Miccus BluBridge for iPod review: Miccus BluBridge for iPod

CNET Editors' Rating

2.5 stars OK
  • Overall: 5.7
  • Design: 6.0
  • Features: 6.0
  • Performance: 5.0
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The Good The Miccus BluBridge for iPod adds stereo Bluetooth audio streaming to recent models of the iPod MP3 player, and draws all the power it needs directly from the iPod.

The Bad The BluBridge's size and branding aren't discreet, and sound quality could be better.

The Bottom Line The Miccus BluBridge for iPod delivers on its promise to bring stereo Bluetooth to the iPod, but the results aren't impressive.

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The Miccus BluBridge is a stereo (A2DP) Bluetooth adapter made specifically for the iPod. The Blubridge isn't the smallest, sexiest, or best-sounding Bluetooth adapter we've tested, but with a retail price of $59, it is one of the most affordable.

Measuring 1.75 inches wide, 1 inch tall, and just 0.25 inch thick, the BluBridge is about the size of a matchbook. The front features a large white and blue logo that, while not unattractive, isn't the sort of thing design-conscious iPod owners will want to look at every day.

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Miccus BluBridge for iPod

Part Number: blubridge-for-ipod Released: Jun 1, 2009
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  • Release date Jun 1, 2009