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Multizone Source Keypad with Bluetooth Receiver
An inexpensive addition to any multiroom audio system, the Bluetooth® Receiver and CAT6 to RCA Audio Converter allow users to stream audio from their Bluetooth-equipped device to a home or business audio system via CAT6 audio. Audio over CAT6 eliminates interference and noise that can compromise analog audio signals over long cable runs.
The Cat6 audio signal is fully compatible with the Cat6 inputs on the 14524 6x4 Multizone Home Audio Controller and Amplifier Kit and requires no conversion for use. When using the 10761 6-zone Home Audio Multizone Controller and Amplifier Kit or other audio system, use the 13356 Multizone RJ45 to RCA Converter for stereo audio to an input on your system. Installation is simplified with standard decora style single-gang box size.
The Multizone Source Keypad with Bluetooth Receiver (13358) and Multizone RJ45 to RCA Converter (13356) components present an ideal opportunity for installers to add convenience to any multiroom system. The NO LOGO design increases confidence that end users will not simply look up a make and model to find it cheaper somewhere else.
- Safely run audio long distances throughout homes or offices
- Interface with any brand audio system
- Easy to install with standard building materials
- Money making add-on opportunity for installers
- Bluetooth 3.0+EDR compliant
- Built-in high-performance stereo audio codec
- Whole Home Sales Sheet (Apr 24, 2017)
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Questions and Answers
They are each given a unique name (pretty sure) but they are hard coded. So the first one might be blue00324 and the next blue12343
The only problem is you can't rename it. Every unit has the exact same name, which becomes a problem if you install multiples in the same general area (made worse by the excellent range...). Good luck getting your devices to pair to the intended receiver, when they all broadcast the same name. It would even be better if they had a totally random name, since you could ensure you were pairing to the right device.
7 months ago
9 months ago
I haven't tested range but they have stable connections as long as my phones are in the same rooms. The built in looks are very attractive.
1 year ago