Brand New BTT005 Bluetooth A2DP Stereo Audio Transmitter Adapter With 3.5MM Jack Plug - Bluetooth V 2.1+EDR- BTT005
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- Latest bluetooth 2.1+EDR chipset. For Ipod/MP3 player or other audio devices
- Enable an iPod,MP3 player, TV e.t.c. to transmit audio signals wirelessly via Bluetooth.
- This Bluetooth adaptor draws power from its built-in rechargeable li-on battery and when fully charged will allow for 10.5 hours continuous use.
- New model with CSR BC5 chipset, bluetooth V2.1, backward compatible with V2.0/V1.0
- Also works with BTR006 bluetooth receiver to wireless your speakers
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Latest bluetooth 2.1+EDR chipset. For Ipod/MP3 player or other audio devices Enable an iPod,MP3 player, TV e.t.c. to transmit audio signals wirelessly via Bluetooth. The transmitter plugs into any stereo 3.5mm audio out socket, ideal for use with Bluetooth headphones or other Bluetooth audio receiver. This Bluetooth adaptor draws power from its built-in rechargeable li-on battery and when fully charged will allow for 10.5 hours continuous use. The adaptor comes complete with a charging cable. The charging cable can be pluged into any USB socket to charge the adaptor. FEATURES New model with CSR BC5 chipset, bluetooth V2.1, backward compatible with V2.0/V1.0 Builti-in Li-on battery Function Range: 10M Frequency response: 2.4Ghz - 2.483Ghz Receiving Sensitivity: -74+/-4DB Dimensions: 45 x 32 x 8 mm, Weight: 14g universal 3.5" plug, suitable for any audio device with 3.5" output socket Compatible with all A2DP bluetooth headphones/headsets Also works with BTR006 bluetooth receiver to wireless your speakers Package Contents: Bluetooth V 2.1 Stereo Audio Transmitter x1 USB charging cable x1 User Manual x1
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Top Customer Reviews
When a signal was being lost I found that you would get a little bit of sound corruption and hissing, this gave you plenty of warning before a total loss of signal. If asked I would give this handy little item a score of 9/10.
So after all these years of use, they seem to have gone missing, so here I am again to buy another.... or maybe two!!!
I spotted Bluetooth transmitter adapters and choose this one specifically as it said it would connect to a TV, was a reasonable price and had a rechargeable battery.
When it arrived it looks a quality product, small, and easy to set up. Just plug lead into headphone socket of TV, after charging up the adapter using a USB lead. Set the headphones on, hold close and switch on adapter and hold for a couple of seconds to simply pair up. Sound is great from about 4-5m away from TV, solved my problem easily.
I plugged it into my Panasonic Viera TVs Headphone socket and connected instantly to my Logitech Bluetooth Headphones.
Clear and stable Audio from approx 4 metres.
I have not needed to walk around with this unit connected as TV is in my Bedroom.
Wanted to use with television and my Bose heaphones but quality is so poor enjoyment of programme is impossible and I may as well have used string and a couple of cans.
To cut a long story short I discovered that the BTT005 was not charging correctly due to what appeared to be a dodgy connection inside the unit. Hence it was returned for a refund and I ordered a different make.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My TV has a jackplug headphone output.Now any programme from any device playing through my TV can be transmitted and received by my Bluetooth SpeakerPublished 2 months ago by Commissioner Sanders
Great little gadget. It enables me to wirelessly connect my ipod whilst working in the work room to a hi-fi speaker or head phones. Worked straight out of the box.Published 7 months ago by David Ferndale
Tbh I didn't get this to work but I think that is down to me...I ordered the wrong thing.Published 9 months ago by Stephen Wearing
After several attempts and lots of reading the instructions, it finally did pair with a Samsung speaker bar from my very old stereo amplifier. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Vonnie D
a lot of lag between this and the paired device when watching a moving picture with soundPublished 11 months ago by Mr Thomas Doughty