Harman/Kardon BTA 10 Bluetooth adapter brings affordable wireless to your Hi-Fi
Are you still hooking your smartphone or iPod to your main Hi-Fi using 3.5mm lead in to your device’s headphone jack? How about if I told you that there’s a slicker, affordable way of doing this wirelessly and it’s by Harman/Kardon?
Harman/Kardon isn’t the first name that springs to mind when looking for ‘affordable’ Hi-Fi gear but their BTA 10 Bluetooth adapter should find itself on your ‘must have’ list.
The BTA 10 uses Harman TrueStream technology promising the highest-quality Bluetooth listening experience available. With this adapter plugged into your stereo system or home theater system, you can stream music and other audio content from your smart phone directly to your audio system.
The adapter itself is a small black square (2-inches x 2-inches) that could be hidden out-of-sight or amongst all your other seperates.
The adapter costs £50 and weighs only 1.1 ounces and supports Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR with A2DP streaming audio content no matter if your operating system is iOS, Android, or Windows.
The adapter is bundled with cables for standard RCA left/right jacks on normal audio products and 3.5 mm input connection for portable and desktop products.
With a 33-foot wireless range and being able to pair with up to eight Bluetooth devices it reads like a bargain to me.