Bluetooth Receivers from $9.00 to $200.00 The good, bad and the ugly.

Bluetooth Receivers from $9.00 to $200.00 The good, bad and the ugly.

Bluetooth Adapters, some are great and some not so good. Add Bluetooth to most any Stereo using one of these Bluetooth audio adapters.

BluDento [Upgraded Version] 5.0 aptX HD, True HiFi Long Range Bluetooth Music Audio Receiver, Designed for Home Stereo & Pre Amplifier & External DAC. Now $119.00

Audioengine B1 Bluetooth Music Receiver with 5.0 aptX HD, Extended range and High fidelity 24 bit DAC, Optical & Analog Outputs for Home Audio

Miccus RTX 2.0

Miccus Swivel Jack RTX

LOGITECH receiver….

Harman Kardon BTA-10 External Bluetooth Adapter

Fusion MS-BT100 Bluetooth Dongle

JL Audio MBT-RX Bluetooth Audio Receiver

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Audioengine B1 Bluetooth Music Receiver with 24Bit DAC
BluDento Hi-Fi Bluetooth Stereo Audio Receiver, 4.2 aptX ( cant get the BLT HD in CA)
Fusion Fus-MS-Bt100 Bluetooth Module
JL Audio MBT-RX Marine-rated Bluetooth® adapter
Miccus Swivel Jack RTX
Proven 300ft Long Range Bluetooth Transmitter Receiver for TV or Stereo, Connect Speaker or Headphones, aptX Low Latency Wireless Adapter, Listen in HD No Audio Delay Optical RCA AUX 3.5mm(Home RTX 2.0
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter


  1. John Shoemaker on December 31, 2020 at 1:49 am

    Have you used a bluetooth receiver to add a upgraded subwoofer to a Samsung soundbar?

  2. Alfalfa on December 31, 2020 at 1:50 am

    Considering buying an integrated amp and since I stream most of the time, my question is do I forfiet the built in DAC and go with an external like the Modi 3 like I use on my other systems? I don’t know if the built in DACs are better than the external ones. I am considering amps like the Yamaha AS 501 or the Denon PMA 800 examples. Also, do I forfiet the built in bluetooth and go with the BluDento like I also have in my other systems? Since DACs and bluetooth receivers get more improved, I don’twant to be stuck with outdated built ins in my amp. Any thoughts would much be appreciated!

  3. AverageNiceGuy on December 31, 2020 at 1:55 am

    Hahaaa, I was so happy to see that the AudioEngine made your list!
    I’ve been using one for about a year.
    I was not sure if I was missing much on soud quality.

  4. Ryan Truong on December 31, 2020 at 1:57 am

    Does anyone getting a popping sound on the Logitech like me? It pop in between songs when it’s all quiet or when I have no music playing.

  5. smasher 85 on December 31, 2020 at 2:03 am

    Harman and kardon baby ❤️👍🏾

  6. kasey vaughn on December 31, 2020 at 2:03 am

    ok this is a great vid , but one thing im looking for is to use blue tooth to mix as a dj , so im looking for a way to not have a cord that runs to my head phones , you have any idea what i can use ?

  7. skizzlemane1 on December 31, 2020 at 2:03 am

    1:30 I don’t either dude 😂 you mentioned that the smaller ones seem to not sound as good perhaps it’s the fact that it’s really old tech? I have a BT4.2 adapter and can’t handle the degradation vs BT5.0 so I definitely can understand you not liking the sound., Bluetooth codec is almost up to full MP3 quality now days 👍🏼 and although I have a few wonderful pieces of “audiophile grade” equipment, I unfortunately don’t have time lately to listen through that. Hence why I’m here just trying to gain some knowlege… but come on man 😂 it’s the firmware that is the reason that thing sucks

  8. Donald DeOrio on December 31, 2020 at 2:04 am

    You should check out Ifi Zen Blue DAC for $129 which is great for the price. High quality product supports bluetooth 5.0 and all the codecs out there

  9. Jovan Connery on December 31, 2020 at 2:06 am

    Does the logitech support surround sound?

  10. Lily Langman on December 31, 2020 at 2:08 am

    I am learning a lot from your channel, Thank you sir! Howerver I dont know much about blue tooth for home stereo. I have a Yamaha AV reciever RX-V565. With the Audio Engine B1 and or the Dento BLT-HD, you can stream into my reciever from my smart phone or tablet device correct, but can I also Bluetooth out to patio speakers as well? Also I assume I will need to change where the Bluetooth device is connected to on my reciever depending on if I want to send or recieve correct?
    Thanks in advance sir.

  11. Waleed Almurshidy on December 31, 2020 at 2:11 am

    Nice video. I have been trying to find a solution to avoid wires running around my living room after I switched to a projector. Still can’t decide though. I have a 5 speakers sound system with a subwoofer receives a 3.5 stereo feed (still splits into 5 channels and I don’t know how).

  12. James Mahaney on December 31, 2020 at 2:11 am

    Would the Bluetooth transmitters be good to connect to my computer (that doesn’t have Bluetooth cause I forgot to add it 😅) for my Bose Bluetooth headphones?

  13. Alfalfa on December 31, 2020 at 2:11 am

    So listening to Brian Culbertson’s Colors of Love cd for the last half hour, I do definitely notice a difference with the Schiit modi 3 dac. More punch and more detailed highs such as cymbals and brushes on the drums. I’m using a vintage pair of Wharfedale diamond 7’s, and they sound great. It’s just my system in the garage and acoustics are wonderful!

  14. Matthew Burgess on December 31, 2020 at 2:11 am

    Novice Question: If I want to listen to my stereo in the other room via bluetooth AND I do not have bluetooth capable speakers, then I will need a transmitter from my stereo and a receiver on my powered speakers, correct? Currently on the stereo, I have the AUX send (RCA) available or the B Speakers (bare speaker wire). I have small JBL powered speakers that have 1/4" and/or RCA inputs. So what do I need? Are all transmitters/receivers compatible? Thank you!

  15. mgreene939 on December 31, 2020 at 2:12 am

    I need something I can connect to my school’s gym sound system….1/4” output would be best….xlr is good too . I bought an Alto Professional Total Bluetooth adapter. It works ok, but the range is a little short. The signal needs to make it through stage curtains and several feet away.

  16. Ralph DiCecca on December 31, 2020 at 2:15 am

    Excellent vid, thank you

  17. Datbass on December 31, 2020 at 2:17 am

    Try BTR5, qeudelix 5k, whole new world.

  18. The Cynic on December 31, 2020 at 2:17 am

    Wow I forgot I used to do that with my car. Horible sound

  19. Alfalfa on December 31, 2020 at 2:18 am

    The first BT receiver I tried was a couple of weeks ago, called the Rocketfish purchased at Best Buy for $59. Hooked it up by itself, no seperate dac, and instantly there was skipping on every video I watched on Youtube on my LG android tablet. I also paired the Rocketfish to my android phone, and there wasn’t any skipping. So that’s when I ordered the BluDento and no skipping at all. I even cleared the cache on my tablet and that didn’t seem to help the skipping at all. So, I am sticking to what I know and have another BluDento on it’s way for my other system.

  20. Surferant666 on December 31, 2020 at 2:26 am

    Hi can anyone help me.
    I want to bluetooth my car system and make it 4.1 or 5.1 surround sound.
    I do have a bluetooth dongle with bluetooth 5.1 version using a usb input for power with a 3.5mm jack input. Id like to use a 4 way amp and sub amp in surround sound with a
    Maybe a centre speaker later. Any suggestions

  21. Jim Luceplan on December 31, 2020 at 2:32 am

    Cheers ! I thought so:) Ordered the Blue Dento, will arrive shortly. I still find it difficult to comprehend that various BT devices would produce such a various sound difference, perhaps I will order a few more in the future and try to do some AB comparisons. Looking forward to these results ! {Nuforce Dac-9, Cambridge 851E, Cabridge 851W, Paradigm Tributes and Hegel H120 + Dynaudio Special 40 + Blue Dento}

  22. Pablo Osorio on December 31, 2020 at 2:35 am

    hello buddy, thanks for the great video… but i have a question…what quality bluetooth adaptor would you recomend me to connect to a classic music system sony grx70 ?, is it worth it to connect a BT adaptor that supports LDAC o aptX HD that i can buy on aliexpress(there so many that i cannot decide)?, I want to transmit a better quality sound from my smartphone thru TIDAL, and also making config to my phone… is it possible to notice a better hifi quality sound if I do what I have planned?.. thank you , cheers!

  23. Stefan Garcia on December 31, 2020 at 2:35 am

    what reciever would you suggest for connecting airpods to an xbox controller

  24. Alfalfa on December 31, 2020 at 2:37 am

    I have a bludento bt hd and it’s a great unit. I want to bypass the dac to my Schiit Modi 3 but can’t figure out how to. The bludento is hooked up to my vintage Pioneer SX780

  25. Adam Carver on December 31, 2020 at 2:38 am

    By chance do you have an oscilloscope to check if the signal is actually sinusoidal and is equivalent in power for both sides? I know I just got some cheap boards and found that one isn’t even a sign wave while the other has a severe voltage change from one side to the other.

  26. Randall Marsh on December 31, 2020 at 2:38 am

    Ive been wanting to get the bta 10…im happy to find out it works well.. Ty for the review 👍

  27. Adhanzz Yousuff on December 31, 2020 at 2:39 am

    Hello sir,,a bit question,,the bluetooth B1 can support audio 5.1 ch dolby surround from AV recievers using conection fiber optical,,☺️☺️need a bit advice from u sir😅😅👍👍,tq

  28. Thunderstorm Loft on December 31, 2020 at 2:40 am

    Sadly you don’t have Ugreen and MPOW products 😢. You need those 2 infamous adapters in your private collection 😂

  29. Jocelyn Blériot on December 31, 2020 at 2:41 am

    Hello, thanks for the videos. I have a question – I would like to add a pair of Bluetooth speakers to my traditional HiFi setup. By that I mean keep the amp (Denon PMA480R) and wired speakers as is, just add 2 speakers without having to use cables. Is that possible? Thanks

  30. Jim Luceplan on December 31, 2020 at 2:42 am

    Too bad about the cut off at 10:43 mins – What about the Blu Dento ?