DIGMALL Latest Bluetooth V5.0 Audio Transmitter/Receiver, it features the most advanced QUALCOMM/CSR solution , which makes it a very handy device for those who want to get away from wires, Match Your Smart Life.
2-IN-1 Compact Design, One Button to Switch
Transmitter -> Bluetooth-enable your TV, PC, AV receiver (e.g. Yamaha, Onkyo, Denon), TV Box etc. Stream audio to any Bluetooth headphones / speakers, e.g. Bose, Beats, Sony, Plantronics, Apple AirPods headphones.
Receiver -> Bluetooth-enable a wired speaker, soundbar, home theater etc. Receive audio wirelessly from any Bluetooth audio device e.g. PC, mobile phone, Echo, Echo Dot etc.
Compatible with devices with RCA and AUX audio Jack.
No More Lip-Sync Delay
Uses low latency to eliminate lip sync delay to 40ms. Use one BTI-018 as a BT transmitter, another one as a BT receiver to support Low Latency technology.
Uses one BTI-018 as a BT transmitter, another one as a BT receiver to support Low Latency.
Support dual link Low Latency streaming.
For non-Low Latency supported headphones / speakers (e.g. Bose, Beats, Sony headphones), BTI-018 will work using SBC with 70-200ms latency, though Lip-sync delay may be noticed by sensitive users.
Play While Charging
Safely charge the transmitter & stream music for long periods.
1x USB Charging Cable
1x 3.5mm Cable
1x 2.5mm RCA Cable
1x User Manual
■The adapter does not support volume control and can only be adjusted via a Bluetooth headset / audio source.
■When using the 3.5mm / AUX or the RCA audio out - please be sure to use the TV Red / White audio ports labeled "AUDIO OUT"!
■Not compatible with ANY RCA output on the back of the AV Receiver / Amplifier.
■When using the transmitter, the TV internal speakers might not work or may become muted. This is TV dependent.
1.93 x 1.93 x 0.51 inches
Item model number
1 Lithium ion batteries required.
For the longest time I've got by with a set of Audio Unlimited 900MHz wireless speakers, but finally the wireless environment in our home got too much for them and they suffered from uncorrectable interference that spoiled the enjoyment of TV via our projector. So we decided to try a bluetooth audio transmitter instead, swapping out the Audio Unlimited tin cans for quite a nice sounding JBL3 that my wife uses. Unfortunately I then discovered about the issue of audio lag/lack of synch with the video which had never been a problem with the Audio Unlimited hardware. Turned out the JBL3 didn't have the latest low-latency BT audio, and audio was noticably delayed by maybe a third to a half of a second - certainly enough to make it unusable. (Someone needs to invent an HDMI video delay line to compensate!) Anyway, it appeared the solution was to double-down and buy a second BT device, since these ones support both transmitting and receiving, and use low-latency mode when talking to each other. Well, it works - sort of - my guess is the latency is down to one or two video frames - enough for me to notice it but not for everyone to notice. I guess I can live with it, though at some point I think I'll have to run a wire under the floorboards or above the ceiling and eliminate the delay properly because I *am* continually aware of it.
Apart from the real-time issues, these do seem like quite nice devices, with a trivial pairing procedure (just hold down the button - didn't even need to scan the manual) and no 4 digit numbers to enter. So far I've been running off the pre-charged internal battery but soon I'll have to attach a micro USB to keep them charged. It does look like they can charge and play at the same time so shouldn't be an issue at all (apart from a few dollars extra for the two PSUs, but who doesn't have a bunch of those lying around nowadays...)
I have a couple of good Bluetooth receivers already, but wanted to buy a Bluetooth transmitter to be able to watch TV and not disturb anyone. Unfortunately, although it looked like it was trying to pair it never actually paired with any device that I had in either the transmit or receiver mode. I tried it with at least five devices and it never paired once. I called Amazon support and although they tried their best to help me get it to
pair, it never would. I returned it and decided to go with a refund rather than another one of these items. I’m going to do a bit more reading before trying another brand. My experience may have been unique, but it was frustrating.
I don't have much experience with blue tooth devices so I was hoping that this would work for what I wanted. I wanted to listen to my 5 CD player at pool side while the player was closed up in the pool house.
I read the instructions and it seemed pretty simple. I first charged the transmitter via the USB port with the supplied cable. The red LED when out after about 45 minutes indicating full charge. I plugged the transmitter into the stereo headphone jack of the CD player with the supplied cable and turned on the CD player, transmitter and the blue tooth speakers I bought to use with this set up. Without doing anything else, after about 3 to 5 seconds the speakers played the "I'm synced" tone and that was all there was to it.
The sound quality was excellent. As good as the CD player speakers. I can't vouch for battery life. I used it about 2 hours and was done for the day and put it back on the charger. I also only used it about 20 feet from the speakers so I didn't test the range. I may update this review after the next use.
The transmitter was used the the following speakers, and super easy. True plug and play:
I checked the range today and carried the speakers away from the transmitter until the audio started breaking up. I didn't measure it with a tape measure but it was at least 33 feet, probably a little more. So I would say the stated specifications are accurate. Still very satisfied with purchase.
I hooked it up to my projector speaker output and it works great.
This thing is great because it enables my Bluetooth earpiece for running but it plus the earbud, plus my iPod nano have to be at full power for the complete system to work at all. I'm used to just being able to grab iPod and earbuds and GO for days without charging, wheras with this I've only been able to use it a handful of times because it takes forever to charge to full power, and if I forget to charge 1 of the 3 components--or one wasn't plugged in completely----forget it! Still have to carry this during run plus iPod and have earbud so it's just annoying carrying one ore piece, especially since this doesn't have a clip.
This adapter gets the job done, I haven't used it on the stereo yet. I have used it on my MP3 player and it worked great, glad I purchased this device. It pair up pretty easy also.
SOUNDS TERRIBLE.... the sound quality is SOO BAD, that honestly I would rather not listen to any music at all. Innovative-10, Battery Life-10, Function- (0-1). I purchased this item to transmit music and phone calls, not because it has a good battery life, and that’s the only good thing I could find to say about it. DO NOT waste your money.
So far so good. Purchased product to connect to a MP3 player I purchased for walking audio tours for hubby and I to listen to one device at the same time....will update after trip. I am also going to try using it for our TV...at times I want to listen to something while he is studying, this way I can without disturbing him.