Over the past few months I have been hooking up my phone to my Stereo or PC speakers via a 3.5mm audio jack. Which also means I have to leave it plugged in next to my TV or my PC and when I receive a phone call I then have to remove the phone and answer and redo the whole process when I get off the phone. I have a very nice home theatre system and really don’t feel the need to upgrade to get the special perks of some of the new technology. Portable Bluetooth speakers are great when you’re out on the go but not when you want to be in your house and want to listen to music on your home theatre system. Well over the past few years there have been some options, but they all cost a good chunk of change. A few weeks ago I received the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver which broadcasts over Bluetooth. Lets take a look and see if this wireless music receiver will fit your needs in your house.
Special thanks for Diamond for sending us their Wireless Music Receiver to review.
The Diamond Wireless Music Receiver comes in nice retail packaging with a clear and descriptive image on the front of the box. The back of the box goes more into description of the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver with a bigger picture of the unit itself.
When you have everything unboxed you will have the instruction manual, the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver, an Aux cable with 3.5mm to 3.5mm jack, the USB charging cable, and a 3.5mm jack to RCA Red and White which will be used for setting the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver up with an older Receiver.