What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Jumbl™ Bluetooth 4.0 Hands-Free Calling & A2DP Audio Streaming Adapter/Receiver – Black?

A total of 16 reviews of this product on Reddit.

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13th Aug 2017

Just search for a bluetooth remote. Then you can use any earphones or even helmet speakers you want.

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11th Mar 2017

I ride with in-ears that are plugged into a little bluetooth receiver that is attached to the cuff of my jacket. Really easy to operate blind and very cheap to implement.

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8th Sep 2016

If it helps, I’ve been using this for a while anyway. It’s a Bluetooth stereo adapter with controls. Lasts 8 hours, charges with micro USB. With this, I don’t have to worry about the wire reaching my pocket or getting tangled in things. Plug anything you want into it; I use Etymotic hf5. $22. Jumbl™ Bluetooth 4.0 Hands-Free Calling & A2DP Audio Streaming Adapter/Receiver – Black

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9th Sep 2016

Oh, I have wireless headphones. I’ve also had something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Jumbl8482-Bluetooth-Hands-Free-Streaming-Receiver/dp/B00UUDZLB0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1473456304&sr=8-2&keywords=bluetooth+headphone+adapter forever. I love it. I bought some Kanoa headphones (like EarPods but with a better in-ear fit and waterproof) that I can’t wait to arrive.

But I’m not loving having to upgrade a fleet of 2,000 iPhones and decide whether to spend $100 on new dongles for everyone or make everyone spend the money themselves. I’m not loving trying to help a few thousand users figure out how to use their phones.

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16th Jul 2016

Yes, I have that exact one. I had it plugged into my Aux jack in my car after finding out that it allowed BT voice calls, but not music (A2DP). It works great. Connected to my phone quickly. Not sure how the range is, becasue it was pretty much only used in the car. I was impressed with the battery life, probably 10-12 hours or more. Can be powered/charged while using. Nothing to complain about in terms of sound quality, but it’s not like a car on the Interstate is the optimal listening room. Just be sure to turn down the source volume a few notches or it will clip (same goes for all BT devices). It got annoying to turn on and off every time I started the car, so I worked out another solution. Sometimes when trying to turn it off, sometimes it would call the last number in my log, which was very annoying.

Not sure what you’re trying to do, but I use this Jumbl clippy BT receiver in the gym. Great range, decent battery and easy to use.Can’t workout without it. It keeps my phone out of my pocket where it otherwise might get smashed or fall out of my pocket. I use headphones with a short cord (which I’m dying to replace).

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29th Mar 2016

You could get a cheap Bluetooth headset for your helmet or you could keep your current ear plugs and get a Bluetooth remote like this one.

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13th Feb 2016

I use this: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UUDZLB0/ref=cm_sw_r_other_awd_guPVwbY369MVZ

I use one like this everyday for at least 5 hours while at work, battery is awesome, I get to use the hesdphones of my choice. The quality and volume is the same no mater if I’m plugged into the device or my phone directly. If I forget to charge it I still have the option to plug into my phone and listen.

I’m writing this on my phone so please excuse the mess lol.

Ohh and the receiver I have now is over 2 years old, still going strong and has twin 3.5mm outputs, works good for people sitting together in planes, trains, automobiles…

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29th Sep 2017

This one works fairly well and is $20:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00UUDZLB0

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29th Sep 2017

I’m experimenting with one of these to see if I can live with bluetooth:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00UUDZLB0

So far good battery life and the problems I have had were mostly my phone derping.

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25th Sep 2016

Just buy this thing, it works great:

Jumbl8482; Bluetooth 4.0 Hands-Free Calling & A2DP Audio Streaming Adapter/Receiver – Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00UUDZLB0/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_Qyf6xb374NK2F

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16th Jun 2016

A cheap Bluetooth remote was going to be my suggestion, too. Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Jumbl-Bluetooth-Hands-Free-Streaming-Receiver/dp/B00UUDZLB0/

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17th Oct 2015

I dont if this will work for you but bluetooth 4.0 remote.

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8th Sep 2016

This is what everyone needs to buy. Now you dont have to give up your crappy $4 headphones that you “love so much”
Just glue it to the back of your phone. BOOM. Headphone jack is back. And you can change songs without turning on the phone.

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5th Jul 2016

Bluetooth isn’t going to give you the range you’ll need. You could just use your phone (unlimited mobile to mobile) and use something like Jumbl with a wired headset inside your helmet. This is what I use but mostly for music.