The Supersonic Bluetooth Music Receiver allows you to play your iPod and iPhone music, and other bluetooth devices through your home stereo, stand-alone speakers or car audio via auxiliary input.
If you have an older stereo system or speaker dock lying around that doesn't offer wireless streaming, a few companies make adapters that enable you to add Bluetooth to an existing set of powered speakers or an iPod speaker dock for not too much money. Logitech's version is the , while Belkin's is the Bluetooth Music Receiver (model F8Z492TTP) reviewed here.
The Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver looks like a shrunken-down version of an or streaming media box (or, if you prefer, a hockey puck). It has to be plugged into a wall socket to get its power, and the AC adapter is actually bigger than the unit itself.
Sometimes, when you rock super hard, certain obstacles emerge that threaten to derail your rocking. For instance, your car: maybe it only employs lame CDs, or maybe it seems to require a cable to play songs from mp3 player or phone. Well, provided your car has a 3.5mm Aux-in jack, you can say goodbye to threats to your on-the-go rocking ability forever thanks to the HTC Car StereoClip Wireless Bluetooth Music Adapter. The HTC Car StereoClip Wireless Bluetooth Music Adapter allows you to play music from a wide range of Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry, and Apple devices via the wonder of Bluetooth. Better yet, it employs aptX audio enhancement to deliver studio quality sound, all without any wires or cables.