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5 Stars well deserved,
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This review is from: JUSTOP BTR006 Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Audio Receiver With 3.5MM Jack, Universal Adapter For Speakers, New Module with Bluetooth V3.0 A2DP profile (Electronics)
When the headphone socket on my iPhone failed and I also acquired a Nexus 7 I decided I needed a wireless way of sending music and audio to my car stereo. In the past I have tried FM transmitters but even the best of them proved flaky and unreliable and prone to interference from nearby radio stations when on the move. A Bluetooth solution seemed the best answer and this little unit got good reviews and was priced low enough to make it worthwhile taking a chance with.
I am very pleased that I did. This unit is very easy to setup and use and delivers an excellent sound quality from both my iPhone and Nexus 7. The only serious problems for me is that the printed manual whilst well written and easy to follow is very small and needs to be read with a magnifying glass (for me). Also, it is supplied with a non standard USB charging cable which if lost would render the device useless. Why they could not use a mini or micro USB socket on the device I cannot understand.
Easy to setup and use
Great sound quality
Good battery life
Well written printed instructions in English
Charging cable supplied
Minimal packaging (a Plus some would say)
Printed manual is small and hard to read although with useful content
Build quality could be better
Non standard USB charging cable
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Initial post: 26 Dec 2014 10:25:23 GMT
This review is not helpful as listed as a review of the JUSTOP BTR014 when this is clearly a JUSTOP BTR008 Shame on you Amazon as this is not the only review listed as a positive review for the JUSTOP BTR014 and there fore isa a gross distortion of the review scoring
In reply to an earlier post on 31 Dec 2014 18:41:17 GMT
Actually the review was for the BTR006, which makes it worse. Your point is valid and is a mess of the whole system. Technically, the products should be listed as individual items, not 'options' within one product.
Posted on 8 Apr 2015 15:07:13 BDT
J. Delaney says:
Does anyone know what marcoscu means when he describes the USB charging cable as "non standard"?
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Apr 2015 15:17:41 BDT
It means that the end which plugs into the device itself is not a normal USB plug. If you lose the cable with the specia; plug then you cannot charge the product up.
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Apr 2015 21:38:15 BDT
J. Delaney says:
Do you know what sort of connector it is? Is it part of the power brick or separate?
In reply to an earlier post on 8 Apr 2015 21:44:19 BDT
Sorry, I can't help you as I no longer have the product. I wrote the review two years ago and now can't remember the details of it. There are loads of similar items on Amazon that will use standard USB cables which might be a better buy. Sorry I can't be of more help.
In reply to an earlier post on 26 Jul 2015 16:18:24 BDT
SW Elhassan says:
It is separate to the receiver itself. It appears to be a USB to 2.5mm jack (although I don't understand how a 2.5mm jack is used for power connectivity).
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