Stream music from smartphone to car radio that does not have Bluetooth

Stream muziek van smartphone naar autoradio

No Bluetooth in your car? No problem! With a Bluetooth receiver, you can still stream music wirelessly and make hands-free calls. In this blog, we explain how to connect a Bluetooth receiver in a car without Bluetooth and why this is useful.

What is a Bluetooth receiver?

A Bluetooth receiver is a small device that enables Bluetooth on devices that do not have it as standard. You usually connect it to the aux input of your car radio. This allows you to easily connect your smartphone wirelessly to play music and answer calls.

Why use a Bluetooth receiver in the car?

Whether you're driving to work or just doing groceries, listening to your favorite music or making hands-free calls makes the ride more enjoyable and safer. A Bluetooth receiver for the car offers exactly that - and more.

1. Wireless music streaming

A Bluetooth receiver allows you to stream music wirelessly from your smartphone, tablet, or another Bluetooth device to your car's sound system. This gives you easy access to your favorite playlists, podcasts, and audiobooks without the hassle of cables. It provides a smooth listening experience, so you can focus on the road.

2. Hands-free calling

Safety comes first when driving. A Bluetooth receiver makes hands-free calling easy and safe. With the built-in microphone, you can answer, reject, or end calls without taking your hands off the wheel. This reduces distraction and allows you to focus better on the road, making the journey safer for you and other road users.

3. Easy installation

Installing a Bluetooth receiver in your car is quick and simple. Most models can be connected to the AUX input of your car and installed within minutes.

4. Works with various devices

A Bluetooth receiver works with various devices, such as smartphones, tablets, mp3 players, and more. This means you are not tied to one device and can easily switch between different devices to enjoy different types of media.

5. Improved sound quality

With a Bluetooth receiver, you enjoy better sound quality than with traditional FM radio stations. Bluetooth technology uses digital signals, resulting in clearer sound and less interference when listening to music or making phone calls.

How to connect a Bluetooth receiver in the car?

Connecting a Bluetooth receiver is easy and quick. Follow these steps:

  • Buy a Bluetooth receiver: Choose a model & brand of your preference.
  • Connect the Bluetooth receiver to the aux input: Most cars have a 3.5mm aux input. Connect the Bluetooth receiver to this.
  • Power: Some Bluetooth receivers have a built-in battery, others need to be connected to the cigarette lighter for power.
  • Pair your smartphone or other Bluetooth device: Turn on the Bluetooth receiver and pair it with your smartphone. Usually, you have to hold down the pairing button until the LED light flashes. Then go to the Bluetooth settings on your smartphone and select the paired Bluetooth receiver.
  • Start listening to your favorite music or podcast.

Get started with a Bluetooth receiver

Connecting a Bluetooth receiver in a car without Bluetooth is a simple way to improve your driving experience. Enjoy your favorite music and make safe hands-free calls. With just a small investment and a few minutes of your time, you upgrade your car with the latest wireless technology.

Discover the BoomBoom 76. This compact Bluetooth receiver with aptX and NFC is perfect for use in your car without Bluetooth. Enjoy perfect sound quality and automatic pairing every time you get in the car. Who wouldn't want that?

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