The BlackBerry Music Gateway (priced at US$50) is a tablet/smartphone accessory that allows wireless audio streaming over Bluetooth. It’s a tiny rectangular box that can connect with a home stereo via an RCA stereo cable (white and red plugs). After that, you can then pair it with a mobile device via Bluetooth.
Pairing a mobile device with the BlackBerry Music Gateway is simple: All you need to do is press and hold the BlackBerry icon until a pair of blue and red lights start flashing. If you have an NFC-enabled device (e.g. Samsung Galaxy Nexus and Sony Xperia S), you can simply tap the phone on top of the black box to pair automatically.
RIM already sells a BlackBerry Music Gateway, but the earlier version is not NFC-enabled, which is the same issue as other similar products such as the Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver. Another good thing about this new BlackBerry Music Gateway, is that it doesn’t require line of sight in order for it to work, so you can walk around the house/office/wherever while your music is being played (clear and not choppy), up to 10m away.