If you don't have a brand new Tesla...or Toyota Prius, or the like, the Firefly is the smallest, and maybe simplest way to upgrade your current car (and home) audio system with Bluetooth compatibility. This tiny cable is also an even tinier receiver that connects your non-Bluetooth stereo to your phone, tablet, or other Bluetooth music devices, enabling streaming of high-quality sound while driving your 2002 Camry, or chilling alongside your circa 1986 boombox in your circa 1986 Villain Chair.
Firefly maker Tunai Creative says their Bluetooth converter uses advanced audio compressions technology to preserve smooth, authentic sound quality. It also allows multiple device connections, storing up to 8 paired devices, so everyone can take a turn touchscreen-ing the tunes.
The Firefly cable includes an AUX extension cable and an AUX to RCA cable for home stereo compatibility. To use in the car, you'll need a USB port (i.e., cigarette lighter converter) and AUX port. The cable measures 5.91" x 3.15" x 1.18" and weighs 4 ounces.
The Firefly Bluetooth music receiver is available for 28% off retail price for a limited time.
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