HomeSpot NFC-Enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System

Play music wirelessly from your mobile device on your A/V receiver, home stereo system or speaker with this Bluetooth audio receiver. Simply plug it into your stereo, then connect to your device with just one press of a button or via NFC.

Product Features

  • Bluetooth 4.0 (2.1+EDR backward compatible); Support A2DP profile; Store 8 paired devices
  • Superior wireless performance; Transmit up to 66 feet away with line of sight
  • Tap-and-pair and tap-and-connect the receiver with NFC-equipped Android, Windows 8 and Nokia phones
  • Plug the receiver into any A/V receiver, stereo system, or speaker through standard RCA or 3.5 mm jack; UL-plug AC adapter included
  • Play music wirelessly from your Bluetooth-capable smartphone, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, Android.

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3 Responses to HomeSpot NFC-Enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System

  1. Craig Zappin says:

    Decent range and good audio quality Update March 15:I recently purchased another set of speakers and instead of the Homespot/Amphony combo which I am reviewing below I decided to go with the Amphony 300 which integrates the Bluetooth receiver and power amplifier into a single tiny unit. Gets rid of a lot of cable clutter. Both the Homespot setup and Amphony work great.My original review:I have been debating whether to buy a pair of cordless speakers for my patio. There is a flood of models on the market…

  2. t3ch guy says:

    Not what it is hyped up to be. 0

  3. AJ says:

    Just ordered another one This has been a perfect little device. Amazingly well done.The range is outstanding – well beyond similar devices and well beyond the claimed range. I wanted to hook it into a whole-house audio system that has wall plates in a bunch of rooms that allow you to select from multiple sources, so range was very important. I get around 100 feet before the connection between the phone (iPhone 4S) and the HomeSpot starts to drop out and that is through several walls (drywall). I did…