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3 Ways Bluetooth Music Receiver Will Change Your Life

3 Ways Bluetooth Music Receiver Will Change Your Life

It’s almost impossible to deny the power of wireless streaming and Bluetooth- it keeps everything nice and tidy while adding almost unbridled convenience to your listening.

Many of our own speakers have Bluetooth receivers built into them so using Bluetooth can be a no-brainer. Here are 3 ways a Bluetooth music receiver will change your life:

B1 Wireless Music Receiver


Bluetooth has been in the wireless world for a very long time and it only keeps getting better. Bluetooth technology has become such a standard that most devices from phones to computers have Bluetooth built-into them. That means that any device that has Bluetooth can connect and send audio straight to your Bluetooth-ready receiver. Since Bluetooth is a feature of the device itself, there isn’t any need to download any special apps or use any proprietary software or media players to stream your music.
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Ad Many companies utilize Bluetooth technology in their products and they can range from not-so-great to awesome, and because of this, Bluetooth’s reputation is less than stellar with some audio-purists. Truth be told, Bluetooth can sound absolutely amazing due to the development of high-fidelity codecs such as AAC and aptX HD, the latter of which is incorporated into our own B1 Bluetooth Music Receiver. Many of these codecs are able to stream CD-quality 16-bit/44.1kHz audio over the air, and with the help of included DACs, you can even get up to 24-bit playback.


As mentioned earlier, Bluetooth doesn’t require the use of special apps so using it is a breeze. To get set up, all you need to do is go into your device’s Bluetooth settings, find the Bluetooth receiver in the available devices, pair/connect to it, and then you’re good to go! Since Bluetooth isn’t proprietary, any audio ranging from streaming services such as Spotify or Tidal to Youtube videos can be played. This makes Bluetooth perfect for both the casual listener and even the hardened audiophile.
For those who want to listen to great sounding music without being tethered to cumbersome and complicated audio setups, Bluetooth is the answer. We’re fairly confident that once you use Bluetooth, it will change your life.

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