Stream from up to 50 feet away with this Aluratek BT5 transmitter. The rechargeable design saves you from having to replace the battery for added convenience. This Aluratek BT5 transmitter features Bluetooth compatibility, so connecting to PCs, TVs, MP3 players and a variety of other devices is quick and simple.
Compatible with most devices with 3.5mm auxiliary output
Aluratek's Bluetooth transmitter with Bluetooth 5.0 is a perfect way to add Bluetooth transmitting functionality to any audio output device with a 3.5 mm auxiliary output, headset output, or RCA output jack.
Two Bluetooth headphones can be paired at the same time, so you can stream to both devices simultaneously.
Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity with aptX low-latency codec support
Features superior wireless performance.
Wireless range of up to 50'
Lets you enjoy freedom from cables and cords.
Sleep mode function
Provides automatic turnoff within five minutes after being disconnected from any device.
The built-in lithium-ion battery lasts up to 10 hours on a full charge. The transmitter allows streaming while charging.
A:AnswerYou need to run a simple test before you can solve the problem. Have you plugged in a standard, wired headphone into the new TV's headphone jack to see if it is "live?" The transmitter can only broadcast what it "sees" at its input. You may be broadcasting silence if the headphone jack is disabled in your TV's SETTINGS.
I'd bet the test headphones (wired) are silent, too. Most TV's are delivered with the headphone jack disabled in the settings. My LG is that way. In order to get multi-channel output through HDMI or optical, you can't also have stereo to the headphone output. The TV manufacturer expects the end user is primarily interested in multi-channel output. If you go into your SOUND or AUDIO settings you will likely see a list of options where you can choose which outputs to enable and/or how many channels to output. Some choices may force you to choose between two desirable outcomes, and give up something.
A:AnswerAbsolutely not. If it "technically does" through the bluetooth spec, it still sounds like junk. This transmitter is VERY noisy. Static and ticking. It is not what you want for hi-fi by any means.