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TaoTronics Long Range Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter Receiver for TV, Wireless Audio Adapter (up to 50m) £29.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA
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TaoTronics Long Range Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter Receiver for TV, Wireless Audio Adapter (up to 50m) £29.99 Sold by Sunvalleytek-UK and FBA

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Posted 29th May

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Handy little device when you think of all the music / audio sources in your home that could use it.

Just click the promotional message to redeem the voucher, or use the code JSHQUL63 at checkout

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  • Bluetooth 5.0 Wireless Streaming: TX transmits audio from your TV/computer to your Bluetooth headphones/speakers; RX mode for receiving audio from your cellphone to home stereos
  • Bypass Mode: Use as a converter to build a cable connection between devices with different audio jacks, such as an optical to AUX audio converter
  • Exceptional Range: First class Bluetooth technology for complete freedom from cables and cords, stream audio wirelessly up to a range of 50m/164ft
  • Improved Audio Transmission: Eliminate audio-visual lag with aptX low latency codec support; please note that the audio receiving device must support aptX low latency codec
  • Pristine High-res Sound: AptX HD codec preserves the quality of your music, high definition Bluetooth wireless audio that's indistinguishable from wired sound
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Can you connect multiple headphones with this?
So it can TX 50m but must Bluetooth only TX 10m so how they going to link up unless on the limit of 10M

Bluetooth connections work better within 10 metres (33 feet), Latest Sony XZ3 spec
Basically what fire tv does with Bluetooth headphones on tv?
Siddy29/05/2019 12:39

So it can TX 50m but must Bluetooth only TX 10m so how they going to link …So it can TX 50m but must Bluetooth only TX 10m so how they going to link up unless on the limit of 10MBluetooth connections work better within 10 metres (33 feet), Latest Sony XZ3 spec


If this has a good quality receiver it would be able to receive at greater range than many other devices. The signal strength won't suddenly disappear after 10m it will drop off gradually over distance, but the better the receiver the better it can deal with a weaker signal

I don't have one of these so I can't verify whether 50m is actually realistic though, I am tempted though it seems a good bit of kit
Any idea how the sound would sync with video with this? I struggle with Bluetooth headphones on my iPad being out of sync.
Does Bluetooth 5 still essentially require line of sight? I had a TP Link Bluetooth 4 device which was unusable in the next room. No problem for Chromecast though which uses standard WiFi.
Edited by: "friar_chris" 29th May
looks like has dual mode (for example two pairs of headphones/speakers connected at the same time). Would be interested if that works without issues
pedd29/05/2019 14:54

Any idea how the sound would sync with video with this? I struggle with …Any idea how the sound would sync with video with this? I struggle with Bluetooth headphones on my iPad being out of sync.


At times the source (iPad/iPhone itself) can be the weak point & after certain OS updates: discussions.apple.com/thr…558 - I was going to suggest aptX / low-latency headphones improving it, but not after reading that.

As this has aptX spec, should be better than standard transmitters/receivers, but the headphones would also need to be aptX spec to make use of it: "Improved Audio Transmission: Eliminate audio-visual lag with aptX low latency codec support; please note that the audio receiving device must support aptX low latency codec". But, then again, the iPad may not play ball...
friar_chris29/05/2019 16:22

Does Bluetooth 5 still essentially require line of sight? I had a TP Link …Does Bluetooth 5 still essentially require line of sight? I had a TP Link Bluetooth 4 device which was unusable in the next room. No problem for Chromecast though which uses standard WiFi.


Yes. It’s Bluetooth in general, will never change to my knowledge
How would I pair this with a Fiio Bluetooth receiver adapter? Do I need a transmitter with NFC pairing?
Would TV play sound while using Bluetooth transmitter? I want to use Bluetooth headphone while other listening to sound from TV.
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