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Azeca BTT005 transmisor estéreo Bluetooth

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Año de fabricación2014
Peso del producto45 g
Dimensiones del producto4,4 x 3,2 x 0,6 cm
Número de modelo del productoBTT005
Número de productoBTT005
Número de productos1
Pilas / baterías incluidasNo
Pilas / baterías necesariasNo
Compatible con tecnología Bluetooth
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Restricciones de envíoEste producto se puede enviar a España y a otros países seleccionados.
Producto en desde16 de julio de 2014

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good Product 17 de julio de 2012
Por KG - Publicado en
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I'm very pleased so far with this product. Physically, the product is much smaller than I expected (about the size of a matchbook). It's well built and seems sufficiently durable (as small as it is I don't know how much abuse it would really stand up to, but it doesn't seem flimsy or cheap).

The audio quality is good. I haven't had any problems pairing it with my Motorola S305 headphones (although at first I didn't hold down the button on the transmitter long enough, so I thought it was in pairing mode but it wasn't). You can charge while listening which is nice. The lag is very minimal and not very noticeable. (For anyone who doesn't know, all bluetooth audio has a lag because of compression and transmission, which doesn't really matter for listening to music but is often noticeable when watching a movie. This transmitter is no exception, but the lag is not bad at all.)

The only downside I've seen so far is that the included charging cable is only USB, so if you want to plug it in to a regular AC plug then you'll need an adapter. Overall though I'm happy with the purchase. This model was a little pricier than some of the other brands of bluetooth transmitter that I looked at, but I think it was worth the money.
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3.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Good sound but has a few disappointments. 14 de diciembre de 2015
Por Yellow Bee - Publicado en
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I purchased this to make my TV Bluetooth compatible. First the good stuff. The sound quality is really good. I haven't tested the range, but It seems to have a strong signal from my experience so far.

Now the not so good. This Bluetooth transmitter won't auto pair with my Bose device. I have to re pair the transmitter and Bose sound device each time I use them. The other annoying thing is that sometimes it seems like the sound is way off from the video and other times it is not (just a little off). I wasn't expecting the sound and video to be perfectly in sync, but I wanted it to be close all the time. Sometime the sound is too far off from the video that it is really hard to watch. The weird thing is that it seems to come and go while watching TV.

Also I use this Bose device with my iPad and iPhone. There is almost no audio and video sync issues while watching videos.
6 de 6 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
1.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Nice product, but 29 de agosto de 2012
Por Amazon Customer - Publicado en
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Bought this little gem (yes it is quite little) to use with my Motorola bluetooth headset for watching TV. My hearing is compromised so I want to use the headset while my wife controls the speaker volume for herself. The Azeca/Motorola paired up and work just fine (here comes the but) BUT there is a small delay in the sound getting to my ears and when combined with the sound of the speakers in the background it is annoying. If I am alone and the speakers are muted the sound is excellent and I can understand every word that is spoken and the delay is insignificant with regard to the picture. I will look into a noise cancelling bluetooth headset or run a long wire from my Bose ones to the TV.

I must change this to 1 star after 4 months in use. This gadget loses its pairing with my headset almost every time it is turned off. It has gotten increasingly difficult to pair to the point where I have given up. I have just ordered a different transmitter from Amazon to replace it.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas This AZECA Transmitter Works Wonderfully For Me! 15 de agosto de 2013
Por riverlynx - Publicado en
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I have bought and used five separate brands of these type devices. Many of them look the same physically; but in my experience they are not equal. I bought an "Azeca Transmitter" in November 2012, and have been using it daily since then; it has preformed flawlessly, wonderfully -- with about 20% more volume than others that I have used. I originally paid $36.65 for this at Amazon. I later tried buying, "GoGroove", "Britelink" and "WCI Quality", brands because they all look the same with the same functionality for $6.00 to $10.00 less money; but these "off brands" have failed me much of the time. All of the other Transmitters have failed except the "Azeca" brand.

Today I returned the Britelink, and GoGroove devices and have reordered the Azeca Transmitter. It is possible that they are all -- of this configuration -- made by the same manufacturer. They may be "re-branding" out to smaller companies under various names; (this is purely conjecture on my part).

So, I repeat; today I am reordering the "Azeca" brand transmitter for $33.73 (less than I paid last year) to be a back-up unit that charges while I use the other that I have been using for ten months or so every day. I use this Bluetooth Transmitter to send audio data signals to a similar Bluetooth Receiver that I plug into my high quality Skullcandy "Aviator" stereo headphones, the source -- my laptop, hearing amplifier, TV, radio, et cetera.

I may have been "Penny-wise" and "Pound-Foolish" trying to save a few bucks in buying the other brands. But it was worth trying, since they all look the same. I will say that returning them right away went pretty well so far. They sent a UPS truck to pick-up the package and the driver had the prepaid, prepared "UPS Shipping Label" to affix to the return package. I appreciate this. I just hope that they will credit my bankcard soon.

On the other hand I have several devices that I waited past the "return period"; going through a warranty process is a 'beach', you have to pay for shipping and wait some more for a replacement.

For me Azeca is a "Thumbs Up", it has worked perfectly for 10 months of daily use, with very good sound quality and an 20% increase of potential volume. I recommend this based on my positive experience with the device. Knock-on-wood.

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2.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Fiddly and unreliable 10 de enero de 2013
Por mech4bg - Publicado en
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If this worked as advertised I would absolutely love it. I currently use it plugged into my receiver so I can easily watch the TV via wireless headphones late at night without disturbing anyone (and not getting caught up with a long headphone cable). However I have all sorts of issues with it - sound randomly dropping out (even when right next to the bluetooth headphones), but even worse, terrible problems pairing it with headphones. I had it paired with a set for a few months without issue, until it suddenly stopped pairing with them. I tried for about an hour to re-pair them without any luck. I paired with another set just fine, but then a few nights later they stopped working too. Note that the headphones themselves are just fine and have been re-paired with other devices. The whole pairing process is surprisingly painful too.

Finally, I also found that there was horrible distortion when using this while it was plugged in to charge. I'd have to run it off the battery while listening, and then plug it in when I was done, rather than just leaving it plugged in to charge permanently. Very frustrating.