Review of HomeSpot Bluetooth Audio Receiver with NFC: Bridge Between Sound Systems and Smart Devices

Are you searching an ideal product to connect your phone with the audio system

This review features why you need a HomeSpot Bluetooth audio receiver, as well as all the extraordinary points that make it prominent among similar products.

More and more people move their music collections to mobile phones or laptops. And the increasingly use of streaming music services like Pandora or Spotify makes wireless streaming essential for us. The phone’s small speaker cannot provide high quality sound, when play music with bass or tremble.  Your home audio stereo system has great audio quality. But you can’t easily stream favorite songs or other music to an old model amplifier without wireless function.

There are 3 available ways to solve this problem:

  1. Upgrade your AV receiver to a newer model with wireless function, Bluetooth or Wi-Fi. This may cost you $200-$600, depends on brands and models.
  2. Connect through cables. Each time you want music playing on your phone, you have to find the cable and connect it manually. It’s a little bothersome, not the solution we want.
  3. Get a Bluetooth audio receiver and make a wireless bridge between them. This is the easy and technical way to archive our goal. You can walk around in your house and even outside the build without distortion of the sound. It’s that easy to turn your speakers into a wireless sound system. Sometimes you find techniques make something simple,but amazing.


HomeSpot Bluetooth audio receiver is designed to solve this, the incompatibility between new generation smart devices,such as smart phone, iPod and iPad, and those audio systems or speakers without wireless components. Universality wins out because Bluetooth is pretty much on every mobile device. You can easily fill your room with wireless music in 3 minutes by this little device.

Main Features of HomeSpot Bluetooth audio Receiver

High Quality Sound

With the built-in amplifier, it offers high-quality audio streaming from my phone in high quality sound through my home stereo system. I was hearing significantly improved bass impact and treble in my music, and without distortion. Some other product such as Logitech receiver do have this problem. It is not to say that is the ceiling of the bluetooth music. For a better quality you must get something with apt-X for a higher price.

Flexibility To Go Freely

Makes mobile devices really mobile. It can stream music from up to 50 feet according to other customer experiences. With in that range the connection is valid and live, signal is good even through human bodies or walls. This is the most leading character of HomeSpot Bluetooth audio receiver, almost the longest range you can get from a original  not extended Bluetooth with an antenna. Some other receivers produced by big companies have no such outstanding broadcast ability. That range is enough for my house. If you want a further scale for wireless transmission an extra antenna will be needed, which is  available with this 2x  range bluetooth receiver.

Easy Install Easy Control

HomeSpot-Bluetooth-Audio-ReceiverHomeSpot’s NFC Bluetooth pairing function is highly compatible. It has been tested to work fine with all the main smartphones: Google Nexus, LG Optimus, Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Note, HTC One, HTC EVO 4G LTE, HTC Windows Phone, Nokia Lumia, Sony Experia S, Motorola Droid.

Convenient control and easy to install. Just plug it into your stereo system, and then get connected to your device with just one push of a button. If perhaps your phone has NFC, simply move it near the HomeSpot receiver to create an immediate connection. For Bluetooth phones or computers without NFC, the pairing procedure is just simple follow instruction. Establishing a connection to another standard Bluetooth audio receivers and audio system can be done within munites. Once paring and connecting occurs the wonderful music fills the room instantly. Music and gaming are truly wireless as you wish. By the way, playing PvZ on iPhone via this method seems more alluring than before.

Excellent Customer Rating

HomeSpot NFC-enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System is the best product

"This product do exactly what I want it to . I may buy another one so I can put it on the other stereo in the house."

As for now more than 1000 persons give 5 stars among all the customers who review this amazing product. Reviews with 3 stars or lower account for less than nine percent. Mainly of them are subjective complaints about sound quality. Keep in mind sound quality is half determined by Bluetooth tech itself. Not to mention the sound source affect the overall performance as well.

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What’s in the box?

  • HomeSpot Bluetooth Audio Receiver with NFC
  • A standard USB charger and a USB to micro-USB cable
  • RCA to 3.5 mm audio cable, a 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable
  • User documentation
  • 2-years limited hardware warranty



The HomeSpot receiver acts as a bridge between your phone and the audio system, playing music wirelessly from phone on your A/V receiver is no longer impossible with this gadget. Home stereo system together with this receiver can give near CD-quality sound from your phone or other Bluetooth device through your speakers. Just freely move in your house as you are listening to music. HomeSpot receiver can stream music up to 50 feet which is the longest range you can find for this price. Better than other products, even for those with a higher price. Simply plug it into your stereo. If your phone has NFC, an instant connection can be made through one just tap. The installation is complete, and even you haven’t noticed it.

Wireless is now a life style. HomeSpot wireless Bluetooth receiver is the ideal solution for you because of the balance it strikes between excellent features and a low price (under $30 at Amazon). It has everything you need to, but doesn’t include unnecessary extras. The company has invested in the things that really count – easy installation,fine sound quality, convenient control and the longest range of steaming. This device is a proper choice for anyone who wants to get better-quality sound from a mobile device.

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George N Montalvo
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  • wousell February 15, 2014 at 2:04 am - Reply

    After read this review I did some searching myself and find no homepage of this product. Then I’m worrying about this someway, but I get some real user advice in this page. Duffy responds the quality is just as good. So I decide to get one and thank for your review!

  • nachoG April 18, 2014 at 11:59 am - Reply

    Does not work. I could only get it to work first day. Since then I keep getting error ´Unable to communicate with GT-BT Receiver´, even it is paired. If I unpair it it keeps telling me the same.

    • George April 18, 2014 at 12:31 pm - Reply

      Sorry to hear that. Mine works well for more than 1 years. Have you ever tried to use another Bluetooth device to pair with it? If you have tried and the problem is still on, Just contact the retailer to change for a new one.

  • Anderson J Wang August 22, 2014 at 5:42 pm - Reply

    Can I connect this to a TV via its audio out and connect it with a wireless bluetooth speaker like MINI JAMBOX by Jawbone Wireless Bluetooth Speaker? Thanks!

  • Chan Khemani December 4, 2014 at 1:44 am - Reply

    I can’t pair HomeSpot NFC audio adapter with Sony SRS-2X wireless speaker.
    Please help.

    • portablehifi December 4, 2014 at 2:32 pm - Reply

      Please specify your question so that we can give some advice accordingly.

  • rocco addorisio May 23, 2015 at 5:11 pm - Reply

    Are u able to pair this device with multiple wireless speakers? On the best buy website there is another transmitter that works the same way but can only be paired up with one device at at a time

  • Andy August 2, 2015 at 9:38 am - Reply

    “With the built-in amplifier, it offers high-quality audio streaming from my phone in high quality sound through my home stereo system”

    Built-in amplifier? I don’t think so. That statement makes me question just how much the reviewer understands this product.

  • JR September 27, 2015 at 2:02 am - Reply

    I’m having an extremely difficult time with this unit. I got it to work a few times a few months ago, but now, nothing.

    At my computer: Device Name: GT BT-Receiver 85 Bluetooth device address: 00:10:61:10:48:42 Status: Connected

    At the GT BT device: Green light slowly blinking

    At the Stereo where it’s connected to DAT IN (it had worked in this port before)

    I remember I was able to get the device to work when, by pure chance, I adjusted something in the “Volume Mixer – Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio)” window. In it, the Device Speakers section has a dropdown that allows me to choose “Headphones (GT BT-Receiver 85)/Speakers (Realtek High Definition Audio/ or Speakers (3 C-Media USB Headphone Set)

    But that doesn’t take care of things completely. I think it needs to adjusted in conjunction with the Realtek HD Audio Manager Window…

    What it comes down to is that I don’t understand the relationship between the Volume Mixer window (that comes when you double click on the speaker in the start bar at the bottom of the main screen):
    1) Realtek HD Audio Manager Window Device section (which, when Device = “Headphones (GT BT-Receiver 85)”, just shows “Headphones”
    or when Device = “Speakers”
    shows the multi-item window (System Sounds, Spotify, Mozilla Firefox)
    • There’s something between the relationship of this window with the Realtek HD Audio Manager Window – that contains 3 tabs addressing “Speakers”, “Stereo Mix”, and “Mic in at real panel” respectively, etc. that did the trick once. But I can’t remember what that was.

    This would be a lot easier to understand if I could post pictures showing what I’m talking about.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    • forse September 30, 2015 at 6:43 am - Reply

      Don’t bother to make it works. This device sucks get another apt-x and bluetooth 4.0 one instead.

  • Steve Chastain January 30, 2016 at 2:32 pm - Reply

    I purchased my box in Nov of 2014….it worked really well for about 6 months…then stopped pairing….I tried unplugging it to reboot…but still nothing. I’ve searched for the makers page to try and get help but I find nothing at all.

    I have updated my iPhone 6 to make sure the problem is not with it…..I can pair to many other devices…but this box does not even show up on the list….

    I can unplug it then plug it back in……then all I get is a flashing blue light on the front….I try pushing the pairing button…but nothing….I sure would like this thing to work.

    Steve Chastain

  • Andy February 1, 2016 at 5:37 pm - Reply

    What sort of reviews is this, didnt mention what it sounded like!!! Who cares about NFC pairing, nice to have but not essential, sound is most important. Rubbish review

    • portablehifi February 3, 2016 at 2:40 am - Reply

      Good comment! This review was published years ago in that time not all bluetooth receivers had apt-X on board. So the sound is just mediocre. If you care more about the sound quality the post will help you.
      Bluetooth Receiver with apt-X

  • Brad June 27, 2019 at 10:44 pm - Reply

    The unit wont turn on. No blue light. What should I do?

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