TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch)
- LOW DELAY: Low Latency for High-fidelity Stereo Sound, lag-free content streaming in transmitter mode. Low Latency supported Bluetooth headphones/speakers are required.
- MAKE IT TWO: Upgraded 2-in-1 Bluetooth V5.0 transmitter can be paired with two Bluetooth receivers (like headphones + speakers) simultaneously. Note: Low Latency does NOT support Dual Link mode.
- ALWAYS ON: TaoTronics Bluetooth 2-in-1 Adapter continuously streams even while charging. Built-in battery for up to 10 hours use - enjoy your favorite wireless content all the time.
- BLUETOOTH EVERYWHERE: In Transmitter mode, turn a non-Bluetooth TV, PC, CD player, iPod, MP3 / MP4 into Bluetooth transmitter. Receiver mode: Ideal for home or vehicle music streaming sound system.
- PURE SOUND: high definition codec for a richer and deeper sound experience. Listen to CD-like audio quality at no compromise. Plus, 12 + 18 month extended warranty and 24/7 friendly customer service
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2 points • zorflax
On second thought, something like this should get this working with a tv.
2 points • beefcake_123
Is it possible to use Bluetooth headphones with the use of an adapter like this?
Just picked up a Zune HD via auction on eBay for $45. Always wanted once these when I was in college 10 years ago but never ended up doing so. Would a Bluetooth adapter such as the one linked below help me use my Sony wireless earbuds with a Zune HD?
2 points • diabetic_debate
I use my Sony 1000XM2 wireless headphones to watch TV in my apartment. Awesome 20 hour battery life and no cables to tangle and trip over when going to the kitchen to grab a drink.
Looks like your receiver doesn't have Bluetooth. You could use your TV's Bluetooth or a 3,5mm to Bluetooth transmitter like below:
2 points • SoundintheCity
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabt1_IaUQFb89JQT01
2 points • Dumpster_fire_Life
I bought this awhile back to solve this on the tv. Turn your audio out into dual Bluetooth. We use it in the bedroom just in case I don’t want the kids to hear what’s on and also when the wife had zoom calls.
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_YVu9Eb1FRZY4B
4 points • so-very-very-tired
I've always like Sensheisers' RF wireless headphone options since they have a large range (which is useful when putzing around the house/yard). So that's an option.
Otherwise, any bluetooth headphones would likely work for you. You'd just have to add a bluetooth transmitter to your receiver. Amazon has a bunch of them. Here's one:
1 points • RhesusMonkey17
I've used this https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EHSX28M/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 to play all of my non-Bluetooth devices on Bluetooth speakers and headphones. Never a connection problem. The manual says the rechargeable battery lasts 10 hours, but I've never used it that long to test it.
1 points • Chorqua
No, you cannot connect them to your controller. You could buy a Bluetooth adapter, plug it into your TV or controller and connect the headphones to the adapter. You would not be able to use the headphones as a microphone however.
3 points • lofisoundguy
This could work:
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (aptX Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_UBufEbF3F8YRY
However, be aware that Bluetooth compresses the stream. You aren't going to get CD quality playback with that transmitter. I've used it for around the house stuff but you can definitely hear the difference
Be aware that Bluetooth has different codecs. The more current tech is less lossy. I think the newest is aptX-HD and sounds almost lossless but there is still a ton of lower quality SBC devices around. A ton of iPhones use SBC.
BTW, The latency thing is sort of dealt with. Devices speaking aptX-LL Bluetooth are low latency. But youd need to find both headphones and a transmitter that support aptX-LL.
Honestly, wired is hard to beat for mixing. No batteries, no compression, just volts flowing across copper.
1 points • CuseKaze
Theres a bunch of different models. This is the one I'm tempted to try. If no one had a better suggestion. There are cheaper ones also. Also I'm not sure 5.0 is actually much better.
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (aptX Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_.OmhEbE6KEZRZ
1 points • NodakTwoBravo
Yes it's called a Bluetooth transmitter. Takes an aux signal and transmits it to Bluetooth. Here's a link to one. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_5nWhEbH98CRBA
1 points • Sky_Lobster
I recommend getting a cheap bluetooth dongle for your TV, like this one: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01EHSX28M?psc=1
1 points • micahhorner
This little dongle will transmit audio from a new Xbox controller (with an aux port) to any Bluetooth headphones:
1 points • Sharohachi
What model is your TV? If it has an audio output you can use a bluetooth transmitter to connect to your earbuds or any other wireless headphones. Check reviews/questions to make sure the transmitter has low latency so that the sound won't be out of sync.
This one seems to have decent reviews, but there are lots of other options available.
1 points • GMPWack
Get a Bluetooth to audiojack adapter
1 points • Warlordnipple
1 points • WhenTheRainsCome
I don't know of any, there are headphone bluetooth adapters though that could fix the problem w/o needing it to be part of the pedal. Something like this.
1 points • Aacidus
Before Bluetooth adaptors were common for using the USB port, people were using the following, it goes in the headphone jack. It's a small Bluetooth transmitter with built-in battery.
Should check the customer images to see how people would install this.
1 points • PizzaOrTacos
I bought a $20 adapter that I use for the switch or on flights with my noise cancelling headphones and haven't looked back. It can be used in either direction (sending or receiving) so it has many more uses than just my switch adapter. Highly recommended. Looks like the price increased by $9 since I purchased it.
1 points • robplays
I see no reason why a headphone splitter and a few bluetooth transmitters wouldn't work. You can save money by finding transmitters which allow two devices to pair at the same time.
You might find you need a powered headphone splitter to make this work (a bunch of options on Amazon for <$30) but it seems that most of those use a 1/4" socket so you'll probably need some adapters.
1 points • CCninja86
Yeah the SideQuest method is easiest and then use OBS to stream the window to YT/Twitch. For audio you'll need to get something like this (2 of them, one to transmit from the Quest, one to receive on the laptop)
1 points • smtgcleverhere
I have this one - works as expected. TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_p3P1EbDYWSQ7R
1 points • TiggyLongStockings
Maybe a couple of these? https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Simultaneously/dp/B01EHSX28M
1 points • Murky-Sector
I run the projector off an Onkyo TX-NR676 receiver. I have one of these transmitters hooked up to the receiver phono jack:
There are definitely other ways to skin this cat though
1 points • AthosArms
There's two other options you could go for.
The Howard Leight headsets do have a 3.5mm port on them, so you could listen to music the old school way. Or you could plug in an aux cable from your radio/walkie to have communication. For push to talk, you could have a radio with a hand mic attached to your shoulder, with the aux cable running from there to your headset. For Bluetooth, you could get one of these and just plug it in to your headset as needed.
Walker's headsets have an adapter that adds a walkie talkie to the headset, but I hear strange reviews about them. The ones I was lent for a range worked fine without issues.
1 points • gorkish
Something like this that plugs into the headphone jack and transmits to a bluetooth speaker (or another one of these acting as a receiver). You can use one of these on the left side and some headphones on the right side. The delay between the two will not be enough to cause any trouble. AptX-LL is about 30ms latency (about the same amount of time it takes sound to travel 30ft)
I dont think the quest can pair with a bluetooth speaker directly, though that would be pretty cool. There's no technical reason it can't, but probably they have disabled it because many bluetooth headphones that people would try to use dont support any low latency codecs. It becomes very hard to support synchronized audio in that case.
1 points • sunjay140
1 points • russ257
So something like this then? https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Simultaneously/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=sr_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=headphone+jack+bluetooth+transmitter&qid=1605202780&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUEzMThXWDNJUEVGTVdNJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwMTE4ODQxTTBQSVVXRkw2Vkw0JmVuY3J5cHRlZEFkSWQ9QTA0NzAxODYzUDI1TjM0MFY2TEFPJndpZGdldE5hbWU9c3BfYXRmJmFjdGlvbj1jbGlja1JlZGlyZWN0JmRvTm90TG9nQ2xpY2s9dHJ1ZQ==
1 points • ironicart
Probably a better priced option out there, just make sure it transmits & recurves signal..
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (aptX Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/
1 points • savag3panda7
My tv has a headphone jack, so i use this TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_THo.EbNV6NM2M to plug in to my tv and then i connect my bluetooth headphones to it
1 points • qwertylerqw
Maybe something like this?
I’m not really sure if you’ll be able to find one much smaller because ones that work with AUX port have to have their own battery. That also means you’ll need to plug it in sometimes to charge it, so these kind of adapters may end up not being much more convenient
I have one that looks identical to this from TROND. My main issue with it is that the audio cuts out if it gets too quiet. I have asked multiple people if the TaoTronics one has the same issue and they said that it does not, but I have not personally used it to confirm this
1 points • BoBab
It's very unlikely that will work.
I recommend getting a cheap Bluetooth transmitter like this: https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Simultaneously/dp/B01EHSX28M/
I use something similar and it works well for me. It's not super high quality, but I haven't had any issues. Plus you can use it with any device that has a 3.5mm jack. For example, I use it so I can use Bluetooth headphones with my Nintendo Switch.
1 points • ben_hornet
I hooked up this (a much older model) to the audio out on my TV:
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_ye1bFbMNZ7KG7
Mine is pretty old so there is some minor latency, but it doesn't bother me that much. I synched my noise canceling headphones up to it. It's great cause I can play my modern and retro stuff with the same headphones.
1 points • mcowan86
I suppose mine is a 2 in 1 bc it does both - but yes 👍
Heres one with some cool features like charging for mobility and also dual pairing. Kinda cool
TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, For TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_EmApFbYCQS1RJ
1 points • Omephla
Actually Genki makes one of those as well which I ordered along with it. However I also have a BT transceiver like this that I use since it can plug into seat back displays or the Switch 3.5mm jack. I pair my Galaxy Buds+ to it.
1 points • delete_this_post
Here is one device that should work. (I don't know anything about this particular device. I just did a Google search for "bluetooth audio transmitter.")
There are a variety of products, at different price points, that should fulfill your needs. Just do a similar Google search ("transmitter" or "adapter") and you shouldn't have too much trouble finding something.
1 points • Desertcross
My new kitchen is massive, and running almost 30 ft of wire to extra speakers seems like a waste. Plus we have this awesome coffee nook and thought it would be fun to put the extra amp there with a new case on it. If anything because it looks good and I drink Nespresso so I dont need all the counter space. My hipster roommate will inevitably stack succlents on it and it will be the ultimate LA coffee bar.
Connect, is out of the question, $445 is what I paid for both the amps combined. Plus it wont give me the ability to stream the television, if sports ever come back to television.
I found these on amazon and I think a pair will get us pretty dang close. I think this will be a good solution and will give me the ability to listen to FM NPR in the kitchen without having to turn on the other system.
My strategy is to split the SPDIF output from my TV with one headed to AMP 1 and the other to the bluetooth transmitter, amp 2 gets the bluetooth receiver. Its advertised as a solution for watching TV with wireless headphone, so I imagine the latency will be low enough to be tolerable. I think that this will work... hopefully. It wont allow me to listen to records on both systems, but records will be 100% analog in the living room which I can live with.
1 points • Purple7up
If you are still wanting to use the Subpac wireless with Beat Saber you just need this bluetooth transmitter. Much better than having the annoying wire connected.
1 points • Bigwhistle
https://www.amazon.com/TaoTronics-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Simultaneously/dp/B01EHSX28M Works likes a charm for me. I realize it’s not as elegant a solution as you’re working on.
1 points • Try2getonmylevel
You need something like this we use it to play tv audio on alexa via bluetooth in RV. Only if your tv has an headphone jack which it should. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_YL5mEbHG6HMEY
1 points • Spartan_Bros
Directly? Probably not. The radio would need to have Bluetooth built in, which most don’t. It’s not unheard of, but I’ve only ever seen it in high end ham radio transceivers.
There are devices made for bridging audio from older 3.5 mm headphone jacks to Bluetooth devices though. You could try to find something like that. For example
1 points • SoZenGadgets
Wish! I thought it was $29 USD
1 points • S2nII3ejAFQi
You can likely fit this guy in there once it is stripped down. I have put this inside of a old iPod and it works great
You will have to figure out how to handle the power/pair button though. Everything else is very straight forward.
1 points • 2_Smokin_Barrels
I got one of these from Amazon. It pairs with AirPods or other bluetooth headsets.
Edit: I also needed a cheap 6.35mm male to 3.5mm female for my Garrett
1 points • lysergic_tryptamino
1 points • ronfc
1 points • sekazi
Your best bet is to get a aptx LL adapter like this and plug it into your headphones. It is a hassle but at least kills the latency to somewhere around 40ms which is not noticeable.
1 points • tfer6
I've used this one for over a year now. I use it to hook up my Peloton to some in ceiling speakers. Works and sounds great https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01EHSX28M
1 points • nbailey_1
So I should look for a small Bluetooth transmitter like this? Thanks. I've never used FM Radio on my cardo. I wouldn't want to have advertisements and static noise blasting through my helmet. I only use my phone for music but thanks for the reminder about that