I’d say it may run 3 hours on a charge, not the 20 hours stated in some of the products’ previous write ups. It is extremely lightweight but that is neither a pro or con, it’s just lightweight. Overall, it is good looking, portable and practical product that I would recommend anytime. Works well but the battery seems to run down a lot quicker than advertised. If I’m working on the computer on the couch I can control everything without getting up and whatever can play on the computer plays on the stereo. I have been listening to music for hours at a time without charging so battery life is not an issue. Classic puzzler ‘Lemmings’ returns as a free-to-play mobile game.
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I was in a dilemma between Belkin product and Kanex AirBlue. My phone was hooked up to my BT headset for phone audio, and was hooked to the Kanex for media audio, and my notebook might have been talking to it as well and audio got very chopped. I’m happy with the product. Two audio cables are included that should cover most applications.
Setup and pairing Setup of the AirBlue is a piece of cake. But every time I turn-off the bluetooth or my car, I need need to hold the power button for 4 seconds.
It was painful airbkue listen to, and I gave up after several tries. However, I’m happy with the Kanex AirBlue’s range, airbule of setup, looks, and excellent low-noise sound quality. Months later however, the female jack also broke and cannot be used anymore.
No Longer Available Update Location close. The Kanex AirBlue Portable Bluetooth Music Receiver is a portable music receiver that lets you wirelessly play, listen and control media from your Apple iPod touch, iPhone or MP3 player or any other Bluetooth-enabled device through your home stereo or speakers from up to 33 feet away.
AirBlue – Bluetooth Music Receiver
I kept the AirBue in my shirt pocket during normal usage without any mishandling. Probably due to audio compression during transmission. So I continued to use it with rubber bands. But, because of its design and rechargeable battery, I took a risk and purchased it anyways.
Took away 1 star for wireless range, i did run into interference here and there under 15 feet. It is extremely lightweight but that is neither a pro or con, it’s just lightweight. I may buy two more units.
Like most devices which are not directly wired to radios or any device it gives a very small hiss sound but depends also on quality of speakers in vehicle.
Because it turns the AirBlue off and saves the battery, instead of constantly searching bluetioth bluetooth devices. Be the first to review this item. Airbllue will always sound better than wireless regardless. I use expensive Shure headphones to listen to my iTunes while walking maybe three or four times a week.
The AirBlue features an internal rechargeable battery that recharges when you connect it to a USB-enabled device so you can keep the tunes rolling.
Kanex AirBlue Portable Bluetooth Music Receiver AIRBLUE B&H
Rather than use the standard 3. For a airblus solution, the AirBlue comes with a lot of little cables below. I guess, this is good feature. If you have been in a car like the Ford Fusion which streams music via Bluetooth this is close to that option though that’s depending if car has an AUX port. For some, the construct might feel a bit plasticky, but for me it is just fine, because I bluetooh hold it in hands anyways.
Kanex AirBlue Portable Bluetooth Music Receiver (photos)
Sometimes my phone and Airblue wouldn’t connect properly, so I have to reconnect them again to receive proper sound. If I’m working on the computer on the couch I can control everything without getting up and whatever can play on the computer plays on the stereo. It’s tiny enough to go on trips with me and my iPhone, and will work great in rental cars. Then the plastic cover came loose and broke.
Kanex AirBlue: A portable Bluetooth music solution
Pairing the unit is also quite easy. With a single tap, the iPhone and AirBlue were paired.
Reducing the amount of things talking to it fixed it.