TROND is the pioneer in promoting the concept of aptX Low Latency. As the first model we introduced to the marketplace at early 2016, TROND BT-DUO has helped numerous customers to watch TV wirelessly without any noticeable audio dellay. In Q4/2018, we've upgraded its Bluetooth version from 4.1 to 5.0, which could provide better device compatibility.
TX Mode:as a transmitter, BT-DUO should be connected to theaudio OUTport of your non-Bluetooth audio source (TV, iPod, CD-player, e-Book reader or Nintendo Switch/3DS), and then pair to your Bluetooth headphones or speakers. This way, you could watch video, enjoy music or play games wirelessly without experiencing lip-sync issues.
RX Mode:as a receiver, it should be connected to theaudio INport of your wired audio device via 3.5mm cable (wired earbuds, speaker or car stereo), and pair to your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, tablet or laptop. This way, you could enjoy high-quality music wirelessly without spending more to order Bluetooth headphones or speaker.Please note that you can only use BT-DUO either as a transmitter or as a receiver, and can't use those two modes simultaneously. Also for the Bluetooth technology, one transmitting device needs to pair with one receiving device, or vice versa. You are not supposed to pair two transmitting devices or two receiving devices together
Important Remarks before Buying:
- 3.5mm Aux or Digital Optical?
- AptX Low Latency Supported?
- Musical Instrument?
- Pair with your car Bluetooth (TX)?
- Hands-Free Phone Calls?