This Tiny Device Turns Wired Headphones Wireless

The Atech Micro Bluetooth Receiver is an inexpensive way to join the wireless revolution.
The Atech Micro Bluetooth Receiver is an inexpensive way to join the wireless revolution.
September 10, 2018 12:01 am

Sales of wireless headphones have spiked over the past couple of years, but the options for people who aren’t ready to give up their auxiliary ports are becoming limited. Whether you’re just a fan of the reliable quality of old-school wired headphones or you’re having trouble deciding which wireless option is worth the money (and the risk that you won’t like them), finding a stopgap for your wired vs. wireless conundrum is a great compromise. The Atech Micro Bluetooth Receiver gives you the freedom of wireless headphones without the steep prices or questionable quality of your other options.

Atech’s receiver gives you wireless freedom when you’re listening to music at the gym or when you’re driving around: it’s a featherweight Bluetooth receiver that connects to both your headphones and your car’s auxiliary outlet. The HD sound provides the same guaranteed quality that you’re used to with your classic wired earbuds, but you’ll have the freedom of movement that you’d enjoy with new wireless options. You can control volume and playback through the receiver, so you won’t have to dig through your bag or pocket for your phone, and you can secure the receiver to your shirt with a built-in clip for even greater freedom.

Normally the Atech Micro Bluetooth Receiver goes for $49.99, but right now it’s on sale for just $19.99 — that’s a savings of 60%.


Atech Micro Bluetooth Receiver – $19.99

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