980-000910 音楽ストリーミング用 Bluetooth オーディオアダプター Logitech社【並行輸入】
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That's pretty annoying. As a result, when I'm done using this unit I have to "forget bluetooth device" on my phone, otherwise it will just keep trying to connect to this one. I suppose I could turn off this Logitech when I don't want to use it, except there's no on/off switch - so you'd have to unplug the Logitech, but that's a bit of a pain and I shouldn't have to. The idea when I bought this Logitech was to have it hooked up to my primary stereo in the living room - an old school stereo before Bluetooth was around. When I want to listen through my big stereo, I connect to this Logitech. When I don't want to listen to the big stereo, I disconnect and I connect to something else...or to nothing. But that's not an option - the Logitech always wants to automatically connect to any device that it's paired to. None of my other Bluetooth devices do this with exception of the car, but it makes sense to do that in the car because it's only on when the car is on, and you can safely assume that when the car is on you want your phone to connect with the car's Bluetooth.
Anyway..it's a pain, and it means you have to either unplug this Logitech, or unpair it (aka, forget the pairing) on your phone every time. If I had known that, I would have purchased a different model.
Note: It is recommended that you also purchase a smart power switcher with this product. Because, your phone will still pair with this device even when your sound system is turned off. So, if your phone rings and it is still paired to this Logitech Adapter, you will not hear any sound out of your phone. To fix this I purchased an ELK-912B Power Relay and connected it to the trigger-out on my whole house audio system. I also recommended to the manufacture that they have this trigger function built-in so there is no need to purchase a separate device.
Does what it says it does.
Only downside, which can be managed with some electrical tape is the cabling I use weighs more than this little module. So it's already I had a fixable issue with it being drug off the top of my receiver a couple times.
A 5V USB type power connector would have been a better option than a wall wart and a barrel plug for it's power, but oh well. I'm happy with it.
Some have scoffed at the subtle glow it constantly gives off on the base. Like I said, "Subtle", it's not a distracting blue LED like some of the other items I've owned which resulted in having to put tape over the light or using a Sharpee to slightly mute the vibrancy. It's no more distracting than the illumination coming from the clock on my cable box.
Tape is the answer to most of life's problems.