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Adapt is rated 2.6 out of 5 by 18.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy to use HK ran a sale on the Adapt, I wish I bought more. So easy to set up and use. Turns your older stereo into a Bluetooth compatible stereo. Plugged it in, pushed the button, liked my phone and I was playing music.
Date published: 2018-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I would buy again. Easy to Connect descent range. Great sale price. I would buy again.
Date published: 2018-05-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to setup, works well! My old-school NAD and Jura setup is now belting out sounds streamed from my iPhone. Great sound, very pleased. I was nervous after some reviews of hard to setup, I simply installed the app, plugged it into the aux on the amp and power, hit the button, and it worked.
Date published: 2017-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really Bad instructions The instructions that come with the device are truly awful. I only got it working by looking at video's on Utube. Now working its fine.
Date published: 2017-03-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not perfect but not as bad as some say My setup: Yamaha receiver, Omni 20 and Adapt. This is an early review having only received the Omni products today. I am giving it four stars because I could not do 3.5 and felt the other criticism a bit harsh and wanted to balance things a little. Also, the Omni20 does sound really good - way better than most other Bluetooth speakers by far. For me, a three star product needs to meet certain criteria: advertised functionality works, is reasonably intuitive to use and I can understand the philosophy behind the design approach. The Omni and Controller app meet all these criteria to various degrees and in addition has some other compelling good points. When I bought this setup, I was looking for three things: 1) Cheaper than Sonos 2) Be able to stream music from CD player out to all other Omni products 3) Be able to link one Omni product to iPad Bluetooth and then have it restreamed everywhere. I have successfully tested all three of these and given the complexity involved with doing this I am actually quite pleased. The Party Mode and Link is really cool. I love the volume controller that lets you tweak the volumes in various rooms on a single dashboard. Let me give the bad points now: -The controller app needs better instructions on usability. Any idea what the home icon does? I have no clue and can't find it documented anywhere. I am partially blind in one eye so maybe it's fine print? :) -Searching for music on your system. I have been struggling with this all night. Some songs play and others come up with a useless message saying they can not be played. -The app needs a simple mute button which can be found quickly. Some final thoughts I have are, I suggest having some patience with the app when it searches for products and is doing the background setup. HK appears to be on the right track here. Hopefully newer versions of the app will be easier to use. I am hoping to come back in a few weeks and give an even more favorable follow up review. I want this system to work. Sonos, while a good product, is ridiculously overpriced in my opinion.
Date published: 2015-11-12
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Hi, just a short question... Can I connect to this wonderful device my two onyx studio 4 speakers or you can recommend any other solution to do this (HK Connect really worst app, so let we just skip this option...sorry it's true) ?

Asked by: Yurii
The Onyx Studio 4 was designed to work with the HK Connect App so it can connect to another Onyx Studio 4. Using the HK Adapt may be possible with two Onyx Studio 4's with a 3.5mm audio splitter to connect to the speakers to the Adapt, though this would involve a lot of wired connections and limitations of the cable connections, such as only as the audio coming out in Mono. I see that you have an existing case with us. We would like to work with you directly and if you have any further questions, please reply to any communications we've made with you.
Answered by: Steve S
Date published: 2018-05-17

Can I use this to connect to TV and use as bluetooth transmitter?

Asked by: VKing
Hi! The Adapt is only capable of receiving Bluetooth signal. In this type of scenario, you may connect your source such as the TV to the adapt via Bluetooth or wired connection then connect it to an amplifier or speaker using the auxiliary output.
Answered by: Nick F
Date published: 2018-05-09

Is this Airplay Compatible? I can't seem to find a definite answer on this and was looking for a way to connect to my home theatre. Thanks

Asked by: Griswold
The HK adapt is not airplay compatible. You can only connect the adapt to your phone by using the HK controller app.
Answered by: Mario at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-04-28

Can the ADAPT be used with a non-HK speaker, I.E.- any aux input for any receiver or radio? Thanks.

Asked by: khubbard2002
Yes, you can. The Adapt can be used with a non-HK speaker so you can use it via bluetooth or group it together with the HK Omni speakers.
Answered by: Mario at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-02-10

Is the App available on Laptop. I was recommending Adapt to someone, and they want to play the music on their laptop through WiFi

Asked by: Shair Khan
Hi, The HK Controller app is only available through Android and iOS phone and are not available in Laptop.
Answered by: Mario at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-01-20

I have the adapt connected via bluetooth to an Echo Dot and via audio out to speakers. All works well except when the I tell Alexa to stop the music, the adapt generates a lot of continuous background noise until another bluetooth signal comes in. Ideas?

Asked by: DannyS
The background noise is very likely a signal being sent from the Echo Dot. A good way for you to find out is to connect another Bluetooth device to the ADAPT, and then try stopping the audio. If the ADAPT generates background noise, the problem is in the ADAPT. But if it is clean and the noise only happens when you stop the Echo Dot, this will confirm that it is the Dot sending the noisy signal. If you have concluded that the Adapt is indeed the one causing the noise, we would like to work with you directly to help you with your issue. Please submit a case request at https://www.harmankardon.com/support-contact.html and the Customer Service Team will be more than happy to assist you.
Answered by: Steve S
Date published: 2018-01-15

Does the V4.1.0 HK Controller iOS app support ADAPT (not the ADAPT+)? I have ADAPT and it cannot be detected by the app anymore.

Asked by: AdaptCH
There should be no problem with the Adapt with the V4.1.0 HK Controller app. I noticed you are in Greece. If you are having problems with the Adapt, please contact the store where you purchased it and they will be able to help, or at least guide you to the people that can help.
Answered by: Mario at Customer Service
Date published: 2018-05-17

I already have a Onyx 3, can I conect it to wifi with an HK Adapter, so can I create a Wireless HD Audio System?

Asked by: Santiago
Hi Thank you for your question Yes you can connect an HK Adapt to the AUX input port of the Onyx Studio 3 and play it.
Answered by: Mogens
Date published: 2017-12-12
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