The stealthy Kanex AirBlue is a Bluetooth device that receives audio streamed from an A2DP-compatible device and outputs that audio to another device.
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Audio is output through this 3.5mm analog connection. The AirBlue includes a 3.5mm audio patch cable and a 3.5mm-to-RCA adapter for easy connection to almost any receiver.
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The AirBlue charges via this Mini-USB port and an included USB cable. Use time on a full charge is about 10 hours.
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The stealthy AirBlue is easily pocketable thanks to its thin profile and featherlight weight.
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During our testing of the AirBlue, we were able to stream audio to a set of PC speakers, a car stereo, and a home theater system.
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The AirBlue is designed to work with stereo equipment, but in a pinch headphones will also do.
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