Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver plays music wirelessly from your iPhone through your home stereo

With the new Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver, you can wirelessly enjoy the music from your iPhone or iPod touch through your home stereo system. It frees you up from being tied down to docks and wires, and puts total control of your device in your hand so you can change tracks without ever getting up from your couch.

Connect the receiver to your home stereo system with the included cables, and then easily pair your device to the Receiver wirelessly to listen to, share, and control your music from up to 33 feet away. The Bluetooth Music Receiver uses Bluetooth v2.0 to give you reliable, high-quality sound.

The Bluetooth Music Receiver can remember up to six paired devices.

Belkin’s Bluetooth Music Receiver is now available in the US and will be available in March 2010 in Canada, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

Belkin’s Bluetooth Music Receiver retails for US$49.99

• Features Bluetooth v2.0 with EDR for superior performance
• Transmits up to 33 ft. away
• Includes 3.5mm-to-RCA and 3.5mm-to-3.5mm cables
• Compatible with all devices enabled with A2DP stereo Bluetooth, including:
– iPhone 3GS, 3G, and first generation
– iPod touch 2nd generation

More info here.

Source: Belkin International, Inc.


  1. I’ll stick with the Airport Express. Costs more, but it’s also a router and extends my network to other rooms. With Apple Remote on the iPhone, I get multi-room music all at once streaming to Airports.

    Better overall solution than the one-trick pony Belkin.

  2. UltraVisitor:

    You are absolutely right. In addition to any audio degradation resulting from compression (ie. mp3) , bluetooth transfer will kill any chance of decent let alone high quality audio.

    Obviously this is not a problem for someone with no real life reference to high quality audio, that stores music in some compressed format.

  3. Bluetooth sound like the BEST idea ever!! NOT. Wow. The real question is: why in the world can’t we stream from our iPhones directly to the AirTunes & AppleTV we have hooked up, like our computers can. It’s not an issue of can or can’t, just that the option isn’t available. Yeah, we can remote our iMac that’s hooked up to the AirTunes, and that’s REALLY great. But what if there’s something on my phone that’s not on the iMac, you know?! Come on, Apple, throw us a bone.

  4. @UltraVisitor
    transfer rate of an audio cd is 150 KB/s around 1200 kb/s. That’s uncompressed audio. Compressed audio like AAC is 256 kb/s so to me it seems 2.0-2.1 Mb/s is enough, even for uncompressed audio

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