The Ugreen Receiver is a small device that converts a Bluetooth signal to a 3.5mm audio Aux line-in.
This can be useful in many situations when electronics don’t have Bluetooth built-in and it needs to be added.
Often this happens with older devices such as car stereos or speakers. Older devices can be easily upgraded or a broken internal Bluetooth fixed on the cheap.
It also comes with a built-in mic which makes it nice when hands free calling is needed.
This unit was sent to me to review with my honest opinion and results below.
Bluetooth V4.1 + EDR
Hands-free function, with Music and Playback Control
Built-in microphone for phone calls
Use with home stereos, speakers, car stereos, headphones etc
Operating Distance: up-to 10 meters (30 feet)
Working Time: Up-to 4 hours
The Ugreen Receiver comes with everything needed including the unit, power cable, and instructions.
It has built-in battery that last 4 hours of course it can be left plugged in.
The bottom has a micro-USB power port.
The unit is really simply to use by plugging it into a 3.5mm jack.
Pairing is easy by going into Bluetooth settings and clicking Pair.
After it is paired calls or music can be done over the speakers.
The Ugreen Bluetooth Receiver is a simple device that converts a Bluetooth signal to be fed into a 3.5mm Auxiliary jack.
It works well with car stereo systems or other speakers that have a Aux 3.5mm jack.
I even tested it with a Bluetooth speaker that had a 3.5mm line in and it worked well, which would be an easy fix if the internal Bluetooth card was to go bad.
The Ugreen Bluetooth Receiver works well at what it is built to do which is capture a Bluetooth signal and convert it to a 3.5mm Aux jack.
It is a low cost device which makes it perfect to upgrade older non-Bluetooth devices on the cheap.
With most any smartphone built with Bluetooth being able to transmit wireless is a nice option and easy to do.
I am still testing the unit so far with good results and will update if anything changes.
As always be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure it is a good fit for you.
Can the device be left plugged on to charge and will it still play music? I tried on of the other devices and the moment I tried to plug in the usb cable it stopped the music and I unplugged the charger and it started playing again.