Bluetooth A2DP Receiver For iPod-Docking Speakers - £13.98 Delivered From iWorld - HotUKDeals
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Connects to any speakers with an iPod 30-pin dock connector, playing music & other sounds from A2DP-compatible bluetooth mobiles/PDAs/computers etc.

Can also be connected to speakers via 3.5mm headphone port, when powered by a separate mini-USB cable.

RRP is apparently £29.99, and similar items seem to be going for at least £25-30.

Available in black or white
Bluetooth v1.2
10m radius
Dimensions - 55 x 30 x 10mm

EDIT: Price of black model has now increased to £12.99, but white is still £9.99.
Also added voucher to deal for free speakers with every order. Half a year old, but says "Promotional Code Accepted" when entered, so worth a try.
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#1
Good one:thumbsup: Just what I needed, although I didn’t know I needed it, till you posted it::)

Heat added Thank you:-D
#2
Gadgets you don't know you need until you find them are always the best ones!

Admittedly quite a niche deal, but I've been looking for quite a while and this seems the best deal anywhere.
#3
So could this be plugged into an Amp and have the music streamed to the amp?

Thanks
#4
J273
So could this be plugged into an Amp and have the music streamed to the amp?


Should be able to work either of two ways:

- Buy a powered iPod dock with audio out, and just shove it in.
- Plug it into the 3.5mm socket, and power it with a mini usb cable.

I'm not sure if there are any direct power cables available (maybe ones designed for mobile phones?) but a USB socket adapter would work fine.

I haven't actually tried using it the second way, but through an iPod dock to my hifi works great streaming from my laptop.
#5
Update, came this morning WOW using it with i-Dock speakers:-D found on this site last year, and ultra small Bluetooth dongle:-D found again on this site. Fantastic:thumbsup::-D

p.s. Rep added:thumbsup:
#6
Cheers Geemac. :thumbsup:

I was quite suprised as well as to the quality and sound of this thing given it only cost a tenner!

...I was slightly worried that I had ordered the wrong thing when I got it out of the packaging, though - it really is a lot smaller than the pictures make out.
#7
great, been looking for one of these for ages.

QUESTION

does anyone know how i can stream it from my laptop, do i need software to get it from my itunes library to transmit it by my bluetooth.


cheers
#8
I stream from my Leopard Macbook absolutely fine (Tiger and earlier don't support A2DP, though).

As far as Windows is concerned, I'm pretty sure it's just dependant on whether your bluetooth module supports A2DP or not. Wikipedia says XP should work as long as you install the right drivers, and Vista gained native support through an early update.

I don't know the details of getting it set up, but I'm sure a few clicks or a quick google could get it sorted easily enough. Good luck!
#9
is now less than £8
#10
This link is no more :-( Anyone know where you can get one of these from or a similar model for a similar price, the nearest thing I can find is £40.

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