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TP-Link HA100 Bluetooth Music Receiver
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- Transmits up to 20 meters (66 feet) away, within direct line of sight.
- Bluetooth 4. 1, compatible with all A2DP stereo Bluetooth devices.
- Connects to any stereo supporting 3. 5mm or RCA jacks.
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TP-Link HA100 Bluetooth Music Receiver stream music wirelessly from your smartphone/tablet. Or connect to any stereo/stand-alone speaker via Bluetooth. Connect with your Bluetooth or NFC-enabled device, using the HA100 or NFC Tag.
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Now, my old mpow unit was good, but it had two issues which I despised:
1. Had to be powered on manually by holding the button for a few seconds
2. Had a "feedback" noise when charging and playing audio at the same time
I hated having to always turn it on whenever you got back into the car, and then having to manually pair it on my phone most of the time. But once it was on, it worked pretty well. Unless, of course, it was charging. In sync with the acceleration in my car, it would produce a subtle (but audible) feedback noise while driving. As my speed increased, so did the noise.
Fast-forward to today, when I received this unit. At first, it did not want to work. I plugged it into my aux port and charger. It turned on when my car turned on, but I could not connect to it on my phone. I read what "NFC" was, and decided I did not want that. So I restarted my phone. I turned the car back on, and this time it connected.
I then decided to drive around a bit. There was no feedback while I was driving, which was a huge plus for me. Sound quality was great, too.
I shut my car off, and the unit turned off automatically. I turned my car back on, and two magical things happened. First, the bluetooth device turned on automatically, as it had been doing. Second, my phone automatically connected to it. No manual touching of the device. No having to tap the bluetooth icon on my phone and pair it manually.
So for me, this is an awesome device for several reasons:
1. Sound quality is great so far
2. Turns on / off automatically
3. My phone pairs and connects to the device automatically
4. No humming noises or feedback sounds while driving, meaning I can leave the device plugged in and not have to worry about anything
My wife has a new Fiat, radio has aux-in (3.5mm) and USB in the glovebox. Device goes on when car on, off when car off. Audio is medium-FI (Bose) and no static (had been concerned about alternator hum). When playing lossless audio (FLAC -> samsung note 3 - > this BT receiver sound is unconstrained (not that I'm a golden ears or anything). One of my friends has a no-name BT receiver, and given a blind ABA I can tell when it's this receiver (sounds better).
Cons: Does not automatically connect when powered on, so you need to connect from the phone end. If you have an Android device and use car mode this is dead easy to automate (plugins/secure settings/actions/connect BT TP-LINK). I expect it's like this because the designers were aiming at the home market, so always on (although many HT receivers *do* have switched outlets).