TaoTronics Bluetooth Receiver / Car Kit, Portable Wireless Audio Adapter 3.5mm Aux Stereo Output (Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, Built-in Microphone) for Home Audio Music Streaming Sound System

TaoTronics Bluetooth Receiver / Car Kit, Portable Wireless Audio Adapter 3.5mm Aux Stereo Output (Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, Built-in Microphone) for Home Audio Music Streaming Sound System

Product Features

  • Wide compatibility: Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver compatible with most smartphones, ideal for home or vehicle audio systems. But please do not attempt to connect the gadget to such as Bluetooth headphones or Bluetooth speakers, this is totally meaningless since the gadget functions as a Bluetooth receiver for those devices without Bluetooth feature itself but desire to receive Bluetooth signal.
  • Double link: Connect two Bluetooth devices at once; freedom to enjoy music or answer phone calls
  • Control it: Change the volume by holding the volume button of the receiver, play/pause music, or skip tracks with ease; Apple devices can even activate Siri with the click of a button
  • Use it for longer: 8 hours of talk and play time, or up to 200 hours on standby
  • Talk with clarity: Hands-free calling with the built-in microphone makes catching up with friends a breeze

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2 Responses to TaoTronics Bluetooth Receiver / Car Kit, Portable Wireless Audio Adapter 3.5mm Aux Stereo Output (Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, Built-in Microphone) for Home Audio Music Streaming Sound System

  1. Ace says:

    Car, headphones, stereo input, etc. A car kit is just the tip of the iceberg. This setup works well in headphones, earbuds, home stereo. I tested it on every wired speaker I could find…instant Bluetooth connectivity. The built in mic made Bluetooth calls a reality in my dinosaur of a truck. I do use a ground loop isolator in-line to eliminate feedback when the receiver needs to charge but it’s a cheap fix to avoid engine whine through the speakers. I can highly recommend this receiver…

  2. TRC says:

    Just what I needed with an iPhone 7 I was recently given a surprise upgrade to an iPhone 7+. I have some lovely noise-canceling Bose earbuds. The old school headphone jack was discontinued on the iPhone 7 varieties. It did come with an adapter, but it plugs into the charging port. So you could either be listening or charging, not both.There are quite a variety of splitter adapters that let you plug in both headphones & power, but most reviews were terrible and it seems like you loose the ability to control the volume or…