Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: Bluetooth Transmitter for TV Audio Low Latency by HomeSpot TV Ears Wireless Audio Adapter for Headphones, Bluetooth 4.0 no Lip Sync Digital Optical Dual Stream Toslink SPDIF 2 Devices Simultaneously
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I've been trying to find a way to get 2 echo devices to act as speakers on my samsung TV so I don't have to have the tv at full volume to hear it from the other side of the room. The built in bluetooth only allows one connection, so I found this little device.
Unfortunately, it was a little fiddly to configure, but I did manage to get both devices connected, but the sound was a good 1/4 second out on lipsync, even when right next to the device / TV. As the TV bluetooth was out of sync with a single device, this was a risk that I was willing to take.
However, I found then if connected to both devices, it will drop in and out rapidly, and then after a few seconds, one speaker stop outputting anything, even though it says that its still connected. It would then be slightly difficult to "reset" the whole thing to try again.
I now have to see if I can find another use for it (I doubt it) or send it back :(
Not recommended for Bluetooth 2.0 headsets – according to the manufacturer you need Bluetooth 3.0 to use the high-quality aptX codec, otherwise it reverts to lower quality codecs.
I’m using it with two Bluetooth 2.0 headsets; I can connect both units with only a little hassle, but the connection is often weak and sometimes very unstable.
Sometimes the background sound will drop away, and sound will only cut back in with spoken dialogue. Sometimes a channel will drop and sound will only come out of one side of the headsets. Often the headset signal will drop entirely after perhaps an hour, meaning you have to stop a film, switch the headset off and on and wait up to 5 minutes for the transmitter to re-pair with it.
I’ve stopped using the unit while plugged in to the charging cable; this sometimes appears to interfere with the transmission and introduce background static. I’ve also tried using an audio extension cable to move the transmitter to within 2m of the headsets, which helps a little. The advert shows it being used while a baby sleeps, but you should be aware that this suffers from the same interference problems from having a baby-monitor near-by as many other devices.
Unfortunately I’d have better audio quality and have spent less money on a cable solution, but newer Bluetooth headset uses may not have the same issues.
Bought this because of price and dual feature. Found the setting up a wee bit complex but took my time and worked through it slowly and it all came together. In fact once I had it set up it seemed to be quite seamless, result. I think there is a bit of latency but we have bought very cheap headphones and the instructions give a bit of information on that and the next set we buy will be better. If I need another, I will buy this again.
Brilliant HD Bluetooth Audio Transmitter for any TV, includes Toslink. Very easy to set up and worked straight away first time. Very good range using headphones from room to room. With no signal lose. Blue tooth switches off when TV goes on standby. Charges off TV USB. No re-pairing required after turning off. Would recommend to anyone that has no Bluetooth built in their TV.
Bought for Sony TV and Bose QC35ii. Took quite a while to pair, the Toslink didn’t work. It won’t work whilst watching HD channels and the lip-sync is sporadic between channels. Sound is good but is that not just the fact I bought premium headphones? Seems to be a gap for a market leading manufacturer to bridge the odd Bluetooth missing links but with poor hearing that I have and normally family members wanting to hear live tv I’m kind of stuck here....