Bluetooth Receiver / Car Kit, TaoTronics Portable Wireless Audio Adapter 3.5 mm Stereo Output (Bluetooth 4.0, A2DP, Built-in Microphone) for Home Audio Music Streaming Sound System

Technical Specification:

  • Bluetooth Version Version 4.0
  • Built in mic yes
  • Bluetooth profile A2DP
  • Working Hours Up to 7 hours

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•TT-BR05 User Manual

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Yes you can. Tested the device when using wired headphones and in the car. Music play back was not interrupted when charging.
The receiver automatically turns off after 8 minutes of no BT connectivity. Turning the receiver back on will auto-connect to your BT and resume play on whatever audio app you're listening to.
Do you mean the cassette adapter that has the cassette with the cord connected to it? If so then yes, you would plug that into the side of this device, the plug they show sticking out of the side is actually a 1/8"(3.55mm) male-to-male adapter, you would just remove that and plug in your cassette adapter and presto instant Bluetooth upgrade. hope this helps
Yes you need to plug it into the aux jack so that the audio is played through the radio. I suppose if you had a little speaker with an audio input you could use that
If you don't turn your Bluetooth off then you don't have to pair every time. It simply connects every time you get close a certain distance. But if you turn it off every time you get out the car then yes, you have to turn it on then go to your phones Bluetooth and connect it/pair.