TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver, 2-in-1 Wireless 3.5mm Adapter (aptX Low Latency, 2 Devices Simultaneously, for TV/Home Sound System/Car/Nintendo Switch)
- LOW DELAY: aptX Low Latency for High-fidelity Stereo Sound, lag-free content streaming in transmitter mode. Low Latency supported Bluetooth receiver is required.
- MAKE IT TWO: Upgraded 2-in-1 Bluetooth V5.0 transmitter can be paired with two Bluetooth receivers (like headphones + speakers) simultaneously. Note: aptX Low Latency does NOT support Dual Link mode.
- ALWAYS ON: TaoTronics Bluetooth 2-in-1 Adapter continuously streams even while charging. Built-in battery for up to 10 hours use - enjoy your favorite wireless content all the time.
- BLUETOOTH EVERYWHERE: In Transmitter mode, turn a non-Bluetooth TV, PC, CD player, iPod, MP3 / MP4 into Bluetooth transmitter. Receiver mode: Ideal for home or vehicle music streaming sound system.
- PURE SOUND: aptX audio codec for a richer and deeper sound experience. Listen to CD-like audio quality at no compromise. Plus, 12 + 6 month extended warranty and 24/7 friendly customer service.
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|Audio Jack||3.5mm / RCA||Digital Optical / 3.5mm / RCA||3.5mm / RCA|
|Working Range||10m / 33ft||10m / 33ft||10m / 33ft|
|Support aptX Low Latency||✓||✓||✓|
|Volume + / －||NO||NO||In Receiver Mode|
|Music Play / Pause||NO||NO||In Receiver Mode|
|Pair with two Bluetooth headphones Simultaneously||✓||✓||✓|
|Support aptX HD||NO||NO||NO|
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TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter & Receiver
Unlock the full potential of your devices with TaoTronics Bluetooth 5.0 transmitter, adopting aptX Low Latency technology to deliver high-fidelity stereo sound with no delay. Confidently & seamlessly stream music from your phone/tablet to wired headphone/speaker.
- aptX Low Latency: No More Delays
- Fast Setup: Ready Instantly
- Small Size: Space-Saving & Portable
- Wider Range: Stream audio in spacious rooms
- Stream While Charging: Enjoy Non-Stop Music
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I ordered two, which arrived very quickly, and then it was a simple case of pairing them as transmitter and receiver. They worked perfectly for the duration of the three hour event. They are small enough to tuck out the way, and light enough not to adversely effect the smartphone 3-axis gimbal.
Update: Note this device only supports aptX (in addition to aptX Low Latency) in transmit mode. It does not support base level aptX in receive mode, only SBC. Pairing two of these together has 202 ms latency. If you need it, there are competing products that claim to support aptX Low Latency also in receive mode.
- Great quality
- Pairing is quick and painless
- Sound quality is very good
Cons (in receiver mode)
- When nothing is connected, audible high pitched noise is present sometimes
- Bluetooth device wont automatically pair with the unit when it powers on. Need to enter pair mode (holding power button) every time
Overall a great device for the price.
After reading reviews for this device, I was expecting to get some lag when pairing it with my Plantronics sports earphones to watch TV, however, I was surprised to find that wasn't the case at all for the vast majority of times I use it, I get no perceptible lag, lip syncing is fine. I've found that using a longer 3.5mm stereo cable to connect the transmitter to the TV headphone socket works better than the short one provided with the product, the short cable results in the transmitter having to sit slightly behind my TV, which does result in a little bit of lag, the longer cable, however, means the transmitter can sit on top of my entertainment unit, and in that position it works lag free over a distance of about 4 metres to where I'm sitting.
The device is tiny, so you can easily carry it with you anywhere, it connects to devices via a standard 3.5mm stereo jack and it charges via a standard micro USB port, so there's no proprietary cables involved meaning a lost/damaged cable is extremely easy and cheap to replace.
Couldn't be happier with my TaoTronics Bluetooth Transmitter, I definitely made the right choice when choosing this one over all the other options available.
The quality it good, that includes both sound and build.
The aptX low latency makes a huge difference (if your headphones support it). There's virtually no lag.
There's occasional popping though, and sometimes in quiet scenes the music cuts out (even though there should still be some quiet sounds). Not sure if its our earphones or this transmitter.
I previously experienced a pretty bad static hum on my unit but after further testing and playing around with the included cables this appears to have gone away and the situation has vastly improved. I've updated my star rating to reflect this.
The only thing holding this unit back from being excellent is that the UI of pressing the button to make it pair, turn on/off, etc. can be quite fiddly - it isn't particularly intuitive.
All in all I think this unit is a good option for adding BT sound output to devices that don't natively support it. I've paired with my Logitech MX Sound speakers and Apple Airpods - both worked flawlessly.
Picked up one of these off the back of an article I read as a way to link my Nintendo Switch up to bluetooth speakers / headphones. The unit does what it says it will and sound quality for the most part is good but there is a constant low static hum throughout the broadcast which is particularly annoying.
The hum is less noticeable when you have the volume up high but that's probably more of a work around than an actual fix to the issue. There may be other options out there which provide a better experience.
It arrived super quick and was better quality then I expected.
So far its been great, easy to set up and works as it should, no latency issue or loss in sound quality.
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The battery lasts longer than my bluetooth headphones plus it can charge while operating so battery life isn't an issue.
Pairing is comparatively simple. Note that the device clears its entire pairing history every time you flip the RX/TX (receive/transmit) switch to the other side. Pairing the TX(transmit) mode is perhaps more difficult because you will typically be pairing with a BT headphone or speaker. Once pairing is activated, the TaoTronics will pair with the "closest" BT device. In reality I guess it just pairs with the strongest audio-capable BT signal it can find. So if there are plenty of BT devices around it could in theory pair with the wrong device, but you'll know when you got it right. I would recommend that you try to pair with your headphones in a space away from other BT noise to keep things simple. For example, I once tried to pair the TaoTronics to my BT headphones without success... until I realized it kept pairing with my TV's soundbar in the room next door :) Moving away solved the problem. Of course, once paired, everything will work fine until you flip the RX/TX switch (which you're unlikely to do often).
Pairing in RX mode is much easier because typically you would be pairing with e.g. a smartphone which allows you to control the the pairing process in a more user friendly way.
The TaoTronics has an internal battery that charges through a normal USB phone charger. It can charge while it is being used.
Highly recommended if you are looking to add BT capability to an older audio device.
How to pair guide and everything needed like usb cable, wires and all are included.
Plus it has a very good battery life too!
The connection sequence is still kind of unclear for me. Here is what I did, Took the transmitter out of box (it's very small, like the size of Nokia 2300 battery), paired it with my Bluetooth speakers and Bluetooth Headset(2 devices allowed, another huge plus). Then connected this transmitter to TV's 3.5 mm jack and changed sound source on TV menu to external speaker. It didn't work... Rebooted tv, still didn't work. Kept the transmitter connected to TV and attempted pairing again, didn't work. Tried to switch to red / white audio out instead of 3.5 mm, still no luck. Switched back to 3.5 mm, paired again and it worked!
So I have no clue what actually made it work. 😆
But once it started working, it's awesome. I've always regretted the poor quality of my TV's sound... But this was the perfect fix.
Bye Bye thoughts of buying expensive soundbars, Hello Bose Soundlink Mini.
The only complaint I have are that some hotel TVs don’t have audio-out jacks, some have digital-only ones so this won’t work, and some either don’t have USB jacks or the jacks don’t provide power.
A usb power bank works for the latter issue, if you travel with one (and we do), but the digital bit I hadn’t foreseen, or I would have purchased a model that supports it. But this one is so tiny that it fits in the shute headphone case, even with the cables, where the digital one looks considerably larger, so it’s a balancing act I guess. (And now I bring my earphones too, so I can pop them in as earplugs if the Bluetooth won’t work.)
I will be purchasing another one of these devices for a second older TV.
Another plus is that the projector has a dedicated USB power port and this BT transmitter/receiver can be plugged in to power when running, so we could view endless movies and never worry about the BT transmitter/receiver running low on battery.
(1) When I am on a Delta flight and there is in flight entertainment and I do not feel like using the GO-GO app on my phone to watch a movie because I want to try to go to sleep and I want to utilize my noise canceling headphones. When I use my Bose noise canceling head-phones, as soon as I utilize the 3.5mm jack, the noise canceling feature is gone. To circumvent this issue, I bought this contraption and it appears to work OK.
(2) When I want to watch TV and do not want my kids to wake up at night. I simply plug this in the back of my TV's microphone jack (which I honestly did not even know that TV's come with this) and this works great. Of course you are always limited by the technology of Bluetooth in regards to distance and quality, not the product itself. The product is compliant in terms of functionality. I can use my Bluetooth headphones and watch TV (rather than through my phone) and hear everything without anyone else hearing the TV.
(3) The Bluetooth drivers for my P50 laptop are a little quirky still and seems rather under-developed. Sometimes, I like to either stream Netflix through my laptop when I am in a hotel or I do video-conferencing through my laptop. A lot of times I am in a noisy manufacturing environment and my noise canceling headphones are great when I am trying to have a meeting. This device also works great for this purpose. As I have said before, if I use my 3.5MM jack right through the headphones...the noise canceling feature on my headphones goes away.
I've hooked up the transmitter to my home entertainment system and then to my Nintendo Switch so that I can use my Bose "QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless, Noise Cancelling" Headphones with them. During quiet or low-volume scenes the transmitter will stop working until the scene volume increases. It's very annoying. I assume it's a power-saving "feature". The headphones work fine with my iPhone, iPad and PC without issue.