TaoTronics Bluetooth Audio Receiver – Unboxing & Review (TT-BR05)

Unboxing and review of the TaoTronics TT-BR05 Bluetooth 4.0 Audio Adapter & Receiver. It adds portable wireless audio streaming from your smartphone, tablet, or computer to your car, home stereo, headphones, and more. Nice design and easy on the wallet, but it has one big flaw. Watch the video to find out what it is.

TaoTronics: http://www.taotronics.com/taotronics-br05.html

Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00Y28CVG2/

Included is a quick bluetooth pairing demonstration with the HTC One M7.

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Filmed on a Canon T3i.

Bluetooth Car Kit, TaoTronics Portable Wireless Audio Adapter with 3.5 mm Stereo Output (Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, Built-in Microphone) for Home Audio Music Streaming Sound System

“The TaoTronics TT-BR05 Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver with EDR + A2DP profiling offers a convenient and functional way to transform audio and hi-fi systems into wireless compatible ones. Pair two devices at once and listen to music or make phone calls with ease. The built-in microphone picks up your voice with clarity so you can chat without problems. With 7 hours of battery life, or 200 hours standby time, there is enough to last most car trips before you need to recharge. Ideal for car or home speakers, you can also enjoy high-fidelity stereo audio through headphones. Simply connect your ear buds once the receiver is synced to a device be blown away as they turn into hands-free Bluetooth headphones. At TaoTronics, not only we offer high quality products, we back them up with 12 month warranty and a 30 day money back guaranty. What’s included: Bluetooth 4.0 Receiver (Model: TT-BR05); Micro USB Charging Cable; 3.5mm Male to Male Audio Adapter; 3.5mm Audio Cable; and User Manual.”



Gixxxer138 says:

There’s plenty of bass with the one I purchased a few days ago. Maybe it was an issue with prior models.

Luis Castellon says:

Hi, I just got this unit and I’m wondering if it’s defective. The sound, particularly the bass, sounds crappy. Is it the same for you? Highs and mids seen fine, it’s just the bass sucks compared to using the aux cable.

I tried another brand not long ago and their sound was fine it just quit charging within a week. Thanks.

43GC says:

what’s the battery life like on this thing? I have a ZuneHD that doesn’t have Bluetooth capabilities and I’m looking to buy some Bluetooth ear buds and this guy might come in handy to make my Zune Bluetooth ready

yeahbuddy92193911 says:

I just got mine from amazon, its getting good sound… the bass is good.

Jerry Stillman says:

I use mine with Voda earbuds and Bowers and Wilkins headphones, both quality gear, and can’t tell the difference between this unit and the audio out jack on my phone. EQ at 60Hz clearly affects the sound. Sounds like you got two duds!

Melissa D says:

Anyone know how to pair it with Bose wireless headphones? It looks like some folks paired with headphone without issue. When I hit “ready to pair” on my headphones and set the TaoTronics receiver to pair, they don’t pair with each other for some reason.  Any advice would be much appreciated.

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