Logitech's Bluetooth Audio Adaptor Turns Any Pair Of Speakers Into Wireless Ones

Logitech's Bluetooth Audio Adaptor Turns Any Pair of Speakers into Wireless Ones

If you have a great pair of bookshelf speakers or even computer speakers, but wish you could stream music from a phone, a laptop, or another device without rearranging wires, Logitech's Bluetooth Audio Adaptor is for you. It's tiny, affordable, and makes any set of speakers you plug it into Bluetooth and wireless.

Logitech's Bluetooth Audio Adaptor can turn just about any set of speakers into Bluetooth ones. That's a huge deal if you have an audio setup that you love, or invested good money into, but have laptops, tablets, smartphones and other audio sources in your home that aren't connected to them. Just connect the audio adaptor to your receiver or your speakers via 3.5mm or RCA, power it up, and you have a new Bluetooth audio device in your home.

Put the adaptor into pairing mode, and pair it with any other Bluetooth devices — your laptop that's not connected to your stereo, your iPad or Android tablet, your friend's phone (who's over to visit and wants to play you his new favourite track), your spouse's computer, whatever you want. Think of it as a more universal approach to technologies like AirPlay, Google Cast, or even a non-geeky approach to DLNA. Pretty much everyone understands Bluetooth, and you don't need to download a special app or use a special tool to make this puppy work.

Of course, if you're already a DLNA master and don't need another gadget, or you'd prefer a Chromecast audio for your in-home streaming needs, you may not need something like this — but even for the money, the convenience, simplicity and broad cross-platform, cross-device support just can't be beat.


Comments

    Got one of these, love it! Plugged straight into my amp and using an original iPad loaded with tunes (not much good for anything else) I'm set!!!

    oh mad, i could have some fun with this.
    Found them for only $25 on static ice, perfect pre-mid week buy

    I just bought one from DX.com: http://www.dx.com/p/wireless-bluetooth-audio-music-receiver-adapter-black-151659

    I use this in my car as it doesn't have integrated Bluetooth but does have the aux input next to an accessories power connection. As the unit runs from a micro-usb it is powered via a cheap adaptor.

    @andreas_koepke I'm looking to do the same and run the adapter in my car. What cable/adapter did you buy to power it in your car? I can't find one anywhere.

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