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Geneva Lab intros Wireless Dock Adapter, free for some customers
By Phil Dzikiy | 10.02.12

To aid customers whose new iPhones and iPods won’t work with its numerous Dock Connector-based speaker systems, Geneva Lab is introducing the Wireless Dock Adapter, a Bluetooth receiver that allows audio to be transmitted wirelessly from an iPhone, iPod, or iPad to a Geneva Sound System. Update: Although the Wireless Dock Adapter was originally announced as a Dock Connector accessory, Geneva now says that it will be offering an aux-in-based Bluetooth receiver instead.

Geneva is offering the Wireless Dock Adapter for free to customers who purchased a Geneva Model S, M, L or XL Sound System after Sept. 14. Customers must register their warranty at, including proof of purchase. Existing customers can also purchase the adapter for the discounted price of $40.

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Will the adapter work on ANY 30-pin dock connector plug? This would be very handy for my other branded speakers, even with my iPhone 4, to become a wireless bluetooth connection between the two.

By Jim on 10.02.12 at 05:12 PM

why not an airplay receiver?
bluetooth sucks and especially with the rather bright sounding geneva speakers you will notice quality decline with such an adaptor (until apple decides to finally implement apt-x codec in their iphones too).

also such adaptors are available on ebay for less then 20$, so what’s the deal?

By oluv on 10.03.12 at 09:48 AM

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