Kanex AirBlue Portable Bluetooth Music Receiver

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Kanex AirBlue Portable Bluetooth Music Receiver
Key Features
  • Streams Music Wirelessly
  • Connects to Home Stereo or Speakers
  • Bluetooth v2.1 With EDR
  • Internal Rechargeable Battery
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. Since it's portable, you can easily toss it in your bag and use it at a friend's house, take it along to a get-together or connect it to your car's stereo for jamming out on the road.
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Kanex AirBlue Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Streams Music Wirelessly
  • 3Bluetooth Pairing
  • 4Connects to a Home Stereo or Speakers
  • 5Control Bluetooth Devices Over A/V
  • 6Ultra-Portable
  • 7Charges via USB
  • 8Long-Life Battery

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. Since it's portable, you can easily toss it in your bag and use it at a friend's house, take it along to a get-together or connect it to your car's stereo for jamming out on the road.

Setting it up is simple; connect the AirBlue to your home stereo system with the included cables, and pair your Bluetooth-enabled device with the receiver. The AirBlue receiver uses Bluetooth v2.1 with EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) to provide you with high fidelity and premium audio playback for all your tunes. 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.

Streams Music Wirelessly

The AirBlue music receiver enables you to wirelessly play, listen and control all your favorite media from your iPod touch, iPhone or MP3 player from up to 33 feet away

Bluetooth Pairing

The AirBlue pairs with any A2DP stereo Bluetooth-enabled device to wirelessly receive music

Connects to a Home Stereo or Speakers

You'll be able to hear media from a paired portable device through your home stereo or speakers. The included cables allow you to easily connect the receiver to your system

Control Bluetooth Devices Over A/V

Share, control and listen to your favorite playlist or podcasts wirelessly using the AirBlue through your home theater A/V receiver or powered speakers using the included audio cable

Ultra-Portable

Let your AirBlue tag along wherever you go; stream directly to your stereo, a friend's home entertainment center, or even on the road through your car's stereo

Charges via USB

When it runs out of juice, don't worry -- no power supply is needed to charge the unit. Simply connect it to a USB-powered device to keep it powered up

Long-Life Battery

With up to 10 working hours, you'll have more than enough battery to keep your tunes playing all day long, no matter where you are

Kanex AirBlue Specs

BluetoothVersion 2.1 with EDR system in 2.4GHz ISM band
Transmission Distance33' (10 m)
CompatibilityDevices enabled with A2DP stereo Bluetooth
TerminalsCombined TX/RX RF
ProcessorDSP Co-Processor - 16 and 32-bit run time
Output+4 dBm with level control 13 dB
Audio Codec16-bit stereo codec - 94 dB SNR stereo DAC playback
BatteryInternal rechargeable
RuntimeUp to 10 hours
Dimensions2.0 x 0.5" (51 x 13 mm) (diameter x height)
Weight5 oz (142 g)
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.4 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)5.3 x 3.1 x 1.9"
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Why isn't AirBlue turning on?
Asked by: Anonymous
1. It could be it is not charged. If that's the case, plug it in to a usb port and let it charge for at least 10-15 minutes. then, 2. press and hold the center button. First you have to pair it with your phone or tablet. That requires you to hold the Play/Pause Button for 6 seconds. You should be able to confirm pairing through those devices. Once paired, directions say hold the pause/play button for 4 seconds, I say until you hear 5 ascending notes announcing that it's on and connected (because you hear the notes out our your speakers). You turn off by holding for 4 seconds or listening for 5 descending notes. If left unattended and unused, it will turn itself off after several minutes. If your AirBlue isn't properly connected to your sound system you won't be able to hear the notes.
Answered by: David H.
Date published: 2018-08-28
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