Compact Bluetooth receiver streams audio from smartphones, allowing for wire-free dance parties or conference calls through a car's speakers
A.M.P. Bluetooth Receiver
Slipping easily into a pocket or purse, this compact Bluetooth-enabled pod streams audio from smartphones to headphones or speakers. A 3.5mm input connects to headphones or a car's auxiliary input to make music streaming a plug-and-play affair. External playback controls, meanwhile, allow users to pause tracks and take or hang up phone calls quickly.
Connects to smartphones via Bluetooth
Streams music and phone calls
Integrated playback controls
3.5mm output connects to headphones or car auxiliary ports
Have used mainly for road trips. It works fine but there is a delay when using Siri. Also when the unit needs charging, a voice constantly reminds you every minute or so interrupting the music. Other than that it works fine.
great for a whole lot of "wish I had bluetooth" moments. it has a few issues with the interface, like powering off and sliping off early will redial the last person you called on a phone, that is awkward I tell ya...
but other than that I use it for cutting the grass headphones, in a 99 f150, walking, working out sometimes, it is very handy device.
I cannot get this thing to work with my 2011 Audi Q5. I know my vehicle does not have Audi MMI which is needed to connect to Bluetooth or something like that - I though I would chance this but no such luck. So yet another device I wasted $$ on that will not work for me - I just don't get why Audi was so far behind the Bluetooth technology wave? Jeesh.
I really loved it for the first month, but I now realize when the battery is low it states "Battery Low" every 30 seconds, interrupting my music. I know the battery is low, now stop interrupting my song.
I bought this around black friday of 2014 and as of now, March 2015 the receiver doesn't work well at all. The transmitter worked up to 30' when I first bought it and now it only works within about 5'.
First of all, it took over a month to receive it. Secondly, the charge on it lasts about 3 hours (if that!) of actual music time. The sound quality is really poor and I had to turn up the volume all the way in my car to hear it. Forget making a phone call! The person I called couldn't hear a thing I said.
Invest a little extra money to get something that works.