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When Apple changed the charging point from 30pin to 8pin it left a lot of our customers with an expensive docking station that they can no longer use.
It could also be the case that you are just simply fed up with getting up from your arm chair to change tracks on your device. Imagine just sitting on your sofa and controlling your music with your device still in your hand, or switching between friends’ music without having to keep docking phones.
This is where our Bluetooth Receivers come in! They fit the 30pin connection (or the AUX input) of your docking station and turn it Bluetooth. These great little gadgets will stream music directly from your new device. Simply plug and play!
Our practical inexpensive products do just this. You don’t need to spend £100’s on an
expensive airplay or Bluetooth docking station. Instead - give your dock an extra lease of life!!
Buyers Guide to LAYEN’s Bluetooth Receivers
1. The LAYEN i-SYNC is our original leading music
receiver. It is a premium receiver, boasting amazing credibility, sound quality
and compatibility. This is where the LAYEN
Bluetooth range started with lots of loyal customers still using this product
today. It will work with most docks on
the market but, like all Bluetooth receivers, there are some that it
occasionally struggles with.
It works with all Bose docking stations, except for the Bose Wave III connect kit and the very first Bose SoundDock, the Series 1. We have designed a special receiver for the Series 1 (see BS-1).
2. The LAYEN i-DOCK 4.1 is our most premium music receiver, with fantastic sound quality, a higher version of Bluetooth, aptX and Multi-Pair function. The i-DOCK has virtually the same compatibility as the i-SYNC.
If you've been looking for a Bluetooth solution for either a Sony or Phillips dock – you may have already encountered some connection problems. Whilst the i-SYNC or i-DOCK will work well with most Sony and Phillips docking stations, some models will unfortunately. If the dock uses a digital music signal - then a 30pin will not work (there is no fix) and you will need to make it Bluetooth via the AUX / 3.5mm headphone jack.
The only way to really know is to buy and try - if you unfortunately find it is
incompatible – you can return it for a full refund. A this point we would recommend an AUX Bluetooth receiver
instead, which will still make your docking station Bluetooth, just connecting
via the AUX port input instead of the 30pin.
Bowers and Wilkins and Bang & Olufsen: these two brands only use a digital signal - a 30pin will NOT work. For these docks / stereo's you must make them Bluetooth via the AUX.
B&W Zeppelin: only the very first 2006 models will work - all others will need to be via the AUX. Zeppelin Mini must be via the AUX.
For any other brands – we’d recommend giving the i-SYNC or i-DOCK a go and again, if there is a compatibility issue you can return for a no quibble refund at which point we would recommend an AUX.
You can use any Bluetooth enabled transmitting device with our music receivers. E.g. Smartphone, Tablet, MP3, Laptop, Mac, PC etc. As long as it has Bluetooth it will work.
For example, using your iPhone: you are connected to our i-SYNC, which is on your Bose II dock - playing your Spotify part collection! : )
So the above is pretty much the Bluetooth market wrapped
Conserve your energy and save yourself the trouble of getting up and down to change albums, join the wireless Bluetooth world.