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Bluetooth 4.2 Music Receiver 3.5mm Audio Adapter US $1.50 (AU $2.02), TV Remote Keychain US $0.70 (AU $0.94) Shipped @ Zapals

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Bluetooth 4.2 Music Receiver 3.5mm Car Aux Audio Adapter for Headphone Speaker US $1.50 (AU $2.02)

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The Audio Adapter enables you to enjoy music and hands-free calling from your smartphone in premium quality sound. Adopted Bluetooth 4.2 chip, its effective range up to 10 meters. CVS 6.0 with DSP noise cancelling technology enhanced sound quality. With low battery voice prompt and voice number reporting function, you life becomes more intelligent and convenient.


Universal Mini TV Remote Control with Keychain US $0.7 (AU $0.94)

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This Universal Mini TV Remote Control is so small that you can easily fit it in your pocket, purse, or wallet, and it also has a strong keychain clip if you would like to attach it to your keys. Easy Setup for TV, press and hold the MUTE button until mute the volume on the TV, then release the button immediately, then the setup is done and you can utilize it.

This Universal TV Remote Control comes very handy when you stay at hotels, or office waiting rooms, sitting at bars, and fitness gyms.

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    Merged from Universal Mini TV Remote Control with Keychain US $0.7 (AU $0.94) Shipped @ Zapals
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    Coupon Code: FREE0708ALL01

    This Universal Mini TV Remote Control is so small that you can easily fit it in your pocket, purse, or wallet, and it also has a strong keychain clip if you would like to attach it to your keys. Easy Setup for TV, press and hold the MUTE button until mute the volume on the TV, then release the button immediately, then the setup is done and you can utilize it.

    This Universal TV Remote Control comes very handy when you stay at hotels, or office waiting rooms, sitting at bars, and fitness gyms.

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    US $1.65 postage for me

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    Edit: hurrr, I can't read

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    Can anyone recommend this little doodad?

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      I dont have the same one but i do have one from Aliexpress thats pretty much the same.
      It has a very small battery inside that powers it for about an hour or two and then runs out, i power mine all the time through the in-car phone charger for it to work.
      Audio quality isnt the best either but it does work and is good for handsfree as well.

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        So you have it plugged in to an aux input in your car? That allows you to steam music over Bluetooth from a smartphone to your car stereo, right? I'm just trying to get my ahead around this device.

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          Correct that's exactly what it does. When the battery is low you must charge it up. I've used mine for about less than a month and the battery dies quite often. You could leave it permanently plugged in a USB port for charge as well I guess.

          Also has a hilarious chinese accent for
          "Power On", "Phone connected" and "incoming call" and a really annoying eTag-like beeping noise when battery is low.

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          Yes, and yes. I have the model below to be precise-
          https://www.aliexpress.com/item/Wireless-Bluetooth-Aux-Audio...

          And yes it does say power on, phone connected and battery low noise like Expresscoffee said.

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        @morpheous, Can you please clarify if you can charge it whilst using it?

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      I use one with my home speakers to effectively make them Bluetooth enabled. It’s permanently plugged into a phone charger for power.

      Works fine but sound quality probably isn’t as good as it should be

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      The music quality is so-so from these cheaper BT receivers. If you want to stream CD quality you might want to fork out a little more for ones with aptX support. The two I can think of off the top of my head are the Cara II and the Kinivo.

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    Managers: We need something that plays for 5hrs… that's what consumers want
    Engineers: Ours does 4
    Marketing: It's k bois, we'll just put a photo of a 5hr battery and confuse people
    upbeat mariachi music plays

    https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RkaYadME-g6jFvRj9CVKoktNSC...

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    The shame of this is it's only good for car stereos with a 3.5mm jack input.

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      In which case you should just use an aux cable anyway

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        It is 10x more convenient to use BT (all connected as soon as you turn the electrical system on) and it won't introduce electrical noise into the system as AUX cables can with alternator whine ect.

        http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/backstage/comments/on-alter...

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          Pretty sure these sorts of devices introduced a lot more noise than AUX out cables.
          I threw one of these devices in the bin a few weeks ago (very similar, not the exact same model) because the sound was so poor.
          This thing is dual-mono, there's no way that provides better audio quality than an aux cable.

          As for convenience, you can't charge this junk while it's running, and the battery only lasts 2 hours.

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          @idonotknowwhy:

          The cheap ones yeah, they are horrible. They sound just as bad as a bad ground loop on an AUX port, which unfortunately the cars I have driven had if charging a phone when using the AUX port, making AUX cables unusable for me. Before these BT receivers came along I used to run the cables through ferrite rings to make it slightly less worse. So there are a few ways in which an AUX cable can sound a lot worse than a bluetooth receiver.

          I've got good bluetooth receivers which are fantastic. One of which has an amp in it that drives any pairs of cans to the point they can almost rattle your fillings out of your teeth. Super clean too.

          The good ones charge while being used and the battery lasts 6+ hours.

          I linked to a couple in a post below.

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          @c0balt: Yeah, sounds like we agree then. This particular product is useless landfill and would sound worse than an FM transmitter*

          I doubt your amp could drive my 600ohm DT880's :p

          *I miss my Nokia N900 which had this built-in.

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    I bought one of these from gearbest a while ago, it's totally useless because you can't charge it whilst using it, so once it runs out of battery it's useless until charged again. stupid design

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      If only it were cheap enough that you could buy two.

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      Can't charge it while using it?! Would not have predicted that, thanks for the heads up.

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      This was debunked many times, but people keep posting about this issue.
      Either they have an older model "one of these" that looks similar or fail to try what was recommended to charge at same time as receiving.

      There are many different but similar models that operate differently. If comments are for a different model - advice is unlikely relevant.

      All mine (not this model) work while charging. Older models were reported to be a problem.

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      Depends on the model you get. I bought a couple of them when they were. 99c. L shaped looking ones and although they both looked identical, some where capable of being used while charging.

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    any idea if this would work with a Nintendo Switch?

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    I have this blutooth adapter and it works okay. Note that:

    It's Mono sound distributed (mixed) throug both channels.
    It doesn't work while charging.

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    Just bought one as my old one's battery was terrible and I could use a spare as they're so tiny.

    Came to AUD$2.22

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    I found the range of the previous black coloured one useless. Is this one any better?

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    Got the Bluetooth receiver for 1.65 USD

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    Coupon Expired for Bluetooth receiver

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    Bluetooth receiver expired now?

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    missed out

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    Some of these bluetooth receivers have an issue where they overcharge & the protection circuit kicks in. If you leave it on charge and find you can’t turn it on - take it off charge & leave it for a few hours.

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    Some of these cheap BT receivers can sound worse than an FM transmitter/receiver. I haven't got any experience with this one, but would be good if someone who has this one could chime in to the audio quality.

    I've got around 10 from previous deals on this site, and the only decent ones so far I have have been the DeWalt one and the even better Audiosonic one from about 2 years ago - it just a bonus that they were ~$15 also.

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/216920
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/286450

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    I got the black one from Gearbest last time there was a deal.

    Doesn't work.

    I need one for my car. Can anyone recommend something that does the same job, but is better quality? I don't mind paying more for something which works well.

    Thanks

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    Can anyone recommend the remote?

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    So does this allow me to listen to music from my phone in my car?

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    I've got a similar thing from gearbest and it sounds okay and works fine. Internal battery maybe 2 hours.

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    I don't trust zapals
    I ordered last 23/02 and it never arrived.

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    Received it. It can not be using and charging at the same time. What a terrible design.

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