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Interphone 3.5 MM Dual Stereo Bluetooth Transmitter
The Interphone BTSplitter is a Bluetooth® stereo transmitter that transmits music from your MP3 player, PC or other device with a 3.5mm stereo output jack. Music is transferred wirelessly to your Bluetooth® stereo receiver (headset). The BT Splitter is the perfect product for sharing music between a motorcycle rider and passenger who are both wearing an Interphone Bluetooth headset. It will stream the same audio source to both headsets simultaneously and has a built-in battery and can be used for around 9 hours of music streaming after a full charge.
Specifications and Features:
Battery Life: Up to 9 Hours of music streaming time from rechargeable battery
Bluetooth Version 2.1
3.5mm male plug works with any device with a headset jack
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Lindwood W: Because the product works so well I decided to order another product works really wellSep 8, 2013
A shopper asked:I would like to know if The BT Splitter could transmit radio sound from my bike to a helemet equiped with Bluetooth technology? Please note My RT1200 Radio doesn't have a bluetooth option but have USB port and 3.5 input JackAug 29, 2013
christopher j:It does work with my MP3 player transmitting to my helmet (Sena bluetooth). I did notice some crackling when I had two helmets hooked up, but I really have not had a chance to play with it much (it is crystal clear when transmitting to one helmet). I think your radio would need to have some sort of output for headphones to work (probably not a big mod to add a jack to the speaker outputs).Sep 5, 2013
Gregory V:It transmits sound to my Interphone F5 but I am not sure if it will connect with any other brand Bluetooth headset. My pillion and I use it to transmit music from a single audio source to our helmets (we both have Interphones F5).Sep 14, 2013
A shopper asked:I have a question on the Interphone 3.5 MM Dual Stereo Bluetooth Transmitter: My wife and I both have Interphone F5's. If we use this splitter to listen to music, can we talk at the same time. Or is it either both listen to music, or both talk? In other-words, music in the background as we're talking, or even getting prompts from the GPS.
RevZilla:Per the user manual from Interphone (http://interphonewireless.com/products/bluetooth-helmet-headsets/dual-3-5mm-stereo-bluetooth-transmitter-btsplitter35/):
Bluetooth¬Æ Version Bluetooth¬Æ V2 .1 Bluetooth¬Æ Profile A2DP Frequency 2 .4GHZ-2 .4835GHZ Effective range Up to 10m Input voltage for charging DC 5V Duration with the device in operation Up to 10 hours Charging duration About 2 1/2 hours Dimensions 45x33x8mm Weight 14g
Additionally, in order for this to work properly the Bluetooth Headset that you're using needs to support A2DP as well.Mar 15, 2013
RevZilla:Interphone 3.5 MM Dual Stereo Bluetooth Transmitter will only work with Interphone Bluetooth headsets. In general, any kind of communication device made by a specific brand will only work with other devices from that same brand. Another example of this would be the Inter-comm feature found on many Bluetooth headset. Sena units will only inter-comm with other Sena units, Cardo will only inter-comm with Card, ETC. If you need a device that will do this for the Sena Bluetooth headsets be sure to check out the Sena SM10 Dual Stream Bluetooth Stereo Transmitter.Sep 28, 2012