03 Nov TaoTronics Bluetooth Transmitter and Receiver TT-BA09 Review
The Taotronics Bluetooth Transmitter and receiver works great and accomplished the task I needed it to do. However, I do wish the product was set on Aux mode out of the box and not SPDIF mode as it simply will not work. I thought I received a defective unit or something but then I took a look at the instructions to point out the simple mistake I made. I fear many users especially ones with limited experience may just assume the product is broken and return it. So next time make AUX mode standard. The product uses Bluetooth pairing technology to connect the receiver to your device. Then use your input cable like a 3.5mm audio jack cable or the composite and connect it to the device that lacks Bluetooth.
I used this product for the Nintendo switch. I wanted to use Bluetooth headphones with the switch but it was not possible until now. But now it is and it’s great especially at home where the console is docked. When on the go the product is great too however you do need to put the cube somewhere. So if you have a backpack I suggest buying a longer 3.5mm audio jack cable putting it in your backpack with the cube and run the cable into the switch console so you don’t have to carry the switch and the cube in your pocket. Overall it’s a solid cube and with all the additional features it differentiates itself from other receivers.
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