This tiny device turns your old home stereo into a wireless bluetooth receiver. Beam tunes from your smartphone to your bluetooth-less home stereo speakers with the help of the Firefly connector.
One of the frustrating things about technology is how rapidly it can become redundant. Take bluetooth for an example, it’s only in a few short years that bluetooth connectivity has become a standard – and it’s now a connectivity we look for, even expect, everywhere.
But what about that home entertainment system you dropped thousands of dollars on only a few short years ago? They still put out some beautiful beats, but they lack bluetooth connectivity.
So what’s the solution? Well Tunai have designed and manufactured the world’s smallest bluetooth receiver, Firefly. It plugs into an auxiliary or RCA port to equip any home stereo system with modern day bluetooth connectivity. Just plug in the adapter, play music via your device, and Tunai Firefly will beam it over bluetooth straight through your home stereo speakers. Amazing, right?
Made from copper cable with gold-clad connectors, the Tunai Firefly promises perfection without compromise. Using it’s very own patent pending “Sound Revitalisation Technology” it uses advanced audio compression technology that guarantees a smooth, authentic sound.
If you’ve been craving some modern day connectivity in your life, this could be just the thing you’re looking for – and at a wallet-friendly price too, you can pick up the Tunai Firefly Premium Pack for just $69.99.