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Stream Music Wirelessly with the On-Q Bluetooth Audio Receiver

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On-Q/Legrand Bluetooth 4.0 Audio ReceiverGot an audio system? Want to stream music wirelessly through those speakers from a Bluetooth-enabled device? The On-Q/Legrand Bluetooth 4.0 Audio Receiver is your solution.

Most audio systems aren’t equipped with Bluetooth, and you would normally need a wired connection to play music from your smartphone, tablet, or any other Bluetooth device. Not anymore! The Bluetooth 4.0 Audio Receiver is simple. You plug it into a power outlet, and connect it to your audio system. Now your audio system has Bluetooth, just like that.

  • Enables Bluetooth connectivity for any audio receiver/amplifier
  • Plugs into a standard electrical outlet
  • USB port charges smartphones, tablets, etc.
  • Class 2 Bluetooth with 30-foot range

www.homecontrols.com/On-Q-Legrand-Bluetooth-4-0-Receiver-OQAU8001V1

OQAU8001V1a_fullYou can pair the receiver with your musically-loaded Bluetooth device, and get to dancing. If the battery for your Bluetooth device gets low, no problem, the receiver has a USB port, so you can charge your music source without skippin a beat.

With support for both the A2DP stereo audio profile and the high-end Bluetooth APT-x audio profile, the Audio Receiver delivers CD-quality HiFi sound to your audio system. It connects to the On-Q/Legrand lyriQ music system or any other home audio receiver/amplifier. Up to six Bluetooth devices can be paired with one receiver.

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