Sony Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter for iPod (Black)

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Sony Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter for iPod (Black)

  • Power supply from iPod no batteries necessary
  • No cable design using iPod connector
  • Compact Design


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Enjoy wireless music with iPod and BT receiver (Headset, speakers, Micro Component, Car Stereo, etc). Operate basic functions of iPod remotely from the BT headset which has AVRCP capability.

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3 Responses to “Sony Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter for iPod (Black)

  • Review by tearsinraine

    Overall, I find the sound quality on the receiving side to be excellent. I base my opinion on headphone comparisons between:
    a) plugging directly into the iPod and
    b) plugging into my Bluetooth receiver unit
    As far as I can tell, the sound is pretty much identical, although a bit lower in volume, but that may due to my Bluetooth receiver.

    For reference, I’m using the transmitter in conjunction with the Sony HWS-BTA2W Bluetooth wireless audio transmitter/receiver as my Bluetooth receiver. Both these two devices support Bluetooth 2.0 and A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile). For audio comparisons, I used a pair of Sony MDR-V700DJ Monitor Series Headphones.

    One important thing to note is that you cannot control the volume of the transmitted sound. I’m not exactly sure why that is, but it appears to be by design. All your iPod controls behave as they normally do and you can even move the volume slider up or down, however it has no effect on the transmitted sound. Some functions, however, do still affect the sound, such as “Sound Check”, “Volume Limit”, and all the “EQ” settings.

  • Review by Donald

    If you’ve tried another Bluetooth transmitter for your iPod, you may be stunned at just how small this one is (see my product picture relative to coins).

    As others have said, it pairs very easily and since it draws power from the iPod, it doesn’t require charging.

    Some additional notes:

    The size of the button is very convenient for any size fingers (many units feature extremely small buttons).

    The unit fits securely in the iPod and does not break connection if you shake the iPod, and I mean SHAKE it. Great even for robust exercise.

    The power it draws from the iPod is minimal, having only a negligible effect on the battery charge. In this configuration, it outlasts the charge of my Motorokr S9 Headphones

    The sound quality is excellent. My previous Bluetooth transmitter was never so clear.

    The range is the best I’ve come across for a Bluetooth device. As an experiment, I connected the device to my iPod in my bedroom and then went downstairs to do some laundry. The sound was clear and uninterrupted until I got to the laundry room door, about 30-35 feet from my iPod.

    You really can’t go wrong with this unit. It’s more expensive than some of the others, but you’ll love the convenience and level of performance.

  • Review by L. Graham

    This Bluetooth adapter does work with the iPhone in spite of the message you get when you plug it in. The message states that it doesn’t and asks you if you want to switch to airplane mode. Just answer no and continue. The key to getting it to work is to start whichever application you are using to play before you plug in the adapter. My only problem is that occasionally if I’m moving with the iPhone on my belt, the sound will “cut out” for a second.

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