Most devices today come with Bluetooth built-in for easy, quick wireless setup, from headphones to wireless keyboards.
But what happens if there is no built-in Bluetooth or the internal Bluetooth breaks?
There are low-cost Bluetooth transmitters that can be set up and add Bluetooth to almost any device, such as a TV or an old stereo.
This can be very convenient in many scenarios, such as adding wireless to a TV or a car stereo system.
With that in mind, here are some units we have used with good success, along with links to the reviews.
There are many units available, with some of our favorite picks below.
As always, be sure to read the reviews on Amazon or elsewhere to be sure a unit is a good fit for you.
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Our Picks for the Best Bluetooth Transmitters Receivers
- UGREEN UG30348
- TROND BT-DUO
UGREEN Bluetooth Receiver Wireless Bluetooth 4.1 Car Aux Adapter Portable Mini Music Audio Adapter 3.5mm Stereo Hands-Free Car Kits for Home TV Car Stereo Sound System, Speaker, Headphone, Earbuds
Ugreen makes this small unit that is a Bluetooth receiver.
This makes it ideal for converting a car stereo or old speakers to Bluetooth.
A device simply needs a 3.5mm audio line-in for it to work. A smartphone or other Bluetooth devices can Pair to the Ugreen, which converts the signal.
A micro-USB cable plugs in and powers it.
It also has a Built-in microphone for hands-free calling when connected to a speaker with a smartphone.
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The TROND BT-DUO Bluetooth Transmitter is small and has a 3. mm jack which can be connected to an RCA jack converter if needed.
Most devices will have a 3.5mm audio line, but it can be used with the RCA jack converter if needed.
The TROND BT-DUO is a good low-cost unit that is made mainly for TVs. It comes with everything needed to have a Bluetooth-ready TV, including a converter depending on the audio outputs your TV has.
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1Mii makes this 2-in-1 unit that can transmit or receive Bluetooth signals.
A switch on the side sets it to receive or transmit.
This makes it a good all-around Bluetooth unit that will work in many different situations, from a car stereo to a computer.
The unit has a 3.5mm audio jack that plugs in and converts the signal.
There are many good Bluetooth transmitters and receivers available, with those above simply some of our picks.
The setup is easy by plugging into a Non-Bluetooth device, usually through the 3.5mm Audio line-in jack, and Pairing it to a smartphone or other device.
These units can be used to convert many Non-Bluetooth electronics to a Bluetooth ready unit, such as car stereos, old speakers, TVs, and much more.