Trying to find the best wireless audio system adapter is crucial. Selecting the wrong one can be a nightmare, and ruin your listening pleasure, so we thought we’d take a look at the following adapters.
Wireless Audio System Adapter Recommendations
Bose Wireless Audio System Adapter, Black
Arguably one of the most popular adapters is the Bose Wireless Audio System Adapter. Most commonly found in black, but also available in other colors, it comes with an excellent reputation. It is possible to easily connect this adapter with any pre-existing stereo system or any pre-existing home theater system to stream music wirelessly around your home.
It is able to do this using your home Wi-Fi network or Bluetooth, and this allows you to use the adapter with some of the most popular music playback programs including Spotify, Pandora and Amazon music to name just a few. Many users have expanded by using other Sound Touch speakers, which enables you to stream music throughout your home and play the same song in different rooms. The best feature of this adapter is its ease of setup. It comes packaged with cables for 3.5mm mini-stereo, RCA or digital optical interfaces. It is simply just plug n play!
You can also download the app to allow you to play and control your music using your phone or tablet. With saved pre-sets, you can even make this process easier!
Etekcity Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver Audio Adapter (NFC-Enabled)
Next up, we would recommend the Etekcity Wireless Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver Audio Adapter. This is a great way to quickly convert your traditional speakers to become Bluetooth compatible. The Etekcity is able to connect to your speakers using a conventional 3.5mm or 3.5mm to 2RCA audio cable. This allows users the ability to stream music directly from your Bluetooth device to your speakers, without having to buy Bluetooth speakers, saving you a lot of money in the process. We tested it with a wide range of Bluetooth devices, including tablets, smartphones, and computers, and we managed to connect and use with ease.
When it comes to re-pairing your Bluetooth device with the speakers, it can be done in a matter of seconds, thanks in part to the NFC Instant Connection. For new devices, you just need to connect the device with one click and the speakers are able to pick up the device in a few seconds. After that first connection, re-pairing is an automatic process.
Bluetooth V4.0 consumes much less energy than older versions of Bluetooth. This means it uses less energy which allows the Audio Receiver around 10 hours of play back before it needs another charge. The charging process only takes a couple of hours.
Have you used these two wireless audio system adapter devices? Let us know!