Usage and Conclusion
Installing the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver was a breeze as most people have setup a bluetooth device with their electronics. Its really that simple just plug it in and look for BTM300 and pair them together and you are in business. It is pretty painless. One of the other things you have to make sure is that you either have the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver plugged into a USB port or you have the battery charged. To fully charge the battery it takes about 2.5 hours. The battery runtime is about 10 hours according to the packaging and with a standby of 7 days. I myself however was getting around 8.5 to 9 hours play time off a battery charge.
For testing out the range I took my cellphone and left my basement and went upstairs to my dinning room and was still hearing music playing. As soon as I tried to head into my living room music cut out. That is about 30+ feet of difference and a different level of the house from the receiver. Most people won’t be using the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver under those circumstances but it is a good test to do. The sound quality was great for being a transferred over bluetooth. The only bad thing I could find with the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver is the built in microphone is not really the best. But most users will not be using the microphone.
Overall the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver has been an amazing product. We here at ThinkComputers give the Diamond Wireless Music Receiver a 10 out of 10 score. Currently you are unable to find these online for sale. They used to be on Amazon for $40 which is a great deal for what the product is used for.
– Bluetooth (wireless)
– Comes with audio cables
– Rechargeable battery powered
– Great range
– Microphone is not the best