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Belkin has introduced a handy gadget for owners of iPhones or iPod Touches - and probably any other device that supports Bluetooth's A2DP spec - to stream music to a nearby hi-fi.

Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver

Belkin's Bluetooth Music Receiver: does just that

Prosaically dubbed the Bluetooth Music Receiver, the small black doohickey hooks up to the 3.5mm or RCA inputs on your stereo system. Pair it with your AD2P device and the two will set up a Bluetooth 2.0 link over which your tunes will flow.

Belkin has started selling the BMR in the US for $50 (£31/€35), but for some unrevealed reason won't offer it to Brits until March 2010. We're not alone - Canadians, Aussies and Europeans have to wait that long too. ®

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