Bluetooth adapters actually connect wired devices to each other wirelessly - depending on the technology, computers can be connected to printers, smartphones to active speakers and much more. The Bluetooth adapter forms the interface between two or more Bluetooth-capable devices at distances of 10 to 100 meters, depending on the model. If an application is not equipped with a Bluetooth receiver, it can also be retrofitted. So-called Bluetooth dongles, which can connect a mouse to a laptop via Bluetooth, for example, are popular for this purpose. Other connection options include cinch or jack sockets as well as optical or network inputs.
Bluetooth audio adapters, which network a playback device with speakers or headphones, are also often used. With the latest Bluetooth codecs (pairs of algorithms that digitally encode and decode signals) such as aptX HD or LDAC, the sound after transmission is now almost as good as when playing a CD. Both playback and output devices must support the same codec.
Bluetooth Adapters and the appropriate input and output devices
Bürklins range includes not only a number of different Bluetooth adapters, but also suitable input and output devices. Click here to view network and PC accessories for matching accessories. If you have any questions about our products or need assistance with your selection, please contact us by telephone at +49 89 55875-230 or by e-mail at Info@buerklin.com. From Monday to Friday from 8:00 to 19:00 we are at your disposal.