What good is receiving from 300 ft if you can only ...
Car Buff, Amazon
7 December 2014
Summary: Ad is misleading. Claims to "receive wireless signal from up to 300 ft. away". It may receive from that distance but mine is struggling to SEND a signal more than 25 ft. What good is receiving from 300 ft if you can only send 25 ft? The install was easy though.
Summary: A few years ago I bought the same product, of course, it was an earlier model, and the same company. It worked great. The only reason that I am not using it today is not because it fail to work, but because someone decided that it would work better for them. It is very easy to connect, and use. I use it all the time with my laptop, for download pctures, and other media. The only issue I found was the CD that comes with it, not so laptop friendly.
Summary: This adaptor does the job and is a good value. The range is less that advertised, but I can adjust for that by moving the transmitter closer. I'm glad I choose this one over cheaper adaptors that claim even less range. If they are proportionally shorter as compared to this one's overstatement of range, they would have been next to useless.
Summary: I bought this to replace my old usb adapter that had 33ft range but it isn't any better at all. I live in a one bedroom apartment(800sqft) and my computer is in the livingroom and distance from my computer to my bedroom is less than 30ft away. When I try to go to my bedroom with my headset the signals gets lost and I don't hear a thing. In the description of this product clearly says it has 330ft (100m) range but not even close to what it claims.
Likely the worst purchase I have ever made for a piece of electronics
1 May 2014
Summary: Range: about 20 ft. Any more than that and the audio cuts out. Reliability: None, only got the unit to connect to ANYTHING once. Headphones: no. Windows phone: no. Mouse: no. Even after updating to the new drivers, still no better. Thoroughly disappointed with this thing.