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Can anyone recommend an analogue/digital audio to Bluetooth converter
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Post 1 made on Monday May 18, 2020 at 08:23
mrtristan
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It just dawned on me that these things exist. A device can accept audio from a TV's optical or headphone and convert it to bluetooth to play to any bluetooth headphone. Have you guys used this and if so what have you had good luck with? I've been telling people to get RF Senheiser headphones but just realized they don't have to. This is not a spam post.

Here's an example:
[Link: amazon.ca]
Post 2 made on Monday May 18, 2020 at 09:03
Fred Harding
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Vanco offers a couple of options.

[Link: vanco1.com]

this is the nicer of the two.

Last edited by Fred Harding on May 18, 2020 09:35.
On the West Coast of Wisconsin
Post 3 made on Monday May 18, 2020 at 10:46
rmalbers
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I'm not sure about the 'eliminates' in this statement: "LOW DELAY (NO LIP SYNC) - aptX Low Latency technology eliminate Bluetooth audio delay"
Post 4 made on Monday May 18, 2020 at 11:04
crosen
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I came across this model while looking for something else. It claims no lip sync delay.

1Mii Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter for TV
[Link: amazon.ca]
If it's not simple, it's not sufficiently advanced.
Post 5 made on Tuesday May 19, 2020 at 02:42
dunnersfella
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The aptX low latency codec is one way to do it, the other is to have a bluetooth sender and headphones that both support SCMS-T copy protection, so the signal can remain in the digital domain and be decoded at the headphones - hence a reduction of delay (about the same as the aptX version). I know Yamaha / Bose and Sony have headphones that are compliant, but only know that the new Yamaha AVR's have the sending capability.
HOWEVER, some Sony TV's may be able to? Something to look into.
This industry is not getting cheaper and cheaper, we're simply convincing ourselves that we have to push the cheapest option to customers.
#makesonosgreatagain


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