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VINE VOICEon 15 February 2015
I got this tiny Bluetooth receiver to use at work to stream audio from my phone to a Aiwa unit via it's Aux input function and it works fine.

The JUSTOP unit is simple to pair with any Bluetooth device and can be used for headphone or as a Aux device, it's also great for portable speakers that don't have Bluetooth built in. This device is charged via a USB port or in my case a mains USB charger, I'm using an old Nokia charger that has a USB output, charging time is a claimed 3 hours but took longer. Build quality looks a little flimsy but for the price paid I'm not complaining.

I got around 8 hours use out of the device before having to charge it for the first time, I'm hoping it will last a little longer next time.

There is no volume controls on this device, you use the volume control on your phone/tablet, the power button doubles up as a pause button if needed.

Included with the JUSTOP device are a short 3.5mm socket to 2 phono plugs (used for connecting to an AUX input on an audio unit) a 3.5mm to 3.5mm extension socket (used for connecting headphones).

First impression of this device are very good, the sound is crisp and clear with good range.

Simple easy set-up and does the job intended.
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on 15 December 2014
Simplicity Itself. You need to charge the tiny receiver using the unique lead supplied for a few hours (not long thought before the red light goes out to indicate it is full).
Use the Phono jacks to connect to your music amp input - press the little on/off button when you have your tablet/pc/phone with blue tooth enabled. Get your device to search for blue tooth devices, and click on the BTR006 option - and you are connected.
Play your music and you have a wire less connection with a level of improvement depending on the music player you are using.
Seems to be the occasional break in transmission, more so early on when first connected, which is slightly irritating, but nice to lay back and pick you music from your iPad (latest version of iPod) or whatever without messing with uncomfortable head phones.
There WILL be a marked improvement in sound quality.
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on 13 December 2015
I'm quite impressed with the performance of this adaptor.
After my iPod stopped working I tried connecting my phone to the car stereo but it wouldn't connect as the cable/jack was too large with a cover on the phone. A replacement cable didn't help an I didn't want to go to the cost of a new iPod.
So it works well, get's my music onto the car stereo or onto an external speaker.
But there's a problem...
The power for the adaptor is a non-standard cable with a tiny coaxial coupler going onto a tiny pin. This device would be excellent with a phone or micro USB slot instead of the coax.
I hate to think how long it's going to last befor that charging pin gets pushed out of place, I doubt it will be long. And if the power cable gets damaged, where could you get a replacement?
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on 4 April 2016
Does what it says on the tin ( to misappropriate an advertising slogan from about 20 years ago ). Main use case - connecting a great set of wired noise-cancelling headphones wirelessly, via Bluetooth, to my iPhone - or to my Samsung TV, to which I have connected another Amazon-procured Bluetooth transmitter / sender.

Out of the box, charged up via USB, I started the Bluetooth pairing process ( by holding down the power button until the light flashed blue/red ) and then picked it from my iPhone's Bluetooth device - listed as BTR006.

I'm now listening to a podcast from the iPhone. With the white earbuds plugged into this Bluetooth receiver rather into the iPhone 😎

Nice 😎 and simple 🌞
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on 2 March 2015
Works well once connected, no problem with the sound quality either. The device does need to be prodded each and every time it's required to connect though so it can't be concealed too much out of the way anywhere, this being to save power when the device is running from it's internal battery, which it does for a surprisingly long time (i've clocked up 2 or 3 hours with no ill effects and still not reached the bottom of the battery). This device would be pretty much perfect if it were made to remain active whilst connected to external power (5V using the supplied USB cable) and switch to 'pairing' mode whenever a connection is lost. Even so, given it's diminutive size and prodigious battery life I have to forgive it these minor inconveniences.
P.S. Great fun to take to the pub to enable impromptu music takeovers - just hand to the barstaff for connection to the pub sound system, sit back and enjoy the eclectic diversity of the pub's collective phone contents!
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on 24 October 2015
Very useful device, with handy additional extras.
The applications I use this for allow me to update my stereo's to Bluetooth without spending many £'s on replacing them just for one simple feature.
Crisp clear signal. Although I haven't checked the claimed 10m range it has certainly covered 5-6m without issue.
Setup was very straight forward, and it pairs to the last known device automatically. Switching device is simply a matter of repeating the startup procedure.
I have one very minor gripe (certainly not worth a loss of star) which is that the blue LED flashes very brightly, which at night forces me to get up and turn it off instead of drifting off to sleep with my favourite music.
It has had an unexpected use with my travel speakers too, meaning I can attach it to them and still use my phone wire free.
So, no issues so far. Very pleased.
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on 3 December 2016
I bought this to add to my car stereo so i could do away with the line-in cable to my phone.

Set-up is easy and the sound quality is good, however it doesn't quite do what i wanted.

What is not clear from the description is that it has a multifunction button which also turns it on and off as well as pairing. If there is no activity for 5 minutes it turns off automatically. I had plans to hide it in my dashboard somewhere as my stereo line-in is on the rear, but needing constant access to the bluetooth adaptors button means it can't be hidden.

Fine device in itself but not for adapting.
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on 14 October 2013
its tiny and neat and pairs easily with the Iphone 4, and the Samsung Galaxy note 2 & 3 I have. it does all this easily.

Its not without faults, or my example wasnt others may differ. It pops and cracks very loudly when switching tracks on the phone/tablet but this can be forgiven given the price and saving of buying a newer hifi. Its not usable if playing at house party levels though as the pop could blow a speaker but elsewhere its just midly irritating.

sound quality wise, yes its drops in every department (if your into proper hifi) but the convenience keeps it in use. Its kind of a drop from say; listening to the radio vs a CD.

Our Arcam Solo mini or Anthem MRX AV amp both do do everything we require but lack this nice-to-have feature. Both Cars(Honda & VW) have 3.5mm line inputs and a OEM bluetooth module would be around £150-300 once fitted.
This tiny box is easily transferred from each place with no fuss. So there you go, it gives wireless audio functionality to most 3.5mm or phono-in music players at a good price.

Tip: put the sending device audio high for best dynamic performance at the receiver end, (I think the volume control in the unit is by clipping the frequency which makes the audio very dull and lifeless).
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on 13 November 2015
This item was purchased to allow a Bluetooth connection to my shiny new internet radio!

Before purchasing, one thing I couldn't figure out is why the 'AmazonBasics Bluetooth Audio Receiver' (which are usually, as the name implies, a good but basic version of a product) was and is being sold for more money than this product.

Having received this I can only assume it's because AmazonBasics version doesn't produce sound similar to a 1980's magnetic tape recording, as this product does.

From the number of positive reviews I can only assume that many people have purchased this item for in car use, which, with plenty of background noise, I'm sure is fine. However when used at home with half decent amp and speaker setup the sound quality is dreadful.

Having said that, connection to my phone was very easy and the battery life seems good.

I'll try the AmazonBasics model and hopefully see an improvement in the audio quality.
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on 20 February 2017
This bluetooth receiver is a tiny, easy-to-use and re-chargeable device that allows you to receive Bluetooth signals into an amplifier. It will make any amplifier wireless via Bluetooth and is great if like me you use your smartphone a lot to play music or the radio. I have tested it on a few different amplifiers and it works great. The signal distance is somewhere between 20-30ft which is fine for most homes, and the battery charge life on it is pretty good too. HIghly recommend this little gadget.
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