By admin on Mon, 12/17/2012
With this small device only 1.75 inches long, you can turn speakers, headphones, and ear buds into remote Bluetooth enabled receivers. It works like a charm.
Now you can make your games come alive with Bluetooth depth of sound. You can chat on the phone using cheapo ear buds and the built-in microphone on the OT-Adapt When you've finished talking, OT-Adapt will pick up where you left off with your music. Listen to your favorite tunes, skip, repeat, or go back with the multi-function button.
This little guy will allow you to reject calls and redial calls. You can even do voice dialing. To end a call, just press the multifunction button once.
Pairing with a Bluetooth enabled device is fast and easy. Simply hold down the multifunction button for about three seconds until the blue and red LED lights start flashing. It will soon be recognized and paired.
I must admit that I was really excited at first because I thought it would also turn any device into a Bluetooth transmitter. It doesn't. It's a receiver that must connect to an existing Bluetooth enable device. After receiving the signal, it relays it through a wire and a 3.5 mm jack.
· Compatible with all Bluetooth enabled devices
· Noise suppression, echo elimination and duplex sound for crystal clear quality calls
· Built-in Li-Polymer/rechargeable battery
· Talk/Listen time is 9 hours
· Standby time is 150 hours
· Operating distance is 30 feet
How much does it cost? The suggested retail price is just $39.95, and you get them here: http://bit.ly/UFhRaq. They come in your choice of blue, black, and pink.
By the way, I wonder what's with the multifunction button with the Sasquatch on it???