Harman Kardon BTA 10 delivers new level of wireless music streaming

Bluetooth streaming hits new heights on just about any audio system thanks to a name that is normally associated with high end audio systems – Harman Kardon. I am referring to the Harman Kardon BTA 10, where all it takes is for you to plug the Harman Kardon BTA 10 into any analog device (never mind if it is a two-channel receiver that is three decades old or a tabletop dock), and you are good to stream music sans wires over Bluetooth from a smartphone, tablet, or other compatible Bluetooth-enabled device.
You can say that this is a particularly ingenious Bluetooth adapter, bringing a renewed sense of purpose to even old school technology. Audiophiles who own a traditional receiver that power a home entertainment center will definitely appreciate the Harman Kardon BTA 10 as much as the music lover down the road who prefers something more modern, streaming audio from a smartphone into a speaker dock. Heck, with the Harman Kardon BTA 10, you are able to stream music to any source with analog connections, all from up to eight different Bluetooth capable devices.
Not only that, the Harman Kardon BTA 10 is one lightweight puppy, where it tips the scales at just, while measuring a diminutive 2” x 2” – making it far more ideal to place in your pocket than the iPad mini. Sorry, I just could not resist taking a dig at Apple fanboys here. It does not matter if you are using a smartphone or tablet that runs on iOS, Android or Windows, the Harman Kardon BTA 10 is more than capable of meeting these devices in the middle and delivering the right kind of tunes wirelessly. Each purchase of the Harman Kardon BTA 10 will be accompanied by connection cables for both the standard RCA left/right jacks on conventional audio products and the 3.5mm input connections that are normally available on portable and desktop docking products.
I guess you can also say that the Harman Kardon BTA 10 is by far one of the more affordable devices that carry the Harman Kardon name at $59 a pop.
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2 thoughts on “Harman Kardon BTA 10 delivers new level of wireless music streaming”

  1. Bluetooth connection drops
    HK-BTA10 is a great idea and I love it. But, it is annoying when the bluetooth connection drops. iPhone shows it as connected but no sound. I have to switch Bluetooth off and ON and then connect HK-BTA10 in bluetooth settings.

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