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bluetooth receiver audio quality, going wireless

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I have an iPad, my wife has the new Google Nexus 4 smartphone. In the past I've just hooked up devices like these with a good old mini-stereo to rca style cable to get my music to the receiver. However, now that I have been using air play with my iPad to my Pioneer SC-1222k, i'd like to pursue an option that would let us both go wireless with our other receiver (pioneer 1020k) in the living room.

Has anyone had much experience with bluetooth receivers?

I was looking at this option from Belkin.

http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-F8Z492TTP-Bluetooth-Music-Receiver/dp/B0047T79VS/ref=reg_hu-rd_add_1_dp

or this one from logitech.

http://www.amazon.com/Logitech-Wireless-Speaker-Bluetooth-980-000540/dp/B004VM1T5S/ref=reg_hu-rd_add_1_dp

I was just curious how the sound quality was streaming over bluetooth. I wouldn't use this set up for critical listening, but it would be nice to go wireless while cooking, etc.
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I have that Logitech and it works fine. It's in an AV cabinet and I am able to stream to it from a Thinkpad about 15 feet away (in an interference-filled NYC apartment). Bluetooth audio isn't the best but I think that "cooking" is the perfect application for something like this.
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