MEE audio - Connect Universal Dual-Headphone Bluetooth Audio Transmitter for TV - Black

Stream high-definition sound wirelessly with this Connect dual headphone and speaker adapter. The adapter uses Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX technology to create low-latency, high-fidelity audio from up to 30 feet away. This Connect dual headphone and speaker adapter has a built-in battery for use on the go or simply when moving between TVs or audio devices in your home.
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    Overview

    What's Included


    • 3.5mm audio cable
    • 3.5mm to RCA adapter
    • MEE audio Connect Universal Dual-Headphone Bluetooth Audio Transmitter for TV
    • Micro-USB charging cable
    • Owner's manual
    • TOSLINK digital optical SPDIF audio cable

    Ratings & Reviews


    Overall Customer Rating:
    89% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (787 out of 890)

    Features


    Bluetooth 4.0 interface syncs with compatible devices

    Wirelessly transfer photos, music and other media between the laptop and your Bluetooth-enabled cell phone or MP3 player, or connect Bluetooth wireless accessories.

    Wireless range up to 33'

    Lets you enjoy freedom from cables and cords.

    Additional ports

    Digital audio input (optical) and headphones.


    Customer rating

    4.4
    89%
    would recommend to a friend

    Pros

    Cons

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      I love this Device!

      Posted
      Bre57

      I purchased this device upon the word of the geek squad. I debated a couple of days watching You tube videos on connecting the device to the new Sony TV, I went ahead and purchased it, took it home and was amazed how easy it was to hook up to the TV and even easier to connect my over-the-ears headphones. I watched regular cable for a while then switched to Netflix. I never head any lag in sound, pops or any other disturbance. So this morning I went and purchased earbuds and connected it to the device. Connecting a second pair of headphones was a easy as the first pair. With this device you can have two headphones (or earbuds) connected at the same time. Its nice that one person can turn their headphones up on sound and the other set may want to listen at a lower level. I have the Monster - Power Gold 600 6-Outlet/2-USB Surge Protector and I connected the USB cord for the Mee power connection in the surge protector. If you use the USB port in your TV it will not keep this device charging while the TV is turned off, it only charges when it is on. The device is small so it won't take up room. One reviewer purchased Velcro and placed it on the back of his TV. I personally have a TV stand for I don't have any issue with room. This is worth the making the plunge to purchase it. I watch TV in the bedroom at night when my husband is watching our 82" with sound bar in the living room. I couldn't be happier. I have included the headset and earbuds that I purchased on the advice of my daughter and glad I did. Thanks Geek Squad for your advice.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      MEE Bluetooth Transmitter worked great for me!

      Posted
      DrWhom

      After spending hours and hours researching how I could use a pair of Bluetooth headphones to listen to audio on my Sony XBR television, I finally found the tool to get the job done. The MEE was very easy to pair with my Beats Solo headphones. I used the 3.5 plug. First I had to disconnect the headphones from my computer Bluetooth, because it was making the pairing with the MEE difficult. I used the 3.5 audio plug because the Sony XBR 850 was using the optic slot to send audio to my Sony Sound Bar. As soon as I plugged in the 3.5 plug, the sound on the TV went off, but it was in the headphones. For the Sony, you need to go into HOME, Sound, and select the box that turns off the TV's sound...when headphones are being used. You need to reverse it..when you are through with the headphones, so you can hear the sound from the TV again. The MEE has not lost the Bluetooth pairing since I started it up. Sound on my regular TV is kept at about 20...sound on the headphones needs to be around 60, but will revert back to 20 when you quit the phones and go back to the regular television sound. Spent $60 at my local Best Buy for the MEE transmitter but it was worth it. The MEE comes with a nice long 3.5 audio cord, long enough charger cord, and a optic cord. I did not have to buy any additional extensions to install the MEE. The MEE sits on top of my DVD player...just because it is handy there. It could be mounted out of site with velcro...but, I wanted it easily accessible in case it needed to be (re)paired off and on. Worth the money. Note that the Sony XBR 55-850B 4K Smart TV...apparently comes with a "Bluetooth" of sorts, but it is only for the "mouse" that comes with the TV...or so the manual says.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great addition to any TV without Bluetooth

      Posted
      Johnnyboy84
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      I purchased a Samsung TV last year and was spoiled because it has all the bells and whistles Bluetooth audio, 4K, HDR, etc. I have two other 4K televisions that were purchased when 4K first came out. I really wanted Bluetooth audio for watching TV & Movies and games so I could fully immerse myself in the content I enjoy. This transmitter provided all the necessary cables such as optical, mono (red & white) to 3.5 mm adapter, 3.5 mm cable and usb micro cable to charge the device it runs off a battery or can be plugged in. My TV would not let me route audio through mono, I have a sound bar that is using the optical connection so I used the Roku 4 to output the audio using the provided toslink cable and it works flawlessly. I went and purchased a velcro adhesive strip and attached it to the back of the TV and I left the usb cable plugged in so it would always have power and not have to run off of the battery. TL;DR Pros: - Small form factor - All cables are included - Affordable - Has an on and off switch - Bluetooth 4.0 - Supports A2DP if that matters to you - Can pair two headphones to the transmitter - Cheaper alternative to buying a newer TV Cons: - Have yet to find one

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Great Product

      Posted
      Charlie

      On 11/20/17 i purchased a LG 65 Inch TV (65UJ6050) and BOSE Quietcomfort 35 ii Head Phones. The TV is a cheap model and does not have Blue Tooth Capabilities so i was not able to pair the Head Phones with the TV. i Researched this device and was not confident buying it due to some poor ratings and the fact that i could not find any reviews using expensive Bose headset to pair with LG TV. so I took a chance and purchased the MEE Audio connect from Best Buy with the feeling that i might be returning it. The device paired very easy with my BOSE headphones. It was getting it to work that was a little tricky. I paired the devise with my Headphones before plugging in any other cables. Only the USB power plug into the TV and other end into the device. My BOSE has an App on my phone so i could see that Blue tooth was connected. First I tried the Audio RF cables(Red & White ones ) as my TV does not have Headphone Jack cable input . That did not work. (maybe I should have unplugged the Sound bar completely but had not) I removed them and tried the (square) Optical cable that is provided. I already had a sound bar connected with the same type of Optical cable, my sound bar is not a transmitter so i could not use it to send signal to the head phones, I had to unplug the "square" Optical cable for the sound bar and put in the one provided in the box. Now for the more difficult part, Then had to go to the TV settings and toggle off internal speakers to output /external speakers. At first it did not work. i then unplugged and disconnected the sound bar completely from the TV. (HDMI cable that was still connected.) I switched off the headphone Blue tooth connection and restarted it. And it worked, I tried watching Tv and the sound is good. Sound was sync with picture and decent volume. When i went back to tv setting after having it on regular speakers the HP did not work, i then switched off the HP Blue tooth and back on and it picked up the signal again.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      This is perfect if you want/need low latency

      Posted
      Deadstroke11
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite MemberElite Member

      This is a very good Bluetooth transmitter. If you want to run sound from your TV or receiver to your Bluetooth headphones, these are excellent for that. PLEASE NOTE: I've read the bad reviews, and as is the case with most people who buy certain electronics, they don't do all their homework before buying things. Some people have said that they bought this transmitter and still have a delay when trying to watch movies or play video games. These people don't understand that BOTH the transmitter and headphones need to support aptX low latency. I guarantee you that these reviewers bought wildly expensive Bluetooth headphones that DO NOT support low latency. The Bose Quiet Comfort 35s, for one, don't support it despite their amazing sound and $350 price tag. There will be lag if you use these for that purpose! I have Plantronics Backbeat Pro 2s paired to this and connected to my receiver and there is absolutely NO delay whatsoever with movies or games. Do your homework and stop blaming the device!

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Game Changer

      Posted
      LarryH
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® Elite Plus MemberElite Plus Member

      Our brand new Sony 4K Ultra HD TV, of course, only allows only 1 Bluetooth device to pair with it at a time. So, along comes the MEE audio Bluetooth connector to allow us to use 2 sets of headphones. We are a really rare breed of people--we actually care that we don't create sound pollution when our windows are open in the evening. So when we want to watch something at a higher volume, both of us wear headphones. We also use these to get a better sound quality than even the Bose sound bar and sub-woofer that is natively connected to our TV. I have one gripe, but it's about the TV, not this device. The device has a connector for optical audio. The TV has exactly 1 output, which is used by the Bose sound bar. As we are not into switching cabling every time we want to go from the sound bar to headphones, the MEE audio is plugged into the old-fashioned RCA connectors. That's OK, but it does limit a little the sound quality. Syncing appears to be spot on, and there are no noticeable artifacts or other issues introduced into the sound stream by this device. Excellent solution. P.S. to get both headphones to pair, I had to turn the TV off. Otherwise, it kept trying to interfere with the pairing process and nothing would pair.

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Easiest Device To Set Up

      Posted
      AET214
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Was told by LG support the 4K Smart Tv I wanted to order already had Bluetooth. Ordered the TV and when I can I’m saw that it didn’t have it. Went to Best Buy in Bossier City and the gentleman that worked in the TV area told me what I needed to hook up up Bluetooth LG headphone to my LG TV and said all I would have to do it plug it into the tv and the power cord into the wall and turn it on. I have never bought anything that did exactly what the directions said, except that night when I did exactly what he said. In my headphones I heard “connected” and the sound from the tv was playing in my ears. I was blown away that there are things out there that are really simple to set up and use. I love this Bluetooth transmitter and am glad that the Best Buy gentleman who works in the tv are in Bossier City suggested it to me

      I would recommend this to a friend

    • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

      Works good with Bose soundlink mini and LG TV

      Posted
      NeededInkAgain
      • Verified PurchaserVerified Purchase
      • My Best Buy® MemberMember

      Bought the MEE audio AF-T1B bluetooth transmitter to see if we could connect our LG TV to the Bose SoundLink Mini we got for Christmas and easily bring the speakers closer to us so we would not need to play our tv so loud. Worked Great. Setup was simple. We tested the connect to 2 devices feature and found it would also connect with a bluetooth headset we had and both worked at the same time. We won't use them together but found this interesting. We will only use the Soundlink mini. Another point of interest, we have an Xtreme Bluetooth audio adapter (51901) Receiver "dongle" that we occaisionally use with external PC speakers to play music from our iPad. It essentially makes them wireless bluetooth speakers. I could not successfully pair and play music to them with the MEE audio adapter. I presume it has something to do with Bluetooth levels. This may be a concern to some. I would recommend the MEE Audio Connect universal Dual Bluetooth wireless audio transmitter. I would like it if it was less expensive but did not want to wait for a sale or discount opportunities.

      I would recommend this to a friend



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