Power of Blue­tooth

Gadgets and Gizmos (India) - - TEST BENCH -

WE TAKE THINGS FOR granted un­til they are gone. So is the case with Blue­tooth tech­nol­ogy. For so many years, we have had Blue­tooth in al­most all our gad­gets. We rely on it to trans­fer data too. But we no­tice its im­por­tance most when it isn’t there, spe­cially in home the­atre sys­tems. Most of the ex­ist­ing home the­atre sys­tems and old car au­dio sys­tems aren’t Blue­tooth en­abled. Hence, we have to rely on the age old method of con­nect­ing the phone, tablet or lap­top us­ing a 3.5mm ca­ble to play the con­tent. How­ever, niche Blue­tooth au­dio re­ceivers come in handy for such sit­u­a­tions. Zoook’s Blue­tooth Au­dio Re­ceiver is a small, com­pact de­vice with a built-in bat­tery. It has two LEDs – blue and red – that show the sta­tus for pair­ing mode, low on bat­tery or when paired. The re­ceiver comes with a 3.5mm ca­ble, which can be eas­ily plugged into any home the­atre sys­tem’s au­dio-in port. Turn­ing on the re­ceiver starts the search for Blue­tooth en­abled de­vices. Once paired, it starts stream­ing the mu­sic over the au­dio sys­tem. Used af­ter a few days, the re­ceiver in­stantly searched for the ex­ist­ing paired de­vices. Long press­ing the play or stop but­ton switches it to the pair­ing mode, where red and blue light flases al­ter­nately. Once fully charged, the re­ceiver can stream con­tent for close to 7 hours.

Easy to

pair Long press to switch to pair­ing

mode

LED no­ti­fi­ca­tions for pair­ing

mode

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