Summary: Fantastic. Easy to hook up to my Tivoli Audio Music System (though I am pretty sure it will work with anything that has an AUX jack). The Auxiliary cord supplied did not connect well, so I used my existing auxiliary cable and everything worked fine.
The aesthetics are grand but they are useless since the product doesn't work
John O., Amazon
4 November 2014
Summary: It worked as long as you were within 5 feet. A 6 foot RCA cable is 90 dollars cheaper and gives you a larger range. Bottom line: The aesthetics are grand but they are useless since the product doesn't work.
Summary: This is isn't the most complicated piece of tech, but this is the finest execution I've seen of it. Instead of having some ugly peice of junk clunking up your home, for a little bit more you can have something that elevates the rest of the room.
Summary: A bluetooth dongle does more, is the size of a usb thumbdrive and only cotst $15. http://www.amazon.com/Kinivo-BTD-400-Bluetooth-4-0-adapter/dp/B007Q45EF4/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1400094697&sr=8-1&keywords=bluetooth+dongle There is zero need to ever buy this overpriced and over sized product.
Summary: Pros: 1) Comparable sound quality to using a cable connection. 2) Easy "pairing" to iPhone or MacBook. You can pair your phone or computer to several devices since each one has a unique frequency. Then select the one you want to use at a given time. Cons: 1) Output level is low.
Summary: I got one of these to use with my receiver. It is hidden behind the thing, so now everyone thinks my surround sound system is bluetooth enabled. I make sure to tell them about the Tivoli though!!
Summary: This works well for me. It is,however, adversely affected by internal walls and by a human body between my MacBook Pro and the Tivoli Audio BluCon Wireless Bluetooth Receiver connected to my Tivoli Two. Movement of my laptop also caused drop-outs.