• Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
  • Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
  • Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
  • Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
  • Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming

Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter for Bluetooth Streaming

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  • Bluetooth Audio Adapter: Makes your speakers Bluetooth for streaming music from your smartphone or tablet
  • Multipoint Bluetooth connectivity: Simultaneously pair your smartphone and tablet and stream music from either one
  • Easy pairing and automatic re-pairing: Pair your device to the adapter once with a single button press and you're done
  • Long-range wireless: Stream music from up to 15 meters (50 feet) away from your speakers
  • Works with most speakers: Plugs into any powered PC speakers, home stereo systems and A/V receivers using RCA or 3.5 mm jacks. This product is a receiver ONLY, not a transmitter.

Customer Reviews

Does not work well with Amazon Echo Dot If you want something to automatically reconnect to your bluetooth device EVERY SINGLE TIME YOU ASK IT TO DISCONNECT, then this is the device for you. However if you want to be able to choose when it connects to your bluetooth device this is NOT the device for you. The sound seemed great but I tried using it with my amazon echo dot and had difficulty. The device automatically connects to the echo and you cannot hear the audio unless you have the stereo on. This wouldn't be a problem if you ALWAYS want to turn on your stereo EVERY time you use the echo, but if you want to connect the echo to the stereo at only certain times, there is no way to do that with this.I recommend "HomeSpot NFC-Enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System" if you want to pick and choose when you want to connect. 3If you have Android - watch out! I bought the Logitech Z906 system as a replacement for the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 system that has built in Bluetooth. Since I was losing Bluetooth functionality, I purchased this adapter in an attempt to restore that. I just spent $300 on speakers, what's another $20 for Bluetooth functionality, right?Wrong.I purchased this in February. It's now November. I didn't find the following out until about a week ago. But now it all makes sense.Around the time I bought this adapter, I started having problems with my Galaxy Note 8. I've found out that this issue isn't specific to Samsung phones; forum posts online originally led me to believe so, but then owners of other devices started trickling in. Google Play apps wouldn't install on their own. They'd stick at 100% downloading, and wouldn't install unless Google Play Store was restarted or the phone was restarted. Icon badges were often incorrect. Notifications would delay by minutes, sometimes hours. When you're trying to send texts, or have a Ring doorbell, this is painfully long, and once you receive the notification, it does you no good. Checking for software updates would never finish.Months and months of troubleshooting went by. Soft resets, hard resets, reflashing the device, restore with backup, restore without backup, everything I could find online short of exchanging the device. Troubleshooting forums eventually led to two possible fixes: exchanging the device and praying, or making a completely new Google and Samsung account. Some people who had exchanged devices had reported continuing to have the problem. I had no idea why creating a new Google and Samsung account would fix it. Some people said their device would work fine at work, but as soon as they got home, chaos ensued again. They suspected it was a location or home wi-fi network issue.I didn't want to explore either of these options, so I went with the band-aid, rather than the fix. Disabling Bluetooth and/or the Google app would provide relief from these issues, but then you couldn't use these features. I have a smart watch and Android Auto head unit in my car, so neither of these were particularly attractive options.I suffered through an onslaught of disabling and re-enabling Bluetooth and the Google app for 9 months. Every once in a while, I'd check the same old troubleshooting threads to see if there were any updates. Months went by with no resolution, and it seemed that Samsung and Google had given up on the issue and there was no hope of a fix.They gave up because they weren't causing the problem.In late October, I found an update to a Google bug fix forum thread that mentioned that someone had this device, and when they disconnected it, all their problems were solved. They even provided the Amazon link to the device, and when I clicked on it, lo and behold, "You purchased this item on February 19, 2018." I jumped out of bed in the middle of the night, ran to my office, and ripped out every cord that was associated with this thing (although the power cord would probably have been enough). I subscribed to the thread. Day after day, more users chimed in with "hey, I have this device too! Thanks for the fix!"To say I slept well that night is an understatement.None of the problems happened anymore. Apps would automatically install, notifications would come through instantly, I could use voice commands and manage my smart watch again. I haven't had a single problem with my phone singe I unplugged the Logitech Bluetooth adapter.See the other reviews where people say this device is greedy? It is. It always wants to connect to a paired device, even when it's disconnected. After doing hard resets, the device became unpaired, and I didn't re-pair it, so there was no notification of a pairing request. Based on my limited knowledge of wireless technologies, this device is noisy. Way too noisy. And way too clingy. I don't have proof, but I'm starting to suspect some problems I had with a wireless headset and a wi-fi repeater were caused by this device too, as they were in the same room, but I returned them, because I couldn't figure out what was wrong.So just a word to the wise: don't let this review dissuade you from purchasing this product. It works great for what it's intended for. Just be aware of what problems it could cause, and do your research online. Don't spend 9 months ripping your hair out like me and countless other people on these forums did. If you buy this and plug it in, and start to notice some weird issues with ANY device that has wireless functionality (wifi or Bluetooth), unplug it and see if that fixes it before wasting time, money, and/or losing data on that device to troubleshoot.You'll be glad you did. 1You cant go wrong with Logitech I love this little gadget. I connected it to my whole house audio system input source and now I can play Pandora throughout my house from my smart phone.Note: It is recommended that you also purchase a smart power switcher with this product. Because, your phone will still pair with this device even when your sound system is turned off. So, if your phone rings and it is still paired to this Logitech Adapter, you will not hear any sound out of your phone. To fix this I purchased an ELK-912B Power Relay and connected it to the trigger-out on my whole house audio system. I also recommended to the manufacture that they have this trigger function built-in so there is no need to purchase a separate device. 5Good, cheap way to bring non BT or WiFi home stereo units up to date with today's audio technology. Yay, now I can stream audio on my stereo amp that I bought about a month before WiFi/Bluetooth amps came out on the market.Does what it says it does.Only downside, which can be managed with some electrical tape is the cabling I use weighs more than this little module. So it's already I had a fixable issue with it being drug off the top of my receiver a couple times.A 5V USB type power connector would have been a better option than a wall wart and a barrel plug for it's power, but oh well. I'm happy with it.Some have scoffed at the subtle glow it constantly gives off on the base. Like I said, "Subtle", it's not a distracting blue LED like some of the other items I've owned which resulted in having to put tape over the light or using a Sharpee to slightly mute the vibrancy. It's no more distracting than the illumination coming from the clock on my cable box.Tape is the answer to most of life's problems. 4Use your old amp and Speakers and listen to MP3's This unit has RCA holes...that means instead of hooking up a cd player or tape deck...you hook this up to the back of your receiver...then pair it to your phone's music player and Jam!...I had a thousand dollars worth of old gear in the garage and it wasn't being used...this works great...hope this helps some old school folks that don't know you can do this...sounds so much better than most of the crappy little wireless speakers the kids are buying.. 5Bluetooth volume control does not work; Unplug when not in use; Blue light beaming I've used this bluetooth adapter to allow my phone or tablet to play music through external PC speakers.As many indicated, once you connect, it's always connected until you unplug the adapter. You can't unpair from your phone -- it will always reconnect. This behavior is diff't than all the other bluetooth units I have.The bigger issue I have (and now I'm wondering if this is a defective unit) is that the bluetooth volume control on my phone doesnt work. All my other bluetooth speakers work except....this one. I dont recommend this.It's just ok to me but the volume control makes it somewhat useless as now I have to walk to my PC speakers to lower/increase volume vs the phone in my hand. 1Nice receiver but not for the Amazon Echo device I purchased this in hopes of connecting my home stereo to my Echo Dot using Bluetooth. Unfortunately, the Logitech receiver (and many other Bluetooth receivers as it turns out) doesn't work well with the Echo because they feature an auto-reconnect function that tries to re-establish a connection when it is "lost". Connecting it too the Echo was straight-forward and the sound quality was much better than a cheap receiver I tried before. However, when I told Alexa to disconnect and switch back to the hard-wired connection, she obeyed and her voice immediately switched to the hard-wired speakers. However, a few seconds later I hear a beep and the Logitech receiver reconnected to the Echo via Bluetooth and the Echo no longer used my hard-wired connection. No matter what I did I could not disable this auto-reconnect and the Echo always switched back to Bluetooth. The only solution I've found is to disconnect power to the Logitech receiver when not using it. So over all, it seems to be a nice Bluetooth receiver but didn't meet my needs and I don't recommend it for use with the Amazon Echo Dot and I would assume the original Echo too. 4This Logitech is needy, always looking to connect to your device This is a bluetooth adapter and it does that just fine. Here's the problem, or at least a problem for me: It connects automatically. Actually, "automatically" isn't the right way to put it...it strong-arms all other Bluetooth connections and pushes them out of the way. It hijacks any other connection and overrides it. Ok, that's being dramatic- but here's what it does: Connected to any other Bluetooth device and then come within broadcast reach of this unit? This unit will connect and boot you from the other connection. Connect to my Bluetooth speaker, listening to music...then all of a sudden, my phone will connect to this Logitech instead. In my car listening to music over the bluetooth connection...pull into the drive way, and suddenly I'm no longer listening to music because my phone has paired with this Logitech in the house. The Logitech is always looking to connect. Even if you don't connect to anything else, your phone is automatically connecting to this Logictech, and so all of the sound on your phone stops working unless you turn Bluetooth off.That's pretty annoying. As a result, when I'm done using this unit I have to "forget bluetooth device" on my phone, otherwise it will just keep trying to connect to this one. I suppose I could turn off this Logitech when I don't want to use it, except there's no on/off switch - so you'd have to unplug the Logitech, but that's a bit of a pain and I shouldn't have to. The idea when I bought this Logitech was to have it hooked up to my primary stereo in the living room - an old school stereo before Bluetooth was around. When I want to listen through my big stereo, I connect to this Logitech. When I don't want to listen to the big stereo, I disconnect and I connect to something else...or to nothing. But that's not an option - the Logitech always wants to automatically connect to any device that it's paired to. None of my other Bluetooth devices do this with exception of the car, but it makes sense to do that in the car because it's only on when the car is on, and you can safely assume that when the car is on you want your phone to connect with the car's Bluetooth.Anyway..it's a pain, and it means you have to either unplug this Logitech, or unpair it (aka, forget the pairing) on your phone every time. If I had known that, I would have purchased a different model. 3Maybe for background music ... On the plus side: it sets up as easily as you could want. The range seems more than adequate for in-house listening, and I noted no dropouts or spurious sounds. It is quite small.It does emit a short series of tones when it connects or disconnects, and inasmuch as it has an auto connect feature, I find it best to tell my iPhone to forget the device when I am through listening and pair the device again when I want to use it again. Disconnecting alone doesn t work. Small inconvenience.So, the reason for the mediocre rating is that the sound quality is just not very good. It s ok for background music, and to be fair, some simple instrumental music (e.g. solo piano) can sound pretty good, but other material, particularly vocal material, can sound pretty rough.I know there are limitations to BT, but (like a dog walking on two legs) it s remarkable that it can do what it does for a twenty, but it doesn t do it very well.I m planning on sending it back and will revisit this review after testing another unit.Added later: finally ended up with the Audioengine B1. Much more expensive, but far better sound, far less awkward operation, and solid construction. The unit I purchased was refurbished but indistinguishable from new. Purchased from Audioengine. 2Be prepared for VERY LOUD beeps. Even at 3am. Others have mentioned it. I want to reinforce it. This device makes a series of VERY LOUD beeps every time a device (like your phone) connects or disconnects. This happens when you leave its range, leave the house, return to range/house, or (and this is most important) RANDOMLY at all hours of the day. There are times when my phone is 2 feet from this receiver and the signal drops and then immediately connects. 6 loud tones follow. That is annoying. You know what is really annoying? When it happens AT 3AM AND WAKES UP THE WHOLE HOUSE. You can't just disconnect it from your phone either, as it seems to automatically reconnect later. You only have three options:1) Forget the device on your phone2) Unplug the receiver3) Turn off your phone's bluetoothAll 3 options defeat the purpose of the device. And no, it is not possible to turn off the beeps. You can confirm this yourself by visiting the brief instruction manual online. Needless to say, I have buyer's remorse. 1
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Description
  • Bluetooth Audio Adapter: Makes your speakers Bluetooth for streaming music from your smartphone or tablet
  • Multipoint Bluetooth connectivity: Simultaneously pair your smartphone and tablet and stream music from either one
  • Easy pairing and automatic re-pairing: Pair your device to the adapter once with a single button press and you're done
  • Long-range wireless: Stream music from up to 15 meters (50 feet) away from your speakers
  • Works with most speakers: Plugs into any powered PC speakers, home stereo systems and A/V receivers using RCA or 3.5 mm jacks. This product is a receiver ONLY, not a transmitter.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Does not work well with Amazon Echo Dot If you want something to automatically reconnect to your bluetooth device EVERY SINGLE TIME YOU ASK IT TO DISCONNECT, then this is the device for you. However if you want to be able to choose when it connects to your bluetooth device this is NOT the device for you. The sound seemed great but I tried using it with my amazon echo dot and had difficulty. The device automatically connects to the echo and you cannot hear the audio unless you have the stereo on. This wouldn't be a problem if you ALWAYS want to turn on your stereo EVERY time you use the echo, but if you want to connect the echo to the stereo at only certain times, there is no way to do that with this.I recommend "HomeSpot NFC-Enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System" if you want to pick and choose when you want to connect. 3If you have Android - watch out! I bought the Logitech Z906 system as a replacement for the Klipsch ProMedia 2.1 system that has built in Bluetooth. Since I was losing Bluetooth functionality, I purchased this adapter in an attempt to restore that. I just spent $300 on speakers, what's another $20 for Bluetooth functionality, right?Wrong.I purchased this in February. It's now November. I didn't find the following out until about a week ago. But now it all makes sense.Around the time I bought this adapter, I started having problems with my Galaxy Note 8. I've found out that this issue isn't specific to Samsung phones; forum posts online originally led me to believe so, but then owners of other devices started trickling in. Google Play apps wouldn't install on their own. They'd stick at 100% downloading, and wouldn't install unless Google Play Store was restarted or the phone was restarted. Icon badges were often incorrect. Notifications would delay by minutes, sometimes hours. When you're trying to send texts, or have a Ring doorbell, this is painfully long, and once you receive the notification, it does you no good. Checking for software updates would never finish.Months and months of troubleshooting went by. Soft resets, hard resets, reflashing the device, restore with backup, restore without backup, everything I could find online short of exchanging the device. Troubleshooting forums eventually led to two possible fixes: exchanging the device and praying, or making a completely new Google and Samsung account. Some people who had exchanged devices had reported continuing to have the problem. I had no idea why creating a new Google and Samsung account would fix it. Some people said their device would work fine at work, but as soon as they got home, chaos ensued again. They suspected it was a location or home wi-fi network issue.I didn't want to explore either of these options, so I went with the band-aid, rather than the fix. Disabling Bluetooth and/or the Google app would provide relief from these issues, but then you couldn't use these features. I have a smart watch and Android Auto head unit in my car, so neither of these were particularly attractive options.I suffered through an onslaught of disabling and re-enabling Bluetooth and the Google app for 9 months. Every once in a while, I'd check the same old troubleshooting threads to see if there were any updates. Months went by with no resolution, and it seemed that Samsung and Google had given up on the issue and there was no hope of a fix.They gave up because they weren't causing the problem.In late October, I found an update to a Google bug fix forum thread that mentioned that someone had this device, and when they disconnected it, all their problems were solved. They even provided the Amazon link to the device, and when I clicked on it, lo and behold, "You purchased this item on February 19, 2018." I jumped out of bed in the middle of the night, ran to my office, and ripped out every cord that was associated with this thing (although the power cord would probably have been enough). I subscribed to the thread. Day after day, more users chimed in with "hey, I have this device too! Thanks for the fix!"To say I slept well that night is an understatement.None of the problems happened anymore. Apps would automatically install, notifications would come through instantly, I could use voice commands and manage my smart watch again. I haven't had a single problem with my phone singe I unplugged the Logitech Bluetooth adapter.See the other reviews where people say this device is greedy? It is. It always wants to connect to a paired device, even when it's disconnected. After doing hard resets, the device became unpaired, and I didn't re-pair it, so there was no notification of a pairing request. Based on my limited knowledge of wireless technologies, this device is noisy. Way too noisy. And way too clingy. I don't have proof, but I'm starting to suspect some problems I had with a wireless headset and a wi-fi repeater were caused by this device too, as they were in the same room, but I returned them, because I couldn't figure out what was wrong.So just a word to the wise: don't let this review dissuade you from purchasing this product. It works great for what it's intended for. Just be aware of what problems it could cause, and do your research online. Don't spend 9 months ripping your hair out like me and countless other people on these forums did. If you buy this and plug it in, and start to notice some weird issues with ANY device that has wireless functionality (wifi or Bluetooth), unplug it and see if that fixes it before wasting time, money, and/or losing data on that device to troubleshoot.You'll be glad you did. 1You cant go wrong with Logitech I love this little gadget. I connected it to my whole house audio system input source and now I can play Pandora throughout my house from my smart phone.Note: It is recommended that you also purchase a smart power switcher with this product. Because, your phone will still pair with this device even when your sound system is turned off. So, if your phone rings and it is still paired to this Logitech Adapter, you will not hear any sound out of your phone. To fix this I purchased an ELK-912B Power Relay and connected it to the trigger-out on my whole house audio system. I also recommended to the manufacture that they have this trigger function built-in so there is no need to purchase a separate device. 5Good, cheap way to bring non BT or WiFi home stereo units up to date with today's audio technology. Yay, now I can stream audio on my stereo amp that I bought about a month before WiFi/Bluetooth amps came out on the market.Does what it says it does.Only downside, which can be managed with some electrical tape is the cabling I use weighs more than this little module. So it's already I had a fixable issue with it being drug off the top of my receiver a couple times.A 5V USB type power connector would have been a better option than a wall wart and a barrel plug for it's power, but oh well. I'm happy with it.Some have scoffed at the subtle glow it constantly gives off on the base. Like I said, "Subtle", it's not a distracting blue LED like some of the other items I've owned which resulted in having to put tape over the light or using a Sharpee to slightly mute the vibrancy. It's no more distracting than the illumination coming from the clock on my cable box.Tape is the answer to most of life's problems. 4Use your old amp and Speakers and listen to MP3's This unit has RCA holes...that means instead of hooking up a cd player or tape deck...you hook this up to the back of your receiver...then pair it to your phone's music player and Jam!...I had a thousand dollars worth of old gear in the garage and it wasn't being used...this works great...hope this helps some old school folks that don't know you can do this...sounds so much better than most of the crappy little wireless speakers the kids are buying.. 5Bluetooth volume control does not work; Unplug when not in use; Blue light beaming I've used this bluetooth adapter to allow my phone or tablet to play music through external PC speakers.As many indicated, once you connect, it's always connected until you unplug the adapter. You can't unpair from your phone -- it will always reconnect. This behavior is diff't than all the other bluetooth units I have.The bigger issue I have (and now I'm wondering if this is a defective unit) is that the bluetooth volume control on my phone doesnt work. All my other bluetooth speakers work except....this one. I dont recommend this.It's just ok to me but the volume control makes it somewhat useless as now I have to walk to my PC speakers to lower/increase volume vs the phone in my hand. 1Nice receiver but not for the Amazon Echo device I purchased this in hopes of connecting my home stereo to my Echo Dot using Bluetooth. Unfortunately, the Logitech receiver (and many other Bluetooth receivers as it turns out) doesn't work well with the Echo because they feature an auto-reconnect function that tries to re-establish a connection when it is "lost". Connecting it too the Echo was straight-forward and the sound quality was much better than a cheap receiver I tried before. However, when I told Alexa to disconnect and switch back to the hard-wired connection, she obeyed and her voice immediately switched to the hard-wired speakers. However, a few seconds later I hear a beep and the Logitech receiver reconnected to the Echo via Bluetooth and the Echo no longer used my hard-wired connection. No matter what I did I could not disable this auto-reconnect and the Echo always switched back to Bluetooth. The only solution I've found is to disconnect power to the Logitech receiver when not using it. So over all, it seems to be a nice Bluetooth receiver but didn't meet my needs and I don't recommend it for use with the Amazon Echo Dot and I would assume the original Echo too. 4This Logitech is needy, always looking to connect to your device This is a bluetooth adapter and it does that just fine. Here's the problem, or at least a problem for me: It connects automatically. Actually, "automatically" isn't the right way to put it...it strong-arms all other Bluetooth connections and pushes them out of the way. It hijacks any other connection and overrides it. Ok, that's being dramatic- but here's what it does: Connected to any other Bluetooth device and then come within broadcast reach of this unit? This unit will connect and boot you from the other connection. Connect to my Bluetooth speaker, listening to music...then all of a sudden, my phone will connect to this Logitech instead. In my car listening to music over the bluetooth connection...pull into the drive way, and suddenly I'm no longer listening to music because my phone has paired with this Logitech in the house. The Logitech is always looking to connect. Even if you don't connect to anything else, your phone is automatically connecting to this Logictech, and so all of the sound on your phone stops working unless you turn Bluetooth off.That's pretty annoying. As a result, when I'm done using this unit I have to "forget bluetooth device" on my phone, otherwise it will just keep trying to connect to this one. I suppose I could turn off this Logitech when I don't want to use it, except there's no on/off switch - so you'd have to unplug the Logitech, but that's a bit of a pain and I shouldn't have to. The idea when I bought this Logitech was to have it hooked up to my primary stereo in the living room - an old school stereo before Bluetooth was around. When I want to listen through my big stereo, I connect to this Logitech. When I don't want to listen to the big stereo, I disconnect and I connect to something else...or to nothing. But that's not an option - the Logitech always wants to automatically connect to any device that it's paired to. None of my other Bluetooth devices do this with exception of the car, but it makes sense to do that in the car because it's only on when the car is on, and you can safely assume that when the car is on you want your phone to connect with the car's Bluetooth.Anyway..it's a pain, and it means you have to either unplug this Logitech, or unpair it (aka, forget the pairing) on your phone every time. If I had known that, I would have purchased a different model. 3Maybe for background music ... On the plus side: it sets up as easily as you could want. The range seems more than adequate for in-house listening, and I noted no dropouts or spurious sounds. It is quite small.It does emit a short series of tones when it connects or disconnects, and inasmuch as it has an auto connect feature, I find it best to tell my iPhone to forget the device when I am through listening and pair the device again when I want to use it again. Disconnecting alone doesn t work. Small inconvenience.So, the reason for the mediocre rating is that the sound quality is just not very good. It s ok for background music, and to be fair, some simple instrumental music (e.g. solo piano) can sound pretty good, but other material, particularly vocal material, can sound pretty rough.I know there are limitations to BT, but (like a dog walking on two legs) it s remarkable that it can do what it does for a twenty, but it doesn t do it very well.I m planning on sending it back and will revisit this review after testing another unit.Added later: finally ended up with the Audioengine B1. Much more expensive, but far better sound, far less awkward operation, and solid construction. The unit I purchased was refurbished but indistinguishable from new. Purchased from Audioengine. 2Be prepared for VERY LOUD beeps. Even at 3am. Others have mentioned it. I want to reinforce it. This device makes a series of VERY LOUD beeps every time a device (like your phone) connects or disconnects. This happens when you leave its range, leave the house, return to range/house, or (and this is most important) RANDOMLY at all hours of the day. There are times when my phone is 2 feet from this receiver and the signal drops and then immediately connects. 6 loud tones follow. That is annoying. You know what is really annoying? When it happens AT 3AM AND WAKES UP THE WHOLE HOUSE. You can't just disconnect it from your phone either, as it seems to automatically reconnect later. You only have three options:1) Forget the device on your phone2) Unplug the receiver3) Turn off your phone's bluetoothAll 3 options defeat the purpose of the device. And no, it is not possible to turn off the beeps. You can confirm this yourself by visiting the brief instruction manual online. Needless to say, I have buyer's remorse. 1
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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