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Bring life back to outdated, non-Bluetooth® devices with the Targus® Bluetooth Audio Transmitter & Receiver. Using Bluetooth 5.0 technology, this special 2-in-1 transmitter and receiver allows you to either transmit sound from a non-Bluetooth source to your favorite Bluetooth speaker, or vice versa, allows your non-Bluetooth speaker system to receive sounds from a Bluetooth device. Ready to connect to in-flight entertainment or the treadmill at the gym? The Bluetooth Audio Transmitter & Receiver make sound streaming simple.
Measuring 1.3" x 2", the transmitter is lightweight and portable, so it’s easy to throw into your backpack or carry-on. And, no need to worry about losing sound on your flight or in the middle of your workout, its rechargeable battery provides up to 9 hours of music playback time. With a Bluetooth range of up to 32 ft. (10 m), this device helps you stay connected.
In receiving mode, simply insert the 3.5 mm jack of your wired headphone into the Targus Bluetooth Audio Transmitter & Receiver. The Bluetooth device will automatically recognize your speaker and connect. A blue LED will flash slowly to indicate it’s working. In transmitting mode, use the included 3.5 mm aux cable and connect the transmitter to your smart phone or radio. Once paired with a Bluetooth headphone, the blue LED will flash rapidly to indicate a successful connection.
Our wireless Bluetooth speakers, headphones, and earbuds are useless on non-Bluetooth devices like an older radio, gym equipment, or on an in-flight entertainment system. The Targus® Bluetooth Audio Transmitter & Receiver adds Bluetooth to devices that don’t have it.
No need to share earbuds — you can tune-in to the same tunes with your partner on your own headset of choice. This device has multi-point support that connects up to two devices simultaneously.
Equipped with a rechargeable lithium polymer battery, the transmitter/receiver carries up to 9 hours of listening time. Plug the included Micro USB charging cable into a computer’s USB-A port or USB-A charger. During charging, the red LED indicator light will turn on, and then turn off when fully charged.