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Kyocera Bluetooth Audio Adapter $17 + Shipping

January 25, 2008 in Nokia Phone Accessories

nline web store is selling the TXBTA10012B Bluetooth 3.5mm Audio Adapter (black) for $19.99 – 15% coupon = $17 + shipping. The 15% coupon in question can be obtained by signing up for an account on the site.

This adapter allows you to connect any audio device (mp3 player, stereo, computer, technically your cell phone too, etc) to a set of A2DP Bluetooth headphones/speakers. It plugs into the device’s 3.5mm audio jack and has its own internal battery that’s charged via USB.

This is a great deal as these audio adapters generally cost a lot more and look twice as bad.

Kyocera Bluetooth Audio Adapter $17 + Shipping

Kyocera Bluetooth Audio Adapter

The Kyocera Bluetooth Audio Adapter: $17 + Shipping

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lvm
12/27/2008
4:24 pm

I was disappointed with the broadcast range. Paired with the Motorola Bluetooth Home Stereo Adapter the signal dies out around six feet.

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