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The August MR230 Bluetooth receiver allows you to add Bluetooth functionality to your audio devices that do not have it. Whether it is your car, Hi-Fi system, speakers, a home theater, an amplifier or even a car radio , each of these devices can now receive a Bluetooth connection in order to play music wirelessly.

Built-in rechargeable battery

With a 10 hour battery this adapter can be taken anywhere with you and installed in your car. It recharges via its USB cable using a 5V mains socket, a cigarette lighter adapter (not included) or directly from a powered USB port.

The MR230 Bluetooth receiver is simply plugged into any device with its 3.5mm jack auxiliary cable and dual RCA cable (white and red) for optimal quality.

Small, Discreet and Portable

Extremely small and discreet, it measures only 5 x 3.5 x 1.3 cm - half the size of a bank card.

It automatically reconnects to your phone or computer when you turn it back on. No need to search for a connection every time. It is compatible with all speakers even those of other brands.

With this adapter you can control music directly from your smartphone, Android or Apple tablet, or Windows and Mac computer. Choose and send the song or audio track, adjust the volume directly from your devices. It gives you total freedom and up to 10 meters of range.

The response frequency of 2.402 - 2.480Ghz will transmit sound with high quality to let you enjoy listening to your music wirelessly. Whether at home, in the car, truck or even motorhome, enjoy your wireless music and audio freedom with this Bluetooth adapter.


AptX Low Latency Bluetooth connection

The connection between your phone, tablet or computer and the Bluetooth receiver is perfect and instant. No sound loss thanks to the aptX LL Bluetooth chip. The addition of Low Latency technology eliminates any transmission delay between the two devices. You can enjoy your songs, audio tracks or podcast in the best quality on your stereo, your home cinema or a radio. Any speaker that does not have the Bluetooth function becomes connected thanks to the August MR230 adapter. Keep your quality speakers just by adding an adapter.

August MR230 August MR250 August MR260 August MR270 August WR320
Bluetooth Receiver NA NA
Bluetooth Transmitter NA NA
Dual Bluetooth Transmitter NA NA NA NA
Bluetooth Version v4.2+aptX Low Latency aptX Low Latency aptX Low Latency v4.1+Aptx Low Latency v4.1+aptX Low Latency
Connections 3.5mm amp; Micro USB 3.5mm amp; Micro USB 3.5mm amp; Micro USB 3.5mm, Optical amp; Micro USB 3.5mm, Optical amp; Micro USB
Battery Life 10 Hours 10 Hours 8 Hours 15 Hours No Battery Need to Plug in Power
WIFI Connections NA NA NA NA
MultiRoom NA NA NA NA
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