The compact Roav Bluetooth receiver modernized my old (but very good) Bose Companion 2 Series II Powered Speakers in the kitchen via a simple to pair Bluetooth connection. Comes with a 2-1 Micro USB cable /3.5mm AUX audio cable, self adhesive Velcro and User Manual.
As soon as you supply power to the device, it goes into pairing mode (red & blue light flashing). Search for "Roav B2" and pair with your Bluetooth device. Connect the AUX audio cable to powered speakers or the AUX input of your car radio or AUX input in a home AV receiver. Once paired, the Roav Bluetooth Receiver will remember your device and reconnect when it's powered on again.
Music and phone call audio is loud and clear. There's a Pause/Play/Answer/End Call button and built-in microphone. Personally, I prefer Bluetooth devices that support the aptX low-latency codec. The Roav doesn't support aptX, yet the sound is still very good for a Bluetooth receiver this size. The unit is 1 7/8" in diameter and 5/8" in height.
Here's a short video of the Roav in action: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NmUkzWYP50Nkldg5qz4QSqwylmkuRYOm
I'd recommend the Roav Bluetooth Receiver to add Bluetooth 4.1 support to your powered speakers, A/V receiver or car radio that doesn't support Bluetooth.