|Made-for-iPod and Works-with-iPhone Bluetooth Transmitter. Plug and play, easy to pair, remembers previously paired devices and re-connects easily. Pairs/connects to stereo receivers with pin codes '0000' or '1111', or '1234' or '8888'. Tiny size, smaller than other Bluetooth Transmitters for iPods, iPhones. Elegant streamline design with luxurious white color, shine and finish for refreshingly new and clean look/feel - unlike the dull finish in other products. Easy to use, no buttons design. With no button there will be no accumulation of unsightly hard-to-clean dirt/grime in the edges of the button, as designed in many other products - some with particularly large button in the front. High quality codec for clear audio, low power. Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR (Enhanced Data Rate), compatible with Bluetooth Stereo Receivers, eg S10 Stereo Headset with pristine audio (with Enhanced Data Rate)|
Great product. Was afraid with my old generation Nano it wouldn't work, but no problem. Plug in and go, just as they advertise. Again, great prodct (I use it to listen to music via bluetooth helmet when I ride my motorcycles), and for the price and ease of use, you can't go wrong. If you have any iPod product without bluetooth built in, this is a must have. You won't be disappointed.
Comment on "Works Great! Even with new Nano (6th g1/22/2011
Thanks to DJ for his review. Just some comments to enhance the experience in using the i10s. A) Regarding the play time with i10s: With the iPod Nano, the i10s is capable of running up to 12 hours streaming Bluetooth music. For iPod classic, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, the run-time is much longer due to the bigger batteries in these devices. In below, iDevice = iPod/iPad/iPhone/iPod Touch. The run-time depends on: 1) Whether you keep the iDevice LCD display on, and the brightness you set the display. For best run-time, turn down/off the LCD display. 2) The Audio volume you set on the iDevice, the higher the volume, the shorter the run time. 3) The distance between the i10s and the receiver, the further the distance the shorter the run time. 4) Any objects (or human body) in the path of the i10s and the receiver, if objects (or human body) between i10s and receiver the shorter the run time. 5) How new the iDevice battery is. If the iDevice battery is new, the run-time will be longer. If the iDevice battery is old, the run time will be shorter. B) The transmitting distance is up to 10m (usually more) with no objects between i10s(transmitter) and receiver. If there are objects (including human body) between i10s and receiver the transmitting distance is shorter. If you do experience cut-outs, try removing objects/obstacles between the i10s and receiver, or re-position the i10s so that it has less obstacles to the receiver. Info KOKKIA
Works Great! Even with new Nano (6th gen)!1/16/2011
Burns down the battery quite fast, but what would you expect for wireless? I can go out and do yardwork withough getting caught in wires and getting headphones yanked out of my ears, and have had it playing for at least a couple of hours at a time, and never ran the battery down past 1/3 power in that time. It took about 3 minutes of fumbling to get it to work, but after that, worked great every time. Very few sound cutouts, but again, wireless, and not bad. This was the only one I could get to work out of the box with the Nano 6th gen. No hassles.