Belkin Tunestage Bluetooth receiver & Transmitter for iPod - £7.49 @ Big Offers - HotUKDeals
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Reduced from £24.99

TuneStage delivers the pristine high-quality sound that iPod users desire, through a high-end, home stereo environment. Using Bluetooth technology, TuneStage can transmit from up to 33 feet/10 meter away from your stereo, free of the barriers that limit traditional remotes-such as walls, ceilings, or windows. This great new innovation from Belkin lets you roam and play your tunes, from virtually anywhere in your home.
Wirelessly connected through TuneStage, your iPod becomes the ultimate remote, putting absolute control at your fingertips. Since the unit draws power directly from the iPod, it needs no batteries or extra cables.

Requires no batteries and automatically powers on or off with the iPod
Works at distances of up to 33 ft./10 meter
Requires no software installation-ready to use right out of the box
Manually power on or off the TuneStage Receiver
Indicates proper connection and activity


Uses advanced BluetoothT v1.2 wireless technology
Turns your iPod into a premier wireless remote
Streams digital music wirelessly
Connects to your home stereo via 3.5mm audio or RCA stereo outputs

Free postage with discount code below if you spend over £20
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Seems you need to spend >£10 to check out.

I bought one of these a while ago. It does work, but the line out signal seems rather feeble, so you have to crank up the amp or powered speakers to get a decent volume.
Bigoffers has issues, stock online and physical stock often dont agree.
So you'll not always get what you bought :(
The (rubbish) stuff you order to make up the order value usually turns up, but the item you actually wanted doesn't, it seems....
Seems you need to spend >£10 to check out.

I bought one of these a while ago. It does work, but the line out signal seems rather feeble, so you have to crank up the amp or powered speakers to get a decent volume.

bluetooth sucks anyway, so do big cowboy offers
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I would buy this item for this price.

However I will not get bitten twice by Big Offers. Cost me £11.72 for a £4.99 Battery charger and a cheap PC lead.

Never again, no way, never ever ever!!
big offers + belkin = :( greif
Personally, I waited 10 days for my last order, when I chased and harrased BO it finally turned up minus the item i really wanted (Belkin wireless gaming adaptor).

I refuse to use them anymore.
You really have to wonder when a firms only method of contact is via a web only ticket system :(
#8 £5 free to spend here (I assume it's the same shop) when you join their mailing list
Bought this a few years ago from BigPockets and regretted not checking elsewhere that it worked with all IPods (i.e. trusted their description), guess what it doesn't. Wife has Classic Gen 5. Manual says 3G, 4G w/click wheel, photo, iPod mini. Should have sent it back because of inadequate BP description, still no better but hopefully this should help rectify that. I learnt my lesson. BP has it at 16.99 which is the same price I paid 2 years ago, thought they would be selling it off cheaper like this offer as its for the older IPods.
Don’t confuse Big Offers with its sister co Big Pockets. With big pockets they sell off the random low end often unknown what you are going to get crap, but with Big Offers you get sent what you order. Ok so you have to make the order up to £20 for free delivery, but there are some really good items. I was very pleased with what they sent me, exactly what I ordered with 5 days. Two good quality ex Argos Bluetooth head sets, that will sync to two phones at once, a master plug aerial booster (good make can be found in B& Q), a coin counter, loads of top end quality batteries, some excellent quality TDK head phones, and a cat bed for just over £20! Bargain. :thumbsup:
Btw they have a lovely set of Panasonic headphones for £3.
I've ordered a couple of times from big offers. You seem to have to wait a few days before the goods are despatched but I've always got what I ordered and that has included some incredible bargains. The slimline computer case I ordered for £2 included the power supply and was very nice made by AOpen and probably worth at least £30 or £40.

Thought I'd give this a bump as it's still available.

Just bought one from ebay and it's great. Forget the ipod attachment, connect the base to a hifi and connect your desktop/laptop via bluetooth and you can play Spotify/Itunes/WMP etc wirelessly :thumbsup:

A bargain at £6.99.
Now £7.49, will update OP

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