TaoTronics 65ft / 20m Long Range 3.5mm & RCA Bluetooth 4.1 Transmitter TT-BA11

Technical Specification:

  • Size 1.4 x 0.4 x 1.6 inches
  • Weight 0.5 oz
  • Working Range 20m / 65ft
  • Bluetooth Version Bluetooth 4.1

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•TT-BA11 user manual

TT-BA11-user manual.pdf  

FAQ

I don’t know that answer but you can plug the usb cable in and not worry about that detail!
Yes it can if your sound bar has an output plug. The taotronics has two different cords. A 3.5mm to 3.5mm. And a 3.5mm to RCA (red and white) cable. The 3.5mm jack goes into the Bluetooth device and the RCA can go into your soundbar.
Dear Valued Customer, Thank you very much for your question. The TT-BA11 supports 3.5mm or RCA audio Jack. You could pair the unit with your Bluetooth headphones or speakers and then connect it to your projector via the audio out port. Below are the instructions for you. 1) Make sure the transmitter and your Bluetooth device are next to each other (within 1 meter / 3 feet). 2) The first time you use the transmitter, press and hold the Multifunction Button until the LED indicator fashes red and blue alternately. Now the transmitter is in pairing mode. 3) Please follow the instruction of your Bluetooth receiving device to bring it into pairing mode and it should automatically pair with the TT-BA11.Once connected, the blue LED indicator will remain on. 4) Connect the transmitter into the audio-output of non-Bluetooth devices, the audio would be transmitted to your stereo! Please don't hesitate to contact us at amazon@sunvalleytek.com by detailing your order number and the problem you come across. We will reply to you and resolve your problem within 2 business days. Thank you! Sincerely, TaoTronics Support Team
I can not answer that. But did find that I received the wrong device, and it will not pair with my ipad devices for music. My experience that all blue tooth devices are not the same when it comes to pairing. Hank Wolfla
It will pair automatically if your speaker will seek for a connection automatically when you turn it on. Otherwise, you will have to initiate the pair sync manually on your speaker. I have a headset that automatically seeks for an available Bluetooth with which to pair when to headset is turned on. It will do this some distance from the transmitter. You should be within 3 feet of the transmitter the first time you pair, but I can be 6 or 8 feet away and it will pair automatically.
You can pair your tv with Bluetooth headsets. We also watch our tv through a big window on the back patio and pair it with a Bluetooth speaker. My husband smokes cigars so I don't want to open the window.
I have only used it twice so far and have not noticed a lag. One of the two occasions was an action type show and it was completely in sync.
If car radio is set to receive a bluetooth signal such as from a cell phone it should work. If the car radio transmits bluetooth to headphones it will not work