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This transmitter receiver is one of the most affordable options in the local market, priced at only 13 Euros. I ordered two pieces over a month ago. Other models are available in the market starting from 20 Euros, but I was pleased to find the lowest price in Southern Greece. Payment was made in cash upon delivery,
and the model was received within two days. The first one was checked and found to be working well, except for some blinking during operation, which is normal. The problem was identified clearly.
The second model worked without any issues and was promptly returned. The staff were helpful in checking and sending the remaining model back home in less than a week, despite the fact that I received it two weeks later.
This type of transmitter is ideal for use with gear that does not include Bluetooth. I own several mini gear items, including shortwave radios and MP3 players.
The operation of this item is simple: press the TX RX switch to enter transmit mode and connect the AUX plug using the provided double nipple plug or the cable jumper included in the box. It may be challenging to find a nipple of this quality on eBay, except for some in black rubber at half the price.
To connect to a mini amplifier or headphones without Bluetooth, switch to RX mode and use the provided cable.
Please refer to the photo below for an example of how to connect the transmitter to a shortwave radio using the same 3.5mm jack as shown above.
I have several shortwave receivers and a few non-Bluetooth MP3 players that need attention. Specifically, I have a Tecsun shortwave and FM radio. I have used Bluetooth with a 3.5mm jack, which works well with wired headphones such as the JBL T500. I also tried the JBL 510, which is the Bluetooth equivalent of the T500, and found that the sound quality was even better.
Here is the second example. I used an older 3.9mm stock jumper cable to connect both the Nintaus MP3 player and the transmitter. The sound is good and slightly flatter than when using the T500.