AUKEY Bluetooth Receiver Wireless Audio Music Adapter A2DP with Hands Free Calling and 3.5mm stereo jack for Home and Car Audio System £7.99 Prime Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon
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AUKEY Bluetooth Receiver Wireless Audio Music Adapter A2DP with Hands Free Calling and 3.5mm stereo jack for Home and Car Audio System £7.99 Prime Sold by yueying and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Edited by:"thomaslediouron"Found 21st Nov
Just ordered this AUKEY bluetooth receiver to listen music from my smartphone to my HiFi system over bluetooth. According to Amazon, it is 53% discount (TBC).

Here is the amazon description:
  • Bluetooth receiver allows you to wirelessly stream audio from your Bluetooth enabled devices to your existing wired home stereo systems, speakers, or headphones
  • One button easy pairing with iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones, tablets, and computers in seconds and controlling the calls
  • Double links : Connect two bluetooth devices simultaneously; free to enjoy music or answer phone call from either of the two paired devices
  • Supports hands-free calling with built-in microphone; 8 hours of talk and play time, or up to 720 hours standby time
  • Package Contents: AUKEY BR-C1 Bluetooth Receiver, 3.5mm Audio Cable, 3.5mm to RCA Audio Cable, Micro-USB Cable, User Manual, 24-Month Product Replacement Warranty and Friendly Customer Service

19 Comments

Original Poster

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Sorry, this is my first deal. The deal is £7.99 and not £11.98. I don't now why it has been updated by the moderator.

Can this be used for BMW car which had no Bluetooth ??
Edited by: "fame" 21st Nov

fame18 m ago

Can this be used for BMW car which had no Bluetooth ??


Yes, provided there is an aux input into your car stereo. It'll look like headphone socket (i.e. 3.5mm jack).

It seems this one is an old model as there is a newer model. What's the difference? This model does not support APT X protocol which means to minimal lag (low latency), otherwise terrible lip syncing problem with video..For just audio use it is fine.
Edited by: "spockie" 21st Nov

spockie20 m ago

Yes, provided there is an aux input into your car stereo. It'll look like …Yes, provided there is an aux input into your car stereo. It'll look like headphone socket (i.e. 3.5mm jack).

Thanks mate

can you disable the call feature ? my car already can make calls over bluetooth but not music so i would use this for music and the car for phone calls

spockie1 h, 46 m ago

It seems this one is an old model as there is a newer model. What's the …It seems this one is an old model as there is a newer model. What's the difference? This model does not support APT X protocol which means to minimal lag (low latency), otherwise terrible lip syncing problem with video..For just audio use it is fine.


Surely the latency is the same for the whole stream so I don't think it affects lip-syncing.
Lower latency is more useful for playing games or music production not for video streaming as far as I know.

So you can use this to connect an old fashioned CD hifi system to a bluetooth speaker(s)? So you can have the same music in a few rooms?

Edit: Okay, I think this device is the opposite to what I wanted. You can stream stuff to an old hifi, but not from a hifi
Edited by: "dewonderful" 21st Nov

I would advice going for wifi ones. Bluetooth range is 10 metres with no obstruction and that's with good quality receiver! So if you plan to have it connected to home hifi and carry phone around house more likely it will drop connection every so often! Its only good if you are 1 or 2 metres from device... Bluetooth nowadays is past technology with too many limitations and vulnerabilities ...

I bought this exact item from Amazon for £13.99 in May 2015 (I clicked on the link and amazon told me the date) and so far it has performed perfectly in streaming my phones music to my hifi speakers.
The range it can receive is very good and so is the battery life if it were to break today I would not hesitate to purchase another.
Heat added.

jimbob20101 h, 54 m ago

can you disable the call feature ? my car already can make calls over …can you disable the call feature ? my car already can make calls over bluetooth but not music so i would use this for music and the car for phone calls


Usually you control the functionality directly from the device streaming the music/calls.
This is an example from my android phone having audio streaming active for calls and for media. Each can be turned on/ off individually.

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sweeeeeeet, been meaning to get one for a while! Cheers OP

wakaru2 h, 0 m ago

Usually you control the functionality directly from the device streaming …Usually you control the functionality directly from the device streaming the music/calls. This is an example from my android phone having audio streaming active for calls and for media. Each can be turned on/ off individually. [Image]



wakaru2 h, 0 m ago

Usually you control the functionality directly from the device streaming …Usually you control the functionality directly from the device streaming the music/calls. This is an example from my android phone having audio streaming active for calls and for media. Each can be turned on/ off individually. [Image]


Thanks anyone know if this can be done on iPhone?

paulandpam12 h, 20 m ago

I bought this exact item from Amazon for £13.99 in May 2015 (I clicked on …I bought this exact item from Amazon for £13.99 in May 2015 (I clicked on the link and amazon told me the date) and so far it has performed perfectly in streaming my phones music to my hifi speakers.The range it can receive is very good and so is the battery life if it were to break today I would not hesitate to purchase another.Heat added.


Is this an older model now then? Seems a bit outdated but still does what is needed. Might snag one for myself. Very decent price for what you get on this adapter.

£12.98 now

jimbob20105 h, 23 m ago

Thanks anyone know if this can be done on iPhone?


Hi Jim, I'd suggest you look at one of these; smaller, cheaper, plugs into your car charger, connects using Bluetooth to your phone and then transmits a surprisingly good quality fm signal to your car radio. I bought one and it works well with iPhone.

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Original Poster

villageidiotdan2 h, 22 m ago

Hi Jim, I'd suggest you look at one of these; smaller, cheaper, plugs into …Hi Jim, I'd suggest you look at one of these; smaller, cheaper, plugs into your car charger, connects using Bluetooth to your phone and then transmits a surprisingly good quality fm signal to your car radio. I bought one and it works well with iPhone.https://m.gearbest.com/car-charger/pp_642449.html?utm_source=email_sys&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=shipping




I've bought one small xiaomi for less than £10. The sound is rubbish! That's why I've proposed that one as I can't use the xiaomi one.
May be this is a lack of chance for mine. But I will not try to send it back to gearbest add it seemed complicated for less than £10.

thomaslediouron4 h, 17 m ago

I've bought one small xiaomi for less than £10. The sound is rubbish! …I've bought one small xiaomi for less than £10. The sound is rubbish! That's why I've proposed that one as I can't use the xiaomi one. May be this is a lack of chance for mine. But I will not try to send it back to gearbest add it seemed complicated for less than £10.


Ah, sorry to hear that. I'm no audiophile but my set up seems very clear. What I like is its a pass through charger that I would have anyway so isn't cluttering up the car.

I had no idea such a thing existed (I don't have a 3.5m port in my car) until someone on here mentioned it and so am just passing on the love....Sorry, not trying to crash your post as certainly if you have the 3.5mm jack in your car a physical connection is going to always be better
Edited by: "villageidiotdan" 22nd Nov

Original Poster

villageidiotdan1 h, 37 m ago

Ah, sorry to hear that. I'm no audiophile but my set up seems very clear. …Ah, sorry to hear that. I'm no audiophile but my set up seems very clear. What I like is its a pass through charger that I would have anyway so isn't cluttering up the car.I had no idea such a thing existed (I don't have a 3.5m port in my car) until someone on here mentioned it and so am just passing on the love....Sorry, not trying to crash your post as certainly if you have the 3.5mm jack in your car a physical connection is going to always be better


I'm not audiophile neither. Anybody could hear the issue with my current Bluetooth receiver. But again may be it is an unusual failure with that specific receiver.
Actually, I have already a Bluetooth connection in my car (and 3.5mm by the way) but I bought this receiver for my home A/V receiver which is 16 years old and hence don't have any wireless function (except IR remote control).

I don't mind for the post! I don't receive any benefit from the dealer and the deal is over.
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