TaoTronics 65ft AptX Low Latency Bluetooth Transmitter/Receiver 3.5mm AUX Wireless Audio Adapter for TV Car Stereo System (Hands-Free Calling in RX Mode, Pair 2 Bluetooth Headphones) (TT-BA12)What is In The Box: 1 x TaoTronics 2-in-1 Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver TT-BA12 1 x 3.5mm Audio Cable 1 x 3.5mm Female to RCA Male Cable 1 x USB Charging Cable 1 x User Guide Dual Bluetooth Transmitter & Receiver The TaoTronics Portable Bluetooth 4.2 Transmitter and Receiver TT-BA12 connects via 3.5mm or RCA and streams audio to your Bluetooth headphones or speakers in TX mode. Set it to RX mode to wirelessly receive audio from iphone smartphones, iPads or computer in car or home sound system. Hands-Free Calling while Driving Connecting the TaoTronics 2-in-1 Bluetooth Adapter with Microphone in RX mode will allow it to communicate directly with your smartphone. Answer or hang up incoming calls via the multifunction button and talk with the integrated mic. Wider Range for Spacious Environments Feeling 32ft / 10m of working range is not enough? Rejoice yourself with the broader connectivity field of the TaoTronics Bluetooth Adapter and stream audio to or from your Bluetooth devices from up to 65ft / 20m. Artfully Synchronized Audio with aptX-LL Lip-sync delay is the archenemy of all Bluetooth adapters. But fret not! TaoTronics has equipped the Bluetooth 4.2 Transmitter with an aptX Low Latency audio codec for a real-time sound transmission when playing games or watching movies in TX mode. Connects to 2 Devices Unlike those Bluetooth adapters that can communicate with just one device at a time, the TaoTronics Portable Wireless Adapter can transmit to up to two Bluetooth headphones, speakers, or soundbars simultaneously. Turn it on and it will automatically reconnect to the last two paired devices.
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