Of course, we knew this. It's just that it took me a moment to take it all in. Great example of technology moving just a bit faster than I do - and I wouldn't have it any other way.
Yes, of course we can use Bluetooth® connectivity to solve the low power radio problem of "My transmitter would work best out there but my audio comes from in here..."
Problem Solved! An instant studio-to-transmitter link (STL).
Unlike those cheeky London pirates who bravely beam their raucous rancor to the top of a block of flats on the west end, we just want a wireless connection to the back yard, or deck railing or maybe just outside the back window.
A quick look on Amazon.com for stereo Bluetooth transmitter receiverprovided a remarkable variety of options
These discoveries showed that whether you need a dedicated transmitter & receiver pair, a receiver to pick up your smartphone or a transmitter to push out the jams to a Bluetooth® enabled device, it's all here and can be on your doorstep in a couple of days.
Is Bluetooth® the solution for your short hop STL needs? You can try in from Amazon and if you don't like it, you can send it back!
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