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This Bluetooth Transceiver Connects All Your Stuff For Just $10

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Theoretically it could be useful for connecting to computer speakers, the aux input to a car stereo, etc., but bluetooth device compatibility has been very hit-or-miss, and it changes - I have an inexpensive "blackweb" device purchased from Walmart a while back. It (mostly) worked with V1.20 firmware, but does not work with V1.30 (it pairs, but no audio comes through it). An older Docooler 2-in-1 device still works.

Hopefully the coupon will still be valid when @Nchpiboy confirms that it works :)
 

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Of course, we must consider that this product is produced in...and, perhaps, even sent from....Communist China. And, considering the politics of that place, and their unwillingness to respect American patents and trade agreements, there's no reason to believe that they will safeguard credit card information either.
 

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Theoretically it could be useful for connecting to computer speakers, the aux input to a car stereo, etc., but bluetooth device compatibility has been very hit-or-miss, and it changes - I have an inexpensive "blackweb" device purchased from Walmart a while back. It (mostly) worked with V1.20 firmware, but does not work with V1.30 (it pairs, but no audio comes through it). An older Docooler 2-in-1 device still works.

Hopefully the coupon will still be valid when @Nchpiboy confirms that it works :)
Yes all good- code worked for me
 

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there's no reason to believe that they will safeguard credit card information either.
Considering it's being sold on Amazon, and not direct from the Communist Chinese hooligan thieves, I don't see how those red commies could get any financial info from the buyer. Last I checked, Amazon is based in the USA! Put a big flag in the pickup bed and chant USA! USA! USA!
 

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Hmm I have one of these different brand though doesn't work with G5 because its a streaming device and I believe the G5 Bluetooth needs a cellphone type Bluetooth device.
Tim :cool:
 

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I'm using this one at the moment connected to a RS Pro-135 sending signal to a bluetooth speaker. I also use it set to receive connected to my Onkyo AVR and stream Youtube from my Moto E3 to my AVR.

Next thing I plan to use it for is to transmit scanner signal in my Rav4 to this amp with two four ohm speakers.
 

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Just got mine. I ordered it for other reasons, but I can report:

- G4 V1.40-T02E : it finds this BT hub, but is unable to connect.
- Icom R30: same thing. In general my R30 is more BT friendly than the G4.

Still can't beat it for $10!
 

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Just ordered one- worth a try for $10 ish. Thanks for the post
Follow up on this device: Works great! Sends audio from my BCD325 headphone jack to my Bluetooth headphones or my Bluetooth speaker.
You can pair and use with two devices at once.
 

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That's cool, but since this is the Unication forum, I think we really want to know if it works with a Gx pager. Based on @eorange 's post, it sounds like that'd be a "negative"...
 
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