to a full minute or more. After repeated futile attempts (which, not having a head for technology, I cannot even begin to describe) to figure out what was going wrong, the audio-tech pro who was helping me with set-up advised me to just send it back to Amazon. For all I know, it would work just fine in another environment, but it just didn't work well enough in mine.
Great Sound But The Constant and Random Auto Reconnects Plagued Me
October 16, 2015
The Brightech Brightplay offers a noticeable improvement in sound over the 2 HomeSpot bluetooth receivers I have, more so in volume than overall sound quality. The sound from the Brightech is at the same volume as when I connect my phone to my amp with RCA cables whereas the HomeSpot bluetooth receiver I have is noticeably quieter. The sound quality from the Brightech is quite good, almost indistinguishable from connecting with RCA cables.

My satisfaction with the Brightplay ends there. The Brightplay plugging directly into an outlet along with the pairing sequence initiated by having to unplug the auxiliary cable from the bluetooth receiver and plug it back in is a horrible design function. By plugging directly into an outlet the Brightplay likely will not have the best line of sight which isn't great for bluetooth. Plus, it likely will be in an inconvenient location. If it isn't in an easy to reach location the pairing is tedious because one has to unplug the auxiliary cable from the Brightplay and plug it back in to initiate the pairing process. I ended up running an extension cable specifically for the Brightplay so it would have good line of sight and be in a convenient location for pairing.

The stuff I just mentioned I could live with. What I couldn't live with is the auto reconnect constantly hijacking my iPhone and iPad. Auto reconnect should only function in a manner so if I'm actively using the Brightplay to stream audio in my house and decide to walk out to get the mail or take the trash out or I am out of range for a few minutes for whatever reason, the bluetooth receiver automatically reconnects and starts streaming audio again. Or if the Brightplay is powered on it automatically reconnects to a device upon getting power, like when being used in a car. While the Brightplay does both of those, it also continually hijacks my audio at random times. If I'm connected to the Brightech but select another audio output, like the phone or headphones, the Brightech will randomly reselect itself as the audio output. This is extremely annoying, especially when listening to music over headphones! It isn't even walking out of range and in range again that triggers this, although walking out of range and in range again will trigger it every time.

After a couple days of use, I started to turn the bluetooth off and then on again on my phone or tablet when I was done using the bluetooth receiver in order to completely disconnect from the Brightplay. While this significantly decrease the frequency of the Brightplay reconnecting and reselecting itself it didn't stop it altogether. I may be in the living room, having not even been connected to the Brightplay for a couple hours, and the bluetooth receiver will auto connect and select itself as the audio output. I've even selected another audio output than the Brightplay and 5 seconds later it reselects itself. Horrible! Again reconnecting itself isn't a matter of being out of range and then coming in range again. I may be out of the house for a few hours and come home. The Brightplay, happily, doesn't reconnect upon entering the house. I'm sitting in a room an hour later and the bluetooth receiver decides to reconnects itself.

Summary:
I really wanted to like this. It has great sound, bluetooth 4.0, apt-x, and 2 devices can connect to it at once. However, plugging directly into a wall and one having to unplug the auxiliary cable from the Brightplay and plug it back in to initiate the pairing process is a bad combo. Plus, setting up 2 devices to be connected to the Brightplay at once is a tedious pairing process and it doesn't always work. Several times the Brightplay wouldn't let my wife connect to the receiver because it had auto reconnected to a different phone or tablet. We then have to search for the other devices to see which it decided to auto reconnect to and turn the bluetooth off on that device. 2 devices are suppose to be able to connect to the Brightplay at once so it auto reconnecting to 1 should have been a non issue. It, however, was just another example of how the constant and random auto reconnects plagued us. I'm sending the Brightplay back to Amazon and very reluctantly forking the additional money over to give the Bose bluetooth receiver a shot.
Yet another no-go bluetooth thingy
September 15, 2015
OK, I think I've learned my lesson. This is the 3rd bluetooth rig I've used to connect my older stereo to my iPhone and MacBook. Now I'll acknowledge that it may be something in my stereo or its location but none of them have worked consistently. I had high hopes for this one but it failed. It is a serious pain to install this unless your stereo happens to be close to an accessible outlet. Took me quite a while to move things around. And then it worked only intermittently. Also, despite what it says, I had to un-pair it from my iPhone in order to get it to work on my MacBook. And had to un-pair it from my MacBook to get it to work with my iPhone, and it worked poorly even then.

So I'd say if you have an adventurous spirit and lots of free time, give this a try. Just don't throw away the packing material until you're convinced it works!
Good sound, but pairing problems are a deal-breaker
May 2, 2015
Having had a few different Bluetooth receivers and speakers I've found that many of them have poor sound quality. I used to think that this was due to a poor internet connection but now think it's probably the bluetooth.
This device has excellent sound and there are no cut-outs, static, or other problems that I've been able to notice.
The problem however is with the pairing, once you pair one device to it, you have to explicitly un-pair it from that device before you pair it to another device. We have many devices in the house (phones, iPads, etc) and this unfortunately is a deal breaker. For example I might pair it to my phone, then a few days later want to pair it with my iPad, but I have to first remember that it was my phone that it was paired with, go find my phone, unpair it, then pair it with my iPad. If the device it was paired with is unavailable then I guess you're out of luck (I haven't found any "reset" mode). This largely defeats the purpose of having Bluetooth to begin with -- I may as well just plug the speakers directly into my device, which is what I found myself doing when I couldn't figure out the pairing.
Questionable Design
December 8, 2014
Good quality sound but cumbersome "plug and play" feature. What that really means is you must plug it directly into an electrical outlet which may or may not be near your speakers/system, convenient to get to, or properly exposed for broadcast clarity. There is no power adaptor and chord. Though it is not clear from the picture, the back of the unit had the prongs to plug directly into the outlet. So it never turns off unless you reach down and pull it out. Plus, if you want to turn off the Bluetooth, you are instructed to pull out the Bluetooth chord. Otherwise it stays on. We cannot imagine any unit will survive for long with constant pulling out and plugging in the chord and even the unit itself, or in the alternative, leaving the power and the Bluetooth ( the Bluetooth will go into standby) on 24/7/365.
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One Star Reviews:

5%
A Terribly Designed Product
December 4, 2016
Here's how I imagine the conversation went at Brightech, when they were brainstorming this product:

Some R&D guy: "Hey guys, you know how bluetooth devices perform best with an unobstructed line of sight between the device to the receiver? And you know how pretty much 100% of power outlets are in out-of-the-way places, out of sight, and behind things like furniture and stereos? Well, I think it would be a great idea to design a bluetooth unit without a power cord, so it will plug directly into an electrical outlet, and thus force the receiver to be stuck in a place where it will most likely be obstructed, and won't be able to actually receive any kind of signal whasoever!"

The other R&D guys: "That sounds like an amazing idea! What could possibly go wrong?"

Basically, if you want to actually use this receiver, you will have to place a powerstrip right out in front of your stereo, computer, tv, or whatever speakers you intend to use with this dumb thing, because it has no power cord. I did not realize this was the case when I purchased this, or I would not have wasted my time.
Very Short Range and Buggy
June 21, 2016
Absolute junk! This is only useful if you have nothing better to do than mess with it all day.

I got this so I can stream Pandora and other music sources to amplifier-driven speakers. Every time I use this I get frustrated. What should be relaxing time with background music is just pure technical hell. First, this thing crashes and stops responding to Bluetooth. Then, once you reset it by pulling the plug and manage to connect to it, it keeps chopping up the audio stream. It has very poor Bluetooth reception. If you're more than just a few feet from it, it fails to stream. It's not uncommon for Bluetooth to reach up to 30 feet. This thing gets about 5-10 feet at best, even in line of sight without nearby interference (metal, etc.).

I really wanted to like this thing, but it has been nothing but torture for the past 2 years that I've had it. Tossing it out and getting a Google Audio Chromecast.
Tried very hard to enjoy this but this product for whatever reason is not ...
October 24, 2015
Tried very hard to enjoy this but this product for whatever reason is not handling my Blueotooth devices well at all. (2 computers and 2 iphones).

Constant 'stuttering' and breaking up of audio sitting still barely 5-7 ft from the receiver. Every now and then it will play clearly, like if I power cycle whatever device I'm streaming from. Also don't like how auto-connect chooses whichever device is in range or last selected. I'm then forced to find any device it connects to and manually disable BT before switching audio devices.

Knowing all this would have made this a much easier pass for me personally.
Steer clear
September 8, 2015
Product simply didn't work. I am returning for another brand. Produced a loud hum when plugged into any receiver input. Was also very difficult to pair with an iPhone 5 or iPad, even at close range and would drop off after only a couple of minutes. When it finally (briefly) paired, it would only play out of the right channel.
Waste of $$
May 18, 2015
Works nicely for a month and then it paired but would not connect. I tried this same one once before and the same thing happened. The manufacturer is worthless. Personally I would never buy one again.
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Audioengine
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Mediabridge Products, LLC.
Brightech
Audioengine
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Brightech
Mediabridge Products, LLC.
Brightech
Audioengine
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BPHOME1
MPC-35-2XRCA-6
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Wireless
Speakers
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Mediabridge Products, LLC.
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Audioengine
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Mediabridge 3.5mm Male to 2-Male RCA Adapter (6 Feet) - Step Down Design - (Part# MPC-35-2XRCA-6 )
Brightech - BrightPlay Car HD™ Bluetooth 4.0 Kit- apt-X Technology - Multi-Point Connectivity - Auto Reconnect - HD Quality Sound - Aux Input Jack (3.5 mm) Connect 2 Devices Simultaneously
Audioengine B1 Bluetooth Music Receiver
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116.1 in
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Available in both Black and White Colors. Marvel at clean, punchy audio when streaming CD-quality sound from your Bluetooth devices (including laptops) to virtually any speaker system

Upgrade affordably and effortlessly: BrightPlay Home adapts to your audio gear from home theater systems to beloved non-Bluetooth stereos

Let the party roam from room to patio deck: Integrated apt-X technology delivers quality sound up to 30 feet away

Lightweight box (just under 4 ounces) includes a portable receiver/adapter with auxiliary output and charging port, a color-coded 3-prong connector cable, and power plug

Not completely satisfied? Brightech backs up BrightPlay Home HD with a 3-year satisfaction guarantee

Ideal for connecting portable audio devices, such as a Smartphone (iPhone), MP3 player (iPod) or tablet (iPad) to a stereo receiver, speaker or other RCA-enabled device.

A beveled step-down design allows plugs to be fully connected, even when bulky cases are on your device.

Built with dual-shielding and corrosion-resistant gold-plated 3.5mm connectors.

Seamlessly transmits stereo audio for high-quality sound, while ensuring reliability and reduced signal loss. The cable's flexible jacket is perfect for tight spaces. You can also charge your devices while in use (separate cable required).

3.5mm audio cable, 3.5mm cable, audio cable 3.5mm Male to Male, 3.5mm Male to Male stereo cable, 3.5mm Male to Male, iPhone cable, iPod Touch cable, MP3 cable, RCA Y, RCA audio splitter.

Bluetooth Car Kit provides a hands-free way to answer and receive phone calls while on the go. Compatible with your iPhone, Android, or Blackberry

The aptX codec lets you stream digital-quality sound from your tablet, iPhone, and other Bluetooth capable devices. The kit requires a 3.5 mm input jack in your car stereo (Powered through the cigarette lighter but must be plugged in to work.)

Auto-Connect feature will automatically return to previously used mobile device, letting you get back to where you were with music as soon as you get in the car

Built-in microphone lets you have crystal clear phone conversations. Adhesive pad-mounted compact device with extension cable lets you recharge your phone via USB port while listening to music

Backed by Brightech's 3-year Warranty

Premium Bluetooth Music Receiver from Audioengine Now, any music system in your home can connect to your devices and stream music with the B1 Premium Bluetooth Music Receiver by Audioengine. Simply plug the B1 into your sound system and it will sync with nearby Bluetooth enabled devices like smartphones and tablets, and you'll get quick and easy pairing that lets you hear your favorite playlists or streaming internet radio.

Versatile Most Bluetooth products do more harm to the audio and are not usually very inspiring with limited range adding to your frustration. The B1 eliminates these issues by utilizing the aptX codec, which is a highquality audio converter designed specifically for audio. The B1 also has special circuitry and a precisiontuned antenna to extend the wireless range, providing much more versatility than other Bluetooth receivers.

Upgrade Existing Equipment Upgrade your Bluetooth and breathe new life into your audio system. You already have Bluetooth on your tablet, computer, or iDevice, so get more out of it and experience stunning audio with the Audioengine B1 Bluetooth Receiver including aptX, 24bit upsampling DAC, and extended range.

See and hear the difference The aluminum case of the B1 reflects traditional Audioengine design and the highquality components and audio fidelity are typical of Audioengine's commitment to great sound at affordable prices. The Audioengine B1 continues to close the gap between your computer music and home hifi and even if you're not an audio enthusiast we guarantee your music will sound better!

Easy setup The B1 is a simple way to get greatsounding wireless music from your device out to any music system. Pairing your device is simple, quick and no additional or complicated software is required. Here's how to connect B1 to your music system and pair with your tablet, computer, or smartphone. Connect the included audio cables from the B1 rear panel to your music system. Plug the included power cable from B1 into an AC outlet. B1 will automatically go into pair mode. On your device, turn on Bluetooth and select "Audioengine B1" to pair and connect. Play your music. Setup is really this easy!

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