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No. It recieves data. The mp3 player 'transmits' the sounds. You would need the bluetooth transmitter. This item is a receiver.
By Adrian on 08 August 2014
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Sorry I don't know. I suppose if you can connect headphones to it, the thing should work.
By Dutchy on 18 March 2014
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Hi, you cant connect to multiple devices at once, and to switch to a different device you have to tripple tap the action button on the side of the receiver, putting it in pairing mode again enabling you to be able to connect to it using the other device.
By joe m-willis on 18 June 2016
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Hi there,
Not sure what you are trying to do it receives Bluetooth from another device and converts the signal to phono for input to an amplifier or other aux connection.

By Mr. Mark Durrant on 08 August 2014
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It works perfectly in my 2005 Citroen C4 & 2005 Citroen C6. Even works in my old homestereo fr.o.m. The 80's! Can see any reason why IT shouldn't work in your Vauxhall/Opel. Regards Anders Hammar Sweden
By Anders Hammar on 10 June 2015
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Mine does click when it connects or disconnects. Not very loud as I did not notice it until I tried it again as a result of your question.
By Alans21 on 27 June 2014
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Yeh should be no reason why not it pairs with any device that has bluetooth.
By Mrs. M. E. Vigurs on 25 August 2014
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you will first need to "pair" the receiver with your TV then it should work with ny headphones plugged into the receiver so long as the jack plug is the same size
By Colin donaldson on 17 June 2016
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Hi . We have a Lexus and haven't tried it yet but have the adapter to go in the lighter plug ( a thing of the past) . I am sure it will work in any aux connector
By gillian cotter on 31 October 2015