MEE audio Connect T1 Bluetooth Transmitter for TV
MEE audio Connect T1 Bluetooth Transmitter for TV
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When watching TV out loud just isn’t an option, headphones are the solution. To listen comfortably, you need a Bluetooth connection—and for many TVs, that means you need a transmitter Read More

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MF_NOSELEY
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Jun 12, 2020
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Could you use this to transmit to a pair of bookshelf speakers via Bluetooth? (Edifier R1280DB)
Jun 12, 2020
Johacket
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Jun 11, 2020
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Brand new open box version for $25 https://www.ebay.com/itm/143629273816
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Jun 11, 2020
yogiwp
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May 20, 2020
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Would the T1 work with the M&O MOOH-BE00BT in aptX low latency mode?
May 20, 2020
Hirak
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May 20, 2020
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Does it support AAC in transmission mode?
May 20, 2020
naviayork
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May 18, 2020
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i don´t understand some of this drops. I bought a few weeks a Vikefon BT 5, Rx & Tx for two Headphones, APTX all kind of them, SBC ACC and another ones much more, just for 20Eu. I use it as Rx for Spotify, CD quality and no problems at all.
May 18, 2020
GuyInPittsburgh
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May 16, 2020
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You can get a transceiver with aptx-hd from Amazon for about half this price. Or for the same price get two, one to transmit and one to receive and turn any pair of wired headphones into aptx-hd wireless cans to watch TV. This will never make the list of good buys on Drop, then again most things lately here seem to have that problem.
May 16, 2020
coolsax78
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May 16, 2020
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Would this work using a headphone out. I want to stream from integrated amp to headphones
May 16, 2020
coolsax78
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May 17, 2020
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thanks for the confirmation. I do have the adapter needed for the larger size output just wanted to make sure it would work.. I also do have pre-outs, however I have speakers set up too and do not want to have to go back and forth with the connection from the back.
May 17, 2020
Evshrug
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May 18, 2020
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Understood completely! I like to leave things plugged in too, and change up with a twist of a knob or press of a button. I think my issue with the first comment came from having just read a lot of “English as a second language” posts by other people, so my mind was over correcting (rather than realizing you literally meant an integrated amplifier, like a receiver without the radio).
May 18, 2020
Baby_boy_Belcher
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May 15, 2020
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or you can buy a firestick and pair to it through Bluetooth using SBC. aptx LL is cool but what you are pairing must be compatible. if you have a media library you can also use kodi or vlc with firestick and fine tune the audio delay.
May 15, 2020
Baby_boy_Belcher
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May 18, 2020
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mpow has a Bluetooth transmitter\receiver with aptx hd and aptx LL for $30, i think it would be more useful since its a very small portable unit. but for people who dont care about a slight audio delay, i think a firestick would be the best option for tv pairing.
May 18, 2020
Evshrug
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May 19, 2020
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Well, the Amazon Fire stick runs off of Android, right? Android actually has a Bluetooth subroutine that asks paired Bluetooth headphones what their latency is, and if the headphone manufacturer knew about that feature and supported it, the headphone will share its latency spec and Android will delay the video to match. This is also true of iOS (and the Apple TV). However, that doesn’t help someone who uses a game console for games or apps (like Netflix, Hulu, etc), is watching content from physical media (like BluRay, DVD), or another source (like cable TV). For that, a more universal transmitter would help, but it should have optical (preferred for SQ and latency) and an analog 3.5mm input (“aux”), support aptX LL and higher bitrate codecs (AAC, aptX HD, LDAC, LHDC, etc) than just the Bluetooth standard SBC (which is the baseline, but the old standard only sounds about as good as a medium bitrate MP3 file and has about a quarter-second latency or more), and it’s really nice if it’s a class 1 Bluetooth device with extended range.
May 19, 2020
TumbleSteak
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Apr 18, 2020
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Would this work with a pair of headphones connected to a Radsone ES100 Bluetooth Receiver?
Apr 18, 2020
fancypantalons
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May 15, 2020
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I tried this exact setup. It works, but the latency for dialog on the ES100 (which doesn't support aptx ll) is quite noticeable, even with the buffering set very low. So it depends on how you'll be using it, and how sensitive you are to that sort of thing. In the end, I bought an MEE BTR to use with this thing and I find with that setup the latency is low enough that I don't notice it unless I really look for it.
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May 15, 2020
Evshrug
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May 17, 2020
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Yes. But, as a gamer, I prefer receivers or headphones (like my Momentum True Wireless, Gen1) that support aptX LL to get less than 40ms of latency. Typical SBC will usually have about a quarter of a second of latency, AAC and regular aptX is somewhere inbetween. If you’re just listening to audio (music and podcasts), then the Radsone shouldn’t be a problem at all.
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May 17, 2020
SpankyTown
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Apr 17, 2020
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Since it is Bluetooth 4.0, will you not notice latency issues? My first thought is that the audio will lag the video, which would make me feel like I am watching a dubbed version of the movie.
Apr 17, 2020
fancypantalons
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May 15, 2020
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I have the transmitter plus the MEE BTR receiver, and I find the latency is only barely perceivable. Connected to other devices like the ES100, I found the latency is much more noticeable. I will say, you need to get as much out of the audio path as possible. I originally had this thing set up to receive audio out of my stereo receiver, and that added a surprising amount of additional latency. I ended up connecting it directly to my media PC and that significantly mitigated the issue. I'm extremely happy with the resulting setup and use it daily for TV, movies, games, and so forth.
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May 15, 2020
Evshrug
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May 17, 2020
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Bluetooth 5 holds no audio improvements over Bluetooth 4.2, mostly just improvements for beacons and IoT devices. A good video that efficiently describes the differences between Bluetooth 3.0, 4.0, 4.1, and 4.2 is here: https://youtu.be/z6vQ43V4WxA Codec matters far more, and aptX Low Latency (aptX LL) is the fastest codec on the market so far. With a latency of around 40ms (.004 of a second), it’s undetectable by most people. There will always be some delays as Bluetooth data is decoded, processed, and converted to analog (because speakers and headphones are analog devices). This has aptX LL, and hopefully your headphones do too (mine do, Sennheiser Momentum True Wireless, the first generation). With other codecs, there will probably be a delay between 120 ms and 220 ms, depending on the processing power of the receiver, buffer size, and environmental factors like interference or a lot of Bluetooth devices in the same area. For things that require instant-feedback like games (and maybe singing with your weekend band), AptX LL (or RF transmitters) are really the best way to go. Things like receivers add their own processing which delays the signal further. For best results, this MEE should be connected to your source device with Optical.
May 17, 2020
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