Bluetooth Transmitter/Receiver - Save 30% - $34.99 Free Shipping @ SWAMP

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OZBBTV30

Normally $49.99 - save 30% with coupon code OZBBTV30.
Now if your chance to pick up the Bluetooth 4.1 Transmitter and Receiver 'All in One' at an awesome price!

This solution converts any non-Bluetooth audio device into a Bluetooth device - connect your BT headphones to your non-BT television, or your phone to your non-BT car, or Hi-Fi with a 3.5mm input. Or make your non-BT headphones into a BT receiver.

Features:

Transmitter and receiver all in one
3.5mm audio input/output
USB charging with battery protection
2 for 1 connection
aptX Low Latency of under 40ms
Included in box: Audio cable with 3.5mm jacks; USB charging cable; User manual

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Hi.
    I recommend this product

    https://youtu.be/XVV3OKfZNYE

    XY BT Mini

    Got them currently hooked up to old Logitech sets in garage and bedroom.

    3x for $10.50(inclusive of GST) delivered

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    Got one. Thanks!

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    Do these work with microphones? Trying to do a cheap wireless Mike setup for video recording

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    How low is the low latency? Edit: just saw the latency of 40ms. Is this noticeable with syncing with video?

    On the rare occasion, we would go to the drive in cinema. We usually sit outside the car as a car full of kids means that we have to.

    In the past, I would use an FM radio app on my phone and connect to Bluetooth speakers via Bluetooth or cable. The sound is delayed so is out of sync with the video.

    I now want to try an actual FM radio and connect through this Bluetooth transmitter to Bluetooth speakers and wondering if the delay can be eliminated.

    • +1 vote

      How low is the low latency? Edit: just saw the latency of 40ms. Is this noticeable with syncing with video?

      40ms is one frame of video at 25fps. You're not likely to notice it with normal videos unless maybe you're looking for it.

      I now want to try an actual FM radio and connect through this Bluetooth transmitter to Bluetooth speakers and wondering if the delay can be eliminated.

      If your Bluetooth speakers support aptX LL, the delay should be just about eliminated. A real FM radio would have virtually no delay, so the only delay should be 40ms. A cheap aux cable would have no delay at all though.