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  • Extract and convert the audio from your HDMI signal to 3.5mm audio in 2.1 stereo sound
  • Works with HDMI source devices such as Blu-ray players and computers
  • Supports resolutions up to 1080p
  • HDCP comliant HDMI pass through port
  • HDMI audio extractor / HDMI audio converter / HDMI to analog audio / HDMI to 2.1 audio / HDMI 2-channel audio extractor / HDMI to 3.5mm audio converter

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Customer Reviews

Did exactly what I needed it to do. I ... Did exactly what I needed it to do. I really appreciate that you can use it even without connecting the output, which means I can leave this in my media rack to pull off the audio from an HDMI splitter.This product has a couple downsides:- It's DC, and I think the lack of ground caused me problems when I first tried using it with long audio runs that spanned different sides of the apartment.- When the input is off, it buzzes. 4Nobody reads 5-star reviews, but I couldn't find anything wrong. After scratching my head to find something bad to say about the BT2A, I finally decided that having to plug in into a wall outlet was inconvenient and it did not have unlimited range. I have one of the original potatochip-can Alexas. It has no connection for audio and only plays mono. Using the Alexa app it immediately paired to the BT2A. The 3.5mm output is stereo. The sound quality on my Sennheiser headphones was excellent. You can switch from bluetooth back to the Alexa's internal speaker by simply telling Alexa "turn off bluetooth." If you want music to your stereo system, "turn on bluetooth" switches it back.I unplugged it and moved it to different locations. Up to about 40 feet and through one wall, each time I plugged it back in and told Alexa to turn it back on, it immediately paired. I suspect the range is variable based on wall construction as well as distance. In my home, two walls and a flight of stairs was too far.Remember, it's a RECEIVER. That is only half of the range issue. The location, strength and quality of the transmitter has a lot to do with the range. Electrical noise and interference can also prevent reliability. A device may claim Bluetooth capability, but unless it says what type of Bluetooth, you really have no idea of range. I am assuming that the "2" in the BT2A may indicate type-2, which would suggest a 2.5mw power level and be able to return a handshake at 30-40 feet, IF it can receive the transmitted signal.As far as pairing, there was no difference between my Amazon Dot and the original Alexa Echo. Unless the BT2A stops working or burns up, I am not going to be able to complain. 5Either a bad unit or poorly implemented bluetooth design. Sorry but unit would constantly lose "pairing" with any of the devices I used - iPhones, iPads, etc. which were fine with other bluetooth receivers like my JBL Charge or my Plantronics earphones. Wasn't the output (tried both the coax and optical) and was using only a few feet apart. Made trying to listen to music impossible. Returned unit for credit. 1AVOID! Decent sound but has a terrible range, even when I'm 2m away, when my iPhone is between my body the the receiver it cuts out intermittently. For the price range I'm very disappointed. Returned for a refund. My cheap tiny bluetooth speaker receiver has more range than this. 1Another gizmo for the recycling bin. Useless. Connects easily but pitiful range and continuously drops the signal from very close sources.I bought it because it would power via USB from my Yamaha amp and connect via toslink (freeing up other rca jacks).Blinks constantly! Annoying.And now it collects dust as listening to music and hearing it stutter on and off is very displeasure.I would have had much more enjoyment lighting the $52.99 on fire. 1Don't end up like me Don't end up like me. Believe the bad reviews. I made two rookie mistakes: saw a strong review somewhere in an online hi-fi site, and ignored the problems with connectivity that run rampant through these comments. The latter are all true. Currently have my ipad four feet from the device, and it still keeps cutting out. Plus it feels flimsy and cheaply made. 1Changed my musical life! I was greatly surprised to the upside with this device. It breathed new life into my vintage (old) hi fi system. I rediscovered my digital library by streaming it to my system -- it is surprising how quickly you can settle for inferior sound from tiny speakers. It was easy to use, sounds great and based upon my usage to date is a quality product. Highly recommended vs other blue tooth receivers costing the same or more. 5Decent.... Depending On What You Expect For Quality Sound Pretty decent product and price as it is doing what it I am looking for it to do which is allow me to connect my ipod to my 5 year old home theatre receiver. Connection to bluetooth for me was pretty quick and easy...almost plug and play easy. For that only I would give it 5 stars. I would rate it that high overall but the Bluetooth connection only gives me about 8-10 feet before it starts to get a sketchy connection. The sound is decent but you have to crank the volume up twice as high as all the other connections to get the same sound volume (if that makes sense?). I connected this via the AV cable that it came with and then also with a optical digital cable (does not come with this) and the sound quality was exactly the same so that was disappointing to a point. If you are a crazy audio geek and want to use this for a home stereo and expect DTS type sound then this is probably not the item for you honestly. I do not use it for car audio so I can't review that. 3Excellent sound, using AptX & Toslink, but Weak antenna I upgraded to this receiver from a Belkin Songstream HD BT B17 in order to use AptX. Listening through the Toslink output, which I split between an AV receiver and a separate DAC/headphone-amp setup, I found the Startech's sound quality noticeably better, particularly in the treble range when listening to high-bitrate sources. I only had the analog-out hooked up briefly to test, but that sounds excellent as well.However, the Startech's Bluetooth receiving range is worse than the Belkin it replaced, probably due to the use of a tiny "chip" antenna (squeezed onto a tiny daughtercard with the shielded Bluetooth receiver module) rather than a resonant PCB trace, which would have been more effective. I'll include a photo of the board, with its antenna circled in yellow.Also, the orientation of this already-weak antenna on the board is such that its weakest reception will be from the front (and rear), which is where many people would naturally have their source device positioned. As another reviewer mentioned, propping up or hanging the receiver vertically, with its cables coming out either the top or bottom should help improve the range.(If anyone feels like modifying their unit, and obviously voiding the warranty, replacing that chip antenna with a stiff wire of the appropriate length, soldered to its non-grounded terminal should make for a big improvement. Try 7.75cm / 3.05", which is 5/8 of a wave at 2.42GHz, or 3.1cm/1.22" for a quarter wave, and position it as far away from other components as possible, ideally broadside to where you want the most range. Leaving the chip antenna connected in parallel as well might work OK. There are solder pads for a u.FL coax connector, but a tiny surface-mount resistor may have to be moved to enable that).The range is still adequate for me, fully covering the 15x20' room I use it in when fed from a Moto G5 Plus phone, which seems to have a stronger than average Bluetooth transmitter (incidentally, I'd read that this phone was AptX-capable like older Moto G's, but it didn't actually seem to be until I added the codec myself; this is simple to, but does require root. logcat | grep "Selected Codec" to confirm use of aptX vs. SBC). My husband's iPhone 7 starts to drop out at about 15' away. Neither can be received any more from behind a wall or door, but we don't really need that, so I decided not to do any modification.It didn't come out well in my photo, but I confirmed use of the advertised Wolfson WM8524G DAC (AC coupled to the analog output via 220 uF capacitors), along with a Wolfson WM8804G as the SPDIF transmitter driving the Toslink port... The 5VDC input is protected against reverse polarity with a series diode, then stepped down to 3.3V with a linear regulator. All components appear to run from this common 3.3V source, but it seems to be well-filtered on the analog side, which has an isolated ground plane tied to main ground through an inductor.After two days, I haven't yet noticed any of the sound dropout issues others have mentioned, but we live in a low-density area without much 2.4GHz interference - only two neighbors' Wifi networks are detectable indoors; no cordless phones share the band, etc. The weak antenna might make this receiver more susceptible to local interference where it does exist. 4Sound drop issues Setup is easy. Paired it with some unused computer speakers/subwoofer. Sounds really good when it works right. Unfortunately it drops the sound at regular intervals. The drops are a half second, but they are very annoying. I'm assuming that its losing the bluetooth signal. I tried it with an iPhone 4S and a Samsung Galaxy S5 and both had sound drop issues. Didn't even matter if they phone was sitting right on top of the unit. I have a standalone bluetooth speaker (UE mini boom) and it never drops sound.The bluetooth signal only works to 15 feet out before it drops completely. 2
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