Review: Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter
Looking to share music with some friends and family from your computer to their device? Now you can with the Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter. This tiny little device allows you to share your music across the room to anyone who connects to it.
This tiny device from Logitech measuring 50mm x 50mm x 23mm allows you to share music from your main music collection to your Bluetooth-enabled devices. An RCA to 3.5mm jack cable is available with the device for you to connect it to your stereo system. Connectivity range is up to 15 meters line of sight. So, you will know when you’re too far from the device even though its not in the line of sight. The adapter uses Bluetooth 3.0 technology.
Setting up the device is pretty much easy. First of all plug the adapter into an AC power. Then you will need to plug in the RCA to your audio system and the 3.5mm jack to the Bluetooth Audio Adapter or vice versa. Press on the middle of the adapter so that the device is enabled for Bluetooth connection. Multiple devices can be connected to the adapter at the same time.
We paired the adapter to two devices at the same time (a smartphone and a tablet), while music from the smartphone is playing, music from the tablet is not allowed to share or “overwrite” the music that is playing from the smartphone. Music from the smartphone has to stop playing before music from the tablet is allowed to be played.
Since you’re sharing music wirelessly via Bluetooth, you might occasionally end up with “hiccups” or “choppy” music streaming. Bluetooth technology tends to compress audio files, so you might not get the “wow” factor when listening to the music being shared. Nonetheless, this tiny, handy adapter is doing what its suppose to do and is doing a pretty good job at it. Plus, it comes with a price that will not burn a hole in your pocket. So, if you’re looking for a decent Bluetooth adapter, you don’t need to look far.
The Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter comes with a one-year limited warranty.