Making a Bluetooth Adapter (Headphone-Jack)

In this instructable, I will be showing you how to utilize my Bluetooth Adapter to make an old speaker Bluetooth compatible.

*If you have not read my first instructable on "Making a Bluetooth Adapter" I suggest you do so before continuing. Click Here to access my first Instructable.

The materials you will need are:

Wire connectors -- Click Here

3.5mm Headphone-Jack Adapter -- Click Here

Wire Strippers / Cutter

Electrical Tape

Soldering Gun / Material

Step 1: Start

You will need a 3.5mm Headphone-Jack Adapter.

I used these wire connectors from Amazon. Click Here

Step 2: Headphone Adapter (a)

For this step, you will need to cut the ends of the wire off.

(Shown Above)

I used wire cutters for this step.

Step 3: Headphone Adapter (b)

Next, you need to strip the wires for both of the ends of the headphone adapter.

For this step, I used wire strippers.

Step 4: Headphone Adapter (c)

For this step, you will need some connectors I used when I made when a Bluetooth Adapter (specifically the ones I used in my Bluetooth Adapter).

I used these connectors from Amazon -- Click Here

Step 5: Headphone Adapter (d)

Next, you need to strip just the male end of the connectors.

For this step, I used wire strippers.

Step 6: Headphone Adapter (e)

Next, you need to solder the male end of the connectors on to the Headphone Adapter.

I used a soldering gun and soldering material for this step.

Step 7: Finishing

Congratulations, you have now finished making the 3.5mm Headphone-Jack adapter for my Bluetooth adapter.

Once you are done, I recommend you wrap the naked wires in electrical tape to protect them.

You can find my instructable on how to make a Bluetooth Adapter compatible with this adapter here.

Click Here

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