One for all – the music device you need to buy…
After the controversy surrounding jack-less smartphones and the rise in Bluetooth music streamers, we decided to take a look into what options there are to enjoy your music without physical cables. The solution, One For All Music Receivers that stream tunes wirelessly via Bluetooth to your hi-fi system.
With the majority of music files stored on smartphones, tablets and laptops, that were not designed for playing music at high resolution it makes perfect sense to have a product that delivers the sound quality your music deserves. The One For All allows you to combine your mobile device and your existing stereo system to create you own media centre.
Here’s how it works, One For All’s new Music Receivers transmit your music wirelessly from your smartphone, tablet or any other Bluetooth-enabled device to a hi-fi system. It’s easily set up in three minutes and compatible with all stream music libraries on Spotify, Tidal, Deezer and YouTube.
Simply connect the sleek, white Music Receiver box to your stereo system or stand-alone speakers, then enable Bluetooth on your smartphone. You now have total control of your music via your phone up to 30 feet from your hi-fi.
You can also connect multiple smart devices simultaneously which is makes it easy to switch between devices when listening with friends.
There are two models in the range, the SV1820 includes a Wolfson DAC (Digital to Analogue Converter) which ensures better sound quality no matter what you connect. It also comes with a digital optical output to prevent any distortion of your favourite music. Alternatively, the SV1810 connects using RCA and 3.5mm cables only.
The One For All SV1820 is priced £49.99, whilst the SV1810 is £29.99.
The Bluetooth Music Receivers are available now from oneforall.co.uk and on Amazon.co.uk