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MEE audio Connect Air Bluetooth Adapter

MEE audio Connect Air Bluetooth Adapter

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Product Description
Many modern, high-end audio players and headphone amps have Bluetooth functionality built in—but many do not. The MEE Audio Connect Air allows you to expand the connectivity and functionality of your favorite audio player by adding Bluetooth 5.0 right from the 3.5-millimeter headphone jack Read More
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Nov 18, 2021
Can this be used while it's charging? I would like to leave it permanently connected to a pre-out on our HT receiver, including to a power source, so that I never have to think about it again..
This device can definitely be used while charging, but if you don't have anything connected to it, it will turn off after a period of around 15 minutes. If you are looking for a device that will stay on continuously and wait for a connection, the regular non-portable version of this device (Connect model AF-T1) may be a better choice, as that does not have a battery saving feature. This will allow you to just set and forget.
Nov 18, 2021
Will this work as an input for DACs? IE I want to use this with my DAC to pair it to my Chromecast TV, which is Bluetooth only. Cant see why it wouldn't work but Id rather see if anyone has tried this.
Unfortunately this device is solely a Bluetooth transmitter, not a Bluetooth receiver. That means it can be plugged into any 3.5mm audio *output* and transmit audio to a Bluetooth-enabled receiving device, such as a Bluetooth headphone or speaker. A Bluetooth receiver would allow you to do the opposite - connect it to any audio *input*, and accept a Bluetooth signal from a Bluetooth-enabled transmitting device such as a phone, tablet, or in this case Chromecast.