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Stereo TV Transmitter/Bluetooth Dongle
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- ClearSounds QLing bluetooth stereo transmitter - Supports: TV, iPod, HiFi, MP3 player, media player, laptop and other audio devices - V2.1+EDR, class II - A2DP - 2.4 GHz spectrum frequency range - Works up to 33 feet - Plays up to 7 hours after charge time of 2-3 hours - Technology provides high-speed data transfer for seamless synchronization of sound with video for optimum TV and DVD player use
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The only downside is that I still think it's a bit high in cost for just being a bluetooth transmitter. But if you got money to spare then might as well get a good bluetooth transmitter than a cheap quality one.
I bought this unit to replace a similar type of BT transmitter I have had for a few years. The old one was inclined to studder frequently and lost paring every time I turned off my headset. This one keeps the paring and no drop outs so far. I'm using it only about 10 feet away from my TV
Fortunately my new TV has an option to keep the sound going to the TV speakers even if the audio out jack is in use which allows me to leave the transmitter plugged into the audio out jack continuously. I just turn the sound down to 0 on my TV when I am using my BT headset. If it weren't for this feature I would have to go behind the TV and unplug the transmitter each time I wanted to use it which would be a pain. If you don't have this feature on your TV you might want to consider a transmitter that uses the TV optical out instead of audio out jack.
Most recent customer reviews
The unit works great, but the range is rather short, and it arrive within the 2 weeks as promise!Published 6 months ago by Andy Chiu
Worked for a couple of weeks then failed. Replaced with a different brand.Published 14 months ago by Speedy-C
I bought this transmitter to use with my elctric guitar. The sound is great but there is an anoying 1/10 of a second delay.Published on Nov. 3 2013 by Michel Degready