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LOGITECH Bluetooth Audio Adapter at Currys for £15.99
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LOGITECH Bluetooth Audio Adapter at Currys for £15.99

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Posted 20th Dec 2019

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Cheapest I've seen it ever. A good adaptor for any audio especially other Logitech products, with the code DEAL20LOGI it brings it down to 15.99

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Product features
  • Stream music from smartphone or tablet
  • Simple set-up with one-button pairing and auto re-pairing
  • Connect to any speaker with a 3.5 mm or RCA connection
  • Reliable connection from up to 15 metres (50 feet)
  • DISCOUNT CODE - 20% off marked price. Enter code DEAL20LOGI at checkout.Ends today!More info






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LOGITECH Bluetooth Audio Adapt
Wireless streaming


Stream your favourite tracks from your compatible smartphone or tablet device with multipoint Bluetooth. You can pair your devices simultaneously too, so you don't need to keep reconnecting each device.

Enjoy a strong wireless link from up to 20 metres and listen without compromising on audio quality.

Easy set-up


All you need to do is press the pairing button and the adapter will automatically connect with your devices. After it has been connected once it will automatically reconnect the next time.

The Bluetooth adapter connects to your speakers through the RCA or 3.5 mm inputs.

Turn your speakers into a wireless audio experience with the Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter.
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21 Comments
Also link to Amazon for 15.96 link above in description.
May be a good price for Logitech but I bought something that does this and also send Bluetooth from an older device to Bluetooth headphones for £5 from gearbest
shame its needs power and doesn't have internal battery
Can anyone recommeded one for tv to bluetooth headphones?
not knocking the deal but it seems that it does NOT support aptX
siqass20/12/2019 10:08

not knocking the deal but it seems that it does NOT support aptX


I do agree (and always try to get it) but in all honesty I do think AptX is over rated. My phone has AptX as does my Bluetooth receiver but when I compared it my brother's iPhone which doesn't there was literally no difference.
lonechump20/12/2019 10:37

I do agree (and always try to get it) but in all honesty I do think AptX …I do agree (and always try to get it) but in all honesty I do think AptX is over rated. My phone has AptX as does my Bluetooth receiver but when I compared it my brother's iPhone which doesn't there was literally no difference.


You probably had AAC when using iPhone which is very similar in quality to aptx, if you did an A-B test using aptx and SBC you should be able to tell a difference.

This is SBC which is the lowest possible Bluetooth quality.
OGNinjaDon20/12/2019 10:48

You probably had AAC when using iPhone which is very similar in quality to …You probably had AAC when using iPhone which is very similar in quality to aptx, if you did an A-B test using aptx and SBC you should be able to tell a difference.This is SBC which is the lowest possible Bluetooth quality.


It may be that then. Thanks for confirming.
Aptx hd receivers are far more expensive at present.
lonechump20/12/2019 10:37

I do agree (and always try to get it) but in all honesty I do think AptX …I do agree (and always try to get it) but in all honesty I do think AptX is over rated. My phone has AptX as does my Bluetooth receiver but when I compared it my brother's iPhone which doesn't there was literally no difference.



The big question tho', what quality of audio were you streaming?
£14.99 @ Amazon + free delivery.
Kulaak20/12/2019 12:23

£14.99 @ Amazon + free delivery.


Saw that previously but it's from a third party seller with no Amazon guarantees
Edited by: "Ajmetro" 20th Dec 2019
I recently bought a one for all Bluetooth adapter from curry's for £35 price matched from amazon. It also has a decent DAC inside which makes the music clearer when played from a high quality source to my hi-fi

amazon.co.uk/One-All-SV1820-Bluetooth-Receiver/dp/B01BM4FGPG
Edited by: "FoxWolf" 20th Dec 2019
Do any exist that support Sony LDAC?
DealJourno20/12/2019 14:44

Do any exist that support Sony LDAC?


Ldac would be the gold standard at present
This is a reasonably old product, hence why it doesn't support the latest BT standards. Here is a review video from Mat at Techmoan from 4 years ago ...
rav4cas20/12/2019 10:03

Can anyone recommeded one for tv to bluetooth headphones?


I would appreciate advice on this also.
Ajmetro20/12/2019 14:52

Ldac would be the gold standard at present


This is what I am look for if I can find it.
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