GEAR4 BLUETOOTH SENDER FOR iPOD - £15.00 TESCO IN STORE ONLY - HotUKDeals
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GEAR4 BLUETOOTH SENDER FOR iPOD - £15.00 TESCO IN STORE ONLY

£15.00 @ Tesco Direct
The Gear4 Blustream TX is a bluetooth sending dongle that plugs straight into the bottom of the iPod. It will then link straight away with any bluetooth device. I have it connected to my car Blueto… Read More
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8y, 2m agoFound 8 years, 2 months ago
The Gear4 Blustream TX is a bluetooth sending dongle that plugs straight into the bottom of the iPod. It will then link straight away with any bluetooth device.

I have it connected to my car Bluetooth Stereo. I was actually looking for a Bluetooth MP3 player and found this. It sounds amazing.

rrp is £49.99 they have it on sale at £29.99 but it actually scans at £15.00.

Amazon are selling them at £35.00

Gatwick store had 3 left.
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#1
This will work with ANY iPod. I have my old 3rd gen 30gig brick. Load it with tunes, blow off the dust and et viola...it has a use again.

Plus you can swap it between diff iPods if you want.
#2
DO you know if it is Bluetooth stereo audio (A2DP) ?
#3
Yes it is, it sounds perfect. Actually better than the CD's as you have the EQ control from the iPod itself, and BMW car stereos are s**t lol.


A little cutting from another site...

Specifications
Plug n' Play, no buttons, automatically activates pairing mode and searches for available devices
No need for batteries
Compatible with any A2DP Bluetooth receiving device
Blue LED to show pairing status
Memory for up to 7 devices for quick pairing

Description
Bluetooth sender dongle for iPod. Converts iPod into a Bluetooth device.
BluStream TX plugs into your iPod to allow you to stream music wirelessly to any A2DP Bluetooth receiving device.
Whether you want to use Bluetooth headphones on the go, or a Bluetooth speaker at home, simply plug the device into the dock connector of your iPod to transmit your tunes wirelessly.

Hope this helps
#4
local Tesco had shelf ticket marked down to £15, BUT scanned at £5!!!! bargin.
#5
bought this today for £4.75 bargain from £40

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