Belkin unveils new HD Bluetooth Music Receiver

Shane McGlaun - Jan 4, 2013, 5:01am CST
Belkin unveils new HD Bluetooth Music Receiver

Belkin announced the launch of the new HD Bluetooth Music Receiver this week. The device is designed to allow the streaming of music and other content from smartphones and tablets directly to a home stereo system or speakers using wireless technology. The Music Receiver also has integrated tech making it even easier to stream music from devices that have NFC chips inside.

For devices that have embedded NFC technology inside, the Belkin device also has an NFC chip allowing for instant connection by tapping the smartphone or tablet to the Belkin receiver. The wireless music receiver is designed to support multiple devices at the same time.

It has the ability to pair and store settings for up to eight different devices at once. The HD Bluetooth Music Receiver has a digital coaxial, digital optical, and traditional 3.5 mm to RCA connectivity. The wireless range for Bluetooth or NFC connectivity to your tablet or smartphone is 30 feet.

The wireless music receiver works in conjunction with the free Belkin BT app enabling the tap to play feature for Android phones running OS version 4.0 or higher. The wireless music receiver is available online and in some Verizon Wireless stores for $59.99.

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