Belkin unleashes a sweet HD Bluetooth Music Receiver
For the techies out there, the HD Bluetooth Music Receiver features an NFC chip, making it quite easy to pair it with your mobile device, as long as it has NFC as well, that is. If it does, you just need to tap both devices together and everything should be set. The Receiver can remember settings for up to 8 different users, and can be connected to a stereo via a digital optical, digital coaxial, as well as a standard 3.5mm to RCA.
The device is available online here and at some Verizon Wireless stores for $59.99.
1. Crossblade (Posts: 190; Member since: 21 Apr 2005)
Not bad solution. Offering digital audio out, it can really do good job in a Hi-Fi system. It is not cheap though, for example you can get Apple TV for $99 and use the AirPlay which I guess gives better digital wireless quality than Bluetooth (and has many more options). Still, Bluetooth is a "standard" option on any phone/app so, it has its advantage :)