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Bluetooth® Music Receiver
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This Bluetooth® Music Receiver connects to the Line-In or Aux input on your home audio system. You can then stream audio from your Bluetooth enabled cell phone or mp3 player to your home audio system. Enjoy the convenience of having your music source in the palm of your hand and listening to it through your home stereo.


  • Connects to Aux input on home audio system
  • Bluetooth support for all Bluetooth equipment with A2DP audio streaming
  • USB A female port for powering the receiver from any USB power source
  • Will work with iOS® 4.2.1 or later
  • Compatible with all Bluetooth devices that support media audio, including iPad® and iPad 2

Support Files:

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  • Power Input: 90-240AC /25mA
  • Standby current<5MA
  • Function: A2DP, AV/RCP
  • Isolation>60db
  • Signal to Noise>95dB
  • Chipset: CSR-BC05
  • Bluetooth V2.1+EDR
  • RF-Class: Class 2 (10m)
  • Frequency: +/3dB 70Hz-20KHz
  • Effective Range - 10-15M

Included in the Box:

  • 1x BlueTooth music receiver
  • 1x USA / EU standard plug
  • 1x RCA to 3.5 mm stereo audio cable
  • 1x User's manual

Note that the included manual erroneously indicates that this receiver comes with two audio cables, one RCA to RCA and the other 3.5 mm to 3.5 mm. In fact, this unit comes with only the single RCA to 3.5 mm audio cable. We apologize for this error and are working on correcting the discrepancy in the documentation as soon as possible.