This is my BT Dongle, built from a pair of Logitech BT headphones.
What does it do?<br /> <br /> L<br />
&nbsp;haha sorry, it sends music over blue tooth signals. So for example you pair it with a computer, and connect it to a pair of speakers or headphones and the music gets sent over Blue Tooth.<br />
Right, <em>from</em> the machine to the audio out, so you don't have to be plugged into it. What's your range on this, and what's inside - kit?<br /> <br /> L<br />
&nbsp;Exactly, the range is 35ft (not in direct line of site) which is pretty common for Blue Tooth. Inside the enclosure is a &nbsp;a push button, 3.5mm headphone jack, the 3V power supply and the PCB from the old Blue Tooth headphones.
35ft is plenty, I'm thinking of a belt-clip for this - that appeal to you?<br /> <br /> L<br />
&nbsp;A belt clip would be good for mobile use, but my original design was to stream music from my computer to my music system.&nbsp;

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