Neet Cables Neet® – Bluetooth Stereo Music Receiver HiFi Audio – Wolfson DAC – Wireless HiFi Audio streaming – Digital Toslink Optical/Analogue out – With NFC – aptX® – CSR® : Possibly my best buy of the year

Very easy to set up and sound quality is good (using auxiliary cable). Was a bit worried that it wouldnt work through walls but it does, even worked from upstairs. The nfc function is great, once you’ve set up your phone you can just place it nearby and it’ll connect automatically. Very easy to use, throughly recommended.

Got this as a christmas present for a non tech savvy family member and it has been great. Good sound quality from aptx enabled devices and really easy to pair to and use.

This does exactly what was promised – i can now play all my music from my samsung j5 smart phone through my analogue h-ifi system. The quality is, of course, not the same as the original cds played on my cd player but i am listening to more music because of the convenience. My only regret is that my phone does not have aptx bluetooth, because i believe that would give better quality.

Had it connected to my sound system. Didn’t like the fact that i had to reconnect to my iphone each time i wanted to play music. Although it has a dac i preferred the sound of the smsl. The sound is warmer which i prefer: smsl b1 hifi stereo audio bluetooth csr 4. 2 receiver dac with nfc black https://www. Uk/dp/b06vvl4whl/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apip_hvjpemyqjj8fm.

  • Witchcraft
  • Bluetooth music at a very reasonable price.
  • Exellent buy

Neet® – Bluetooth Stereo Music Receiver HiFi Audio – Wolfson DAC – Wireless HiFi Audio streaming – Digital Toslink Optical/Analogue out – With NFC – aptX® – CSR®

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  • Stream high quality HiFi audio from a Bluetooth device such as iPhone /Android / ipad / ipod Touch / Tablet /Smartphone etc. to an Amplifier or A/V Receiver / Speakers / Soundbar audio system.
  • Simply connect the Neet Bluetooth receiver to your amp via either analogue stereo cables (good) or Digital Toslink (best quality) and pair your device to the receiver … Pairing is simple and the receiver can be paired with up to 8 devices. 10m / 33ft line of sight range. NFC supported.
  • Features NFC ( Near Field Communication ) If your Bluetooth Audio device has NFC function then you can skip the process of Bluetooth pairing… Also Features [email protected] lossless audio support when paired with a source device with aptX
  • HiFi quality audio is delivered by a high performance Wolfson stereo DAC with ground referenced line driver. All common sample rates from 8kHz to 192kHz supported. 106dB SNR. Analogue and Digital Toslink audio outputs *** Note: Package Includes 3.5mm to 3.5mm stereo cable + 3.5mm female to Stereo RCA left and right cable.
  • UK DC 5v USB power adapter and USB power cable included ***Can be powered from your other devices that have USB*** Neet Specialist Customer Support *** 2 year WARRANTY ***

Received the neet unit earlier than expected ,got it out the box ,and had it operating within five min. Plugged in my optical cable into the neet via my home theatre system ,paired it too my old mobile phone (which i use as a music storage player ) may i say that the quality of sound via optical is outstanding ,i am totally delighted with this unit ,and would highly recommend it.

Perfect for digital feed into a dac, friends can just roll up, pair their equipment to the neet and so can seemlessly play into much better equipment than eg; a standalone bluetooth speaker. Excellent kit, better parties.

I was not sure about this neet dac how ever the sound from my s7 through marantz amp and q2020i speakers via bluetooth is exellent it was a breez to set up streaming music via amazon. At less than 50 quid its a bargain i have my music streamed in high quality and this helps its well made and i have had no problem with drop outs as had been revieved its a good way to send music to your hifi i recomend tge neet dac.

Very easy to set up and connect. No problems switching between devices either. Sound quality is very good from my samsung s5 which has aptx. Range seems reasonable – probably 6-8m max rather than 10m but so long as you’re in the same room it’s fine. Downsides are that it does drop out / jump for a fraction of a second every so often. Doesn’t bother me that much but others might find it annoying. It also don’t work with my hp envy laptop. It’s as if the bandwidth from that isn’t great enough to play the music smoothly. But i only bought the receiver for use with my phone anyway.

My primary purpose for buying this device was to stream music from my nas drive to a bluetooth speaker but mainly to my denon mini system which has no network connectivity (and does not play flac files natively). Initially i bought the wifi version of this device and returned it immediately as the concept does not really work as you need to connect your phone (or other streaming) to it via wifi which then becomes a bridge to your phone router – no good. I next bought his device so i could connect to my nas via wi-fi and then stream the music to my phone then bluetooth it to the neet which is connected to the denon. My initial attempts were a little problematic due to drop out, it was unclear whether it was the wifi connection causing problems or the neet itself (my htc phone streams perfectly to a bluetooth speaker so eliminated that as the issue). I then tried other wifi apps and didn’t get much improvement – the dnla/upnp apps seemed to be be pretty poot at this. The sound i did get out was pretty good, i selected the neet due to wolfstendac so expected pretty decent sound. I am now using a different wifi streaming app – ds audio. This is an app that comes with my synology nas and is working a treat. Plays mps’s really well (the aptx support form the neet & my htc phone may well be helping here) and flac files stream well and sound excellent, good quality acros sthe range and a real punch to the bass. I have found that i have push the volumn up pretty high in comparison to the levels used for cd/dab/usb inputs in the unit.

I have tested this with both a nexus 5 and htc one m8, with a denon d-m39dab and with both optical and analogue cables. The usb socket of the denon does power this unit ok if anybody needs to know. Firstly i had no issues connecting to the device. I could not tell much of a difference in the sound quality between optical output and analogue output. This may be due to the optical cable i was using, or other factors, but either way if you only have analogue inputs on your hifi don’t let it put you off. Both nexus 5 and htc one m8 sounded excellent through this device. There was no loss of bluetooth signal. I couldn’t tell the different between either phone, even though htc has aptx whereas the nexus 5 doesn’t. Again this may be my setup but ultimately i think it also shows what a brilliant device this is.

I investigated lots of solutions to get my digital music collection from my iphone into my amplifier, and tried many of them too. This is the best in my humble opinion. Unlike a dock, you are not needlessly charging your iphone when connected to the amp, and you can carry your phone around with you while the music plays. I find the level is too low with leads, even the neet iphone line level output lead that connects via the apple plug into a 3. 5mm jack seems not to be quite line level. There are no problems with level using this. Also, because you can connect into the amp using an optical cable, the quality is very good. Friends can connect-in easily too. Really easy to set up and good value for money.

Got to be one of the best sounding bluetooth receivers at a reasonable price. Just a shame it doesn’t have a built in battery to make it a bit more portable.

Impressed to say the very least. First of all i could not believe the order was delivered in less than 24h: incredible. I have another bluetooth receiver with no high end dac such as this and there is a huge difference. Both of them are aptx so the difference is not there. With this neet i am finding more pleasant to listen my music streamed by my phone or tablet than playing it from the usb port of my marantz nr-1504 receiver. By the way i am using the basic analog intervonnects that came with it (the other bluetooth receiver i have did not come with intetconnects). Possibly my best buy of the year.

Brilliant in giving life to old bose cd/radio.

This was very easy to set up and it produces a very commendable quality of sound from my ipad via my hi-fi system. My only reservation is that it doesn’t auto-disengage when the connection is needed no longer. That’s the only reason for the loss of a star. I have a bluetooth speaker of another make which shuts off automatically upon closing of the program, so that the ipad’s own speakers come into play. With the neet, i have to go into the ipad’s settings and tell it to ‘forget this bluetooth’ (or similar) and then reconnect the next time it’s wanted. Not hard to do, but i’d prefer auto-operation. Edit: another reservation that’s come to mind is that i don’t think i paid anywhere near the current asking price of £60. I seem to recall it as around £40, which was only just acceptable to me at the time.

Plugged into my old samsung surround sound via digital audio cable and works a treat. I have used my samsung tab 4 and galaxy smartphone through this and works brilliant.

Great quality when paired with apt-x hd source. But it doesn’t connect automatically. I was hoping it would automatically pair to the last device connected (my av receiver) when turning it on, but it doesn’t do this, unlike the standard bluetooth samsung hs3000 and i presume other apt-x receivers. I use a bluetooth receiver with splitter amp/ standard headphones at night when the normal speaker setup would be too loud for others. I don’t want to mess about in menus, the current setup requires me to simply turn on power at the plug to connect and just work, which this unit doesn’t support.

Bought this as an upgrade to the cheapy one i installed into my car. The car uses a proper hi-fi class amp and homebrew hi-fi speakers. Before i installed it i tried it on my domestic hi-fi system, using high end gear and wasn’t disappointed. Compared with a standard bluetooth receiver, it has a crisp dynamic sound full of detail and with tight controlled bass and crisp treble, just like i would expect from a quality digital source – playing flac from my phone. Links up with my galaxy note 2 seamlessly and without fuss.

I can now add my five star review to all the others. I use qed optical connector and have superb quality sound. With analogue i get a small hum but this is probably interference from some other device in the house. I i use my ipad for music and have absolutely no complaints. I would also add that my music files are uncompressed aif files so very critical.

Works well, although the signal is much shorter than i was hoping when using in doors. Also, the only way i seem to swap from one phone to another is to turn off the bluetooth on the first to disconnect. It doesn’t seem to auto connect either which may be a pain depending what you want from it.

I had a software problem with this unit. I emailed neet about the problem. Without hesitation they offered a replacement unit, in case it was defective. It was my bluetooth adapter. For the price it is amazing quality and they offer a totally reliable customer service.

The unit arrives very well packaged the day after ordering it up. I unpacked it, connected up the power supply, connected the optical audio cable and paired it with bluetooth on my phone. Didn’t need to look at the supplied instructions – job donegreat sound quality, no fuss, buy one.

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  1. There comes a time when children and grandchildren no longer respond to the instruction “shut up and listen to the music” and insist on conversing while my vintage, high-end system (linn – naim – naim – linn) is playing exquisite sounds. But, for the sake of family tranquility, i have learned to compromise and accept background music when required. However, that means that jumping up regularly to change cds and vinyl interrupts the flow of things and i got to wondering whether the long playlists i listen to via bluetooth in the car would work through my system and whether the input quality would compromise the other components. I discovered online that bluetooth receivers were available and started researching, finally settled on this neet (not the cheaper one). – well neet is british and has a good niche reputation for their kit; the item is made in taiwan, which augured well; and most importantly, it has an excellent wolfson dac. And – it was less than half the price of a very similarly specced competitor. So it arrived and – witchcraft. The last time i have been this impressed with an addition to my system was 35 years ago when my first linn sondek arrived, but it was expensive and machined to within microns of its life, while the neet was 42 quid and plastic. I’m not saying for a minute that the neet is equivalent to a linn, but the degree of shock and delight on hearing them for the first time came close. The neet is a worthy companion to a high-end system – and that is saying something. My naim amp is of a vintage that would consider digital links beyond comprehension, so i have had to make use of the supplied 3. 5mm jack cable, but since cables are very much neet’s dna, it is pretty good. I’d be interested in hearing the digital link though. I should add that that i tested it with both my wife’s iphone and my android phone with lossless aptx and the latter had the sonic edge.
    • There comes a time when children and grandchildren no longer respond to the instruction “shut up and listen to the music” and insist on conversing while my vintage, high-end system (linn – naim – naim – linn) is playing exquisite sounds. But, for the sake of family tranquility, i have learned to compromise and accept background music when required. However, that means that jumping up regularly to change cds and vinyl interrupts the flow of things and i got to wondering whether the long playlists i listen to via bluetooth in the car would work through my system and whether the input quality would compromise the other components. I discovered online that bluetooth receivers were available and started researching, finally settled on this neet (not the cheaper one). – well neet is british and has a good niche reputation for their kit; the item is made in taiwan, which augured well; and most importantly, it has an excellent wolfson dac. And – it was less than half the price of a very similarly specced competitor. So it arrived and – witchcraft. The last time i have been this impressed with an addition to my system was 35 years ago when my first linn sondek arrived, but it was expensive and machined to within microns of its life, while the neet was 42 quid and plastic. I’m not saying for a minute that the neet is equivalent to a linn, but the degree of shock and delight on hearing them for the first time came close. The neet is a worthy companion to a high-end system – and that is saying something. My naim amp is of a vintage that would consider digital links beyond comprehension, so i have had to make use of the supplied 3. 5mm jack cable, but since cables are very much neet’s dna, it is pretty good. I’d be interested in hearing the digital link though. I should add that that i tested it with both my wife’s iphone and my android phone with lossless aptx and the latter had the sonic edge.
  2. This is a great little device with a very small footprint. I use it connected via an optical tos-link cable (not supplied) into my av system. Connecting via bluetooth was simple (the device is imaginatively called “music receiver”), and no code is required. So far i’ve connected a galaxy s3, htc one m8 and an xperia tablet z, all with absolutely no problems at all. The range seemed pretty good too, with no perceivable dropouts as you move around. The sound is as good as the original source over bluetooth audio. So if you have aptx lossless on your device, you should get lossless transfer over the aether and into your av receiver. Having listened to a few things through this device, you can’t really tell the difference. I haven’t tried using the analogue output so cannot comment on its quality.
    • This is a great little device with a very small footprint. I use it connected via an optical tos-link cable (not supplied) into my av system. Connecting via bluetooth was simple (the device is imaginatively called “music receiver”), and no code is required. So far i’ve connected a galaxy s3, htc one m8 and an xperia tablet z, all with absolutely no problems at all. The range seemed pretty good too, with no perceivable dropouts as you move around. The sound is as good as the original source over bluetooth audio. So if you have aptx lossless on your device, you should get lossless transfer over the aether and into your av receiver. Having listened to a few things through this device, you can’t really tell the difference. I haven’t tried using the analogue output so cannot comment on its quality.
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    No really its small, about the size of a pack of cards. Dead easy to connect, it took me longer to work out which input i had connected it to on my hifi amp. Bluetooth connection was no problem and found my i-phone no problem. The analogue output is by a 3. 5mm stereo jack, the is an optical out as well, you get a cable in two parts 3. 5mm jack which plugs into 3. I’ve ordered a better quality 3. 5mm jack to 2x phono to replace it.
    • No really its small, about the size of a pack of cards. Dead easy to connect, it took me longer to work out which input i had connected it to on my hifi amp. Bluetooth connection was no problem and found my i-phone no problem. The analogue output is by a 3. 5mm stereo jack, the is an optical out as well, you get a cable in two parts 3. 5mm jack which plugs into 3. I’ve ordered a better quality 3. 5mm jack to 2x phono to replace it.
      • This is a fantastic product and worth every penny. Used it on many audiophile systems and loved it so much that i bought some as gifts as well. Compete’s very well the arcam’s miniblink. Just remember any bluetooth tech usually works line of sight. Don’t complain because it won’t work in the bathtub behind a concrete wall or on the other side of your microwave/fridge/chrismas tree/90″ cinema oled tv. That’s just the same with any bluetooth application.
  4. This is a fantastic product and worth every penny. Used it on many audiophile systems and loved it so much that i bought some as gifts as well. Compete’s very well the arcam’s miniblink. Just remember any bluetooth tech usually works line of sight. Don’t complain because it won’t work in the bathtub behind a concrete wall or on the other side of your microwave/fridge/chrismas tree/90″ cinema oled tv. That’s just the same with any bluetooth application.
  5. 4.0 out of 5 stars Excellent and good value device when used with a good stable bluetooth source. on said:

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    Had this item for a couple of months now – long enough to be able to give a short assessment. I acquired it with the intention of expanding the use of my conventional 2 channel hifi which has an amplifier with a built in dac and coaxial and optical input options in addition to the regular analogue inputs. I have found that the amplifier performs at it’s best when these digital inputs are used and this is noticeable even when the source has a dac of the same type as the amp. With this in mind, i have used the neet bluetooth pro adapter with a direct optical connection to the amp and have not tried it with an analogue connection, so cannot comment on the effectiveness of the inbuilt wolfson dac. Sound quality via the optical link is excellent with a few proviso’s. The source bluetooth device should remain fairly close to the adapter and this will prevent any dropouts. I have found that not all source devices give a bluetooth signal of the highest quality, even when aptx equipped and there is some variance in stability from device to device. Trial and error is required and some people will be unhappy with the performance of the neet adapter if their bluetooth source is not up to scratch. Given a good solid bluetooth source, this device will perform to a very high standard in a hifi environment and i can recommend highly with that proviso.
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    Had this item for a couple of months now – long enough to be able to give a short assessment. I acquired it with the intention of expanding the use of my conventional 2 channel hifi which has an amplifier with a built in dac and coaxial and optical input options in addition to the regular analogue inputs. I have found that the amplifier performs at it’s best when these digital inputs are used and this is noticeable even when the source has a dac of the same type as the amp. With this in mind, i have used the neet bluetooth pro adapter with a direct optical connection to the amp and have not tried it with an analogue connection, so cannot comment on the effectiveness of the inbuilt wolfson dac. Sound quality via the optical link is excellent with a few proviso’s. The source bluetooth device should remain fairly close to the adapter and this will prevent any dropouts. I have found that not all source devices give a bluetooth signal of the highest quality, even when aptx equipped and there is some variance in stability from device to device. Trial and error is required and some people will be unhappy with the performance of the neet adapter if their bluetooth source is not up to scratch. Given a good solid bluetooth source, this device will perform to a very high standard in a hifi environment and i can recommend highly with that proviso.
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    Really excellent sound at the price. I tested with high-end planar audiophile headphones (lcd-xc), which can be somewhat demanding to drive. Headphones connected direct to the back it sounds very acceptable, with some inoffensive treble roll-off. Going through a serious desktop headphone amp, the missing treble returns and it really sparkles. You would never guess you were listening to a cheap dac and using apt-x to bootit goes loud enough for most if not all phones, too. No real negatives i can think of.
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    Really excellent sound at the price. I tested with high-end planar audiophile headphones (lcd-xc), which can be somewhat demanding to drive. Headphones connected direct to the back it sounds very acceptable, with some inoffensive treble roll-off. Going through a serious desktop headphone amp, the missing treble returns and it really sparkles. You would never guess you were listening to a cheap dac and using apt-x to bootit goes loud enough for most if not all phones, too. No real negatives i can think of.
    • Really good quality- the sound is incredible when using the optic audio output. In the content wasnt any gold-audio cables, but only the normal ones. Thats a bit dissappointing, because in the pictures from the description the gold ones are presented. Still, the important part is the sound quality and the low lattence of this gadget. I recommended for all the audio geeks who enjoy premium quality music on your av/receiver. Also plugged in directly on the usb port, so that it gets on only when using the av/receiver is also on, and works perfectly.
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    Really good quality- the sound is incredible when using the optic audio output. In the content wasnt any gold-audio cables, but only the normal ones. Thats a bit dissappointing, because in the pictures from the description the gold ones are presented. Still, the important part is the sound quality and the low lattence of this gadget. I recommended for all the audio geeks who enjoy premium quality music on your av/receiver. Also plugged in directly on the usb port, so that it gets on only when using the av/receiver is also on, and works perfectly.
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    I have bludac and heard my friends neet dac against it and it sounds exactly the same. My bluedac has dropouts but i didnt find that with the neet dac. It seems that it is the same inside circuitry. As neet are uk based with good customer service (not the case with crystal bludac) my next purchase will be from them instead. _ not audiophile of course but better than any phone or tablet i’ve heard. Be sure that your source device has apt-x to take advantage of the higher quality.
    • I have bludac and heard my friends neet dac against it and it sounds exactly the same. My bluedac has dropouts but i didnt find that with the neet dac. It seems that it is the same inside circuitry. As neet are uk based with good customer service (not the case with crystal bludac) my next purchase will be from them instead. _ not audiophile of course but better than any phone or tablet i’ve heard. Be sure that your source device has apt-x to take advantage of the higher quality.
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    Bought this device to stream music from and internet radio via my tablet to my existing hi-fi equipment. (i found wi-fi streamers very expensive). The neet receiver is easy to set up, my samsung tablet found it very quickly and was working in seconds. This little bluetooth streamer is small and compact but best of all is the audio output quality, ok so it’s not up to cd quality but playing mp3’s with a reasonable bit rate is very good and steaming sites such as ‘spotify’ is as good as listening to a good radio. Value for money and highly recommended.
    • Bought this device to stream music from and internet radio via my tablet to my existing hi-fi equipment. (i found wi-fi streamers very expensive). The neet receiver is easy to set up, my samsung tablet found it very quickly and was working in seconds. This little bluetooth streamer is small and compact but best of all is the audio output quality, ok so it’s not up to cd quality but playing mp3’s with a reasonable bit rate is very good and steaming sites such as ‘spotify’ is as good as listening to a good radio. Value for money and highly recommended.
      • Used this bluetooth receiver at barbecue last weekend sound quality excellent worked flawlessly no tripping out.
  12. Used this bluetooth receiver at barbecue last weekend sound quality excellent worked flawlessly no tripping out.
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    I bought this because the sony bm10 device i wanted was no longer available. Compared to the bm10 that i already own the connection drops out very frequently even at close range and the sound quality is disappointing. I was expecting a premium device from neet but could have bought something this poor for half the price.
    • I bought this because the sony bm10 device i wanted was no longer available. Compared to the bm10 that i already own the connection drops out very frequently even at close range and the sound quality is disappointing. I was expecting a premium device from neet but could have bought something this poor for half the price.
      • Amazing piece of equipment with excellent quality sound, a very good signal to noise ratio so you don’t need your volume up too high. I brought this for my car as i don’t have bluetooth music playback on my stereo. Downside is it doesn’t auto connect when paired to your music sourceand it doesn’t have a battery. A small price to pay for such a great piece of kit, but it maybe something the manufactures could think about for a new mobile model.
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    Amazing piece of equipment with excellent quality sound, a very good signal to noise ratio so you don’t need your volume up too high. I brought this for my car as i don’t have bluetooth music playback on my stereo. Downside is it doesn’t auto connect when paired to your music sourceand it doesn’t have a battery. A small price to pay for such a great piece of kit, but it maybe something the manufactures could think about for a new mobile model.
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    Did exactly what i wanted it do do. My yamaha sound bar connected to our tv did not have bluetooth and i wanted to play the music i have on my ipad 4 through the soundbar rather than through the ipad’s small speakers. Setup took all of ten minutes and with no problems and playback sound is really excellent. Delivery was amazingly fast, too.
    • Did exactly what i wanted it do do. My yamaha sound bar connected to our tv did not have bluetooth and i wanted to play the music i have on my ipad 4 through the soundbar rather than through the ipad’s small speakers. Setup took all of ten minutes and with no problems and playback sound is really excellent. Delivery was amazingly fast, too.
      • 5.0 out of 5 stars Not the cheapest but nowhere near the dearest. Great value and performance. on said:
        Had it up and running within a couple of minutes of unpacking. I have cambridge audio amp feeding a pair of tannoy speakers. The neet was connected to the amp via the included rca plugs. Then powered up with the included power supply. The my ipad connected with the neet and i was playing spotify music, tune-in radio etc. I found no difference in audio quality between using this unit and my previous set up of cables running from the ipad to the amp. Very pleased with my purchase.
  16. Had it up and running within a couple of minutes of unpacking. I have cambridge audio amp feeding a pair of tannoy speakers. The neet was connected to the amp via the included rca plugs. Then powered up with the included power supply. The my ipad connected with the neet and i was playing spotify music, tune-in radio etc. I found no difference in audio quality between using this unit and my previous set up of cables running from the ipad to the amp. Very pleased with my purchase.
    • Brilliant bit of kiti’ve got it connected via the optical into my stereo and it’s powered from a spare usb port on the stereo so doesn’t even need it’s own power. Range is good, works from anywhere in the room, i’ve also had it still work when the phone was in the next room on charge.
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    Brilliant bit of kiti’ve got it connected via the optical into my stereo and it’s powered from a spare usb port on the stereo so doesn’t even need it’s own power. Range is good, works from anywhere in the room, i’ve also had it still work when the phone was in the next room on charge.
    • This worked straight out of the box. I use it to stream spotify music to my hifi from laptop, ipad or iphone. Oddly, the laptop works least well. Sound quality excellent; was going to get a dac, but not going to bother at this stage, as it sounds good. I did buy another cable, as the one supplied has a connector to go from 2.
      • This worked straight out of the box. I use it to stream spotify music to my hifi from laptop, ipad or iphone. Oddly, the laptop works least well. Sound quality excellent; was going to get a dac, but not going to bother at this stage, as it sounds good. I did buy another cable, as the one supplied has a connector to go from 2.
  18. Really straightforward to set up and sounds fine. Lots easier than plugging my phone into the amp with cables. Sadly my room isn’t big enough for the bluetooth to go out of range.
    • Really straightforward to set up and sounds fine. Lots easier than plugging my phone into the amp with cables. Sadly my room isn’t big enough for the bluetooth to go out of range.
  19. This review is from : Neet® – Bluetooth Stereo Music Receiver HiFi Audio – Wolfson DAC – Wireless HiFi Audio streaming – Digital Toslink Optical/Analogue out – With NFC – aptX® – CSR®

    This is used to stream audio from a nas into an amp, interfaced from a windows 8. 1 phone app called airshare. It works quite well and i have no complaints as to the quality of the item or the sound it produces. Distance-wise, it works from behind a wall, but there’s no real point to doing this, as i don’t have a multiroom audio setup.
  20. This review is from : Neet® – Bluetooth Stereo Music Receiver HiFi Audio – Wolfson DAC – Wireless HiFi Audio streaming – Digital Toslink Optical/Analogue out – With NFC – aptX® – CSR®

    This is used to stream audio from a nas into an amp, interfaced from a windows 8. 1 phone app called airshare. It works quite well and i have no complaints as to the quality of the item or the sound it produces. Distance-wise, it works from behind a wall, but there’s no real point to doing this, as i don’t have a multiroom audio setup.
  21. This review is from : Neet® – Bluetooth Stereo Music Receiver HiFi Audio – Wolfson DAC – Wireless HiFi Audio streaming – Digital Toslink Optical/Analogue out – With NFC – aptX® – CSR®

    This is cheap and easy, and does exactly what i wanted it to do – i now play music from my phone through my old hifi with no issues at all. Setup was extremely simple and it works a treat.
    • This is cheap and easy, and does exactly what i wanted it to do – i now play music from my phone through my old hifi with no issues at all. Setup was extremely simple and it works a treat.
  22. This review is from : Neet® – Bluetooth Stereo Music Receiver HiFi Audio – Wolfson DAC – Wireless HiFi Audio streaming – Digital Toslink Optical/Analogue out – With NFC – aptX® – CSR®

    Only used for a few hours so far, but connected first time, and connection rock solid. Happy with the sound quality, but i’m not an audiophile and my equipment is low end. Using it to play spotify from a windows 8. 1 laptop to a denon dm3 micro system. Device itself is a bit smaller and lighter than i expected.
    • Only used for a few hours so far, but connected first time, and connection rock solid. Happy with the sound quality, but i’m not an audiophile and my equipment is low end. Using it to play spotify from a windows 8. 1 laptop to a denon dm3 micro system. Device itself is a bit smaller and lighter than i expected.

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