Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver

Now you can play music wirelessly through your home stereo or stand-alone speakers. Wirelessly set up the connection from the comfort of your couch, and get great stereo sound and playlist control directly from your devices enabled with Bluetoo...

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R468.31

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Now you can play music wirelessly through your home stereo or stand-alone speakers. Wirelessly set up the connection from the comfort of your couch, and get great stereo sound and playlist control directly from your devices enabled with Bluetooth technology. Technical Details: Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver
  • Play music from your iPhone, iPod touch, or other device enabled with Bluetooth technology wirelessly through your home stereo
  • Control your music directly from your iPhone or iPod touch
  • Connect a device without ever going near the stereo
  • Features Bluetooth v2.0 with EDR for superior wireless performance
  • Transmits up to 10 m away
  • Cables included: 3.5mm-to-RCA and 3.5mm-to-3.5mm
  • Remembers up to six paired devices
  • Elegant, unobtrusive design
  • 3-Year Warranty
  • Compatible with all devices enabled with A2DP stereo Bluetooth, including: iPhone 3GS 16GB 32GB iPhone 3G 8GB 16GB iPod touch 2nd Generation 8GB 16GB 32GB 64GB Laptop enabled with stereo Bluetooth®
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Manufacturer Belkin
Model Number F8Z492UK
Model Number F8Z492UK
Manufacturer Belkin
Manufacturer Belkin
Model Number F8Z492UK
Manufacturer Belkin
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Belkin Bluetooth Receiver: crisp sound, poor wireless
09 Jul 2013

The Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver is a cheap and easy way to add wireless audio streaming to any powered speaker system or audio component with a spare input. Read more here: Gearburn review

By Gearburn

The affordable Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver adds Bluetooth streaming capabilities to anything with an audio (auxiliary) input, or a pair of powered speakers. It comes with both RCA-to-3.5mm and 3.5mm-to-3.5mm cables.

The marketing flaw is that this is specifically targeted at users who have older stereos at home and have not traversed to the digital world of consoles, USB ports and memory sticks.