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Bluetooth output sent to RCA jacks on Reciver for playing to my non bluetooth Speaker
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Old 28th April 2021, 05:40 PM   #1
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Default Bluetooth output sent to RCA jacks on Reciver for playing to my non bluetooth Speaker

Wanted: a electronic device to do this with, I can not find it. Thanks
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Old 28th April 2021, 06:01 PM   #2
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What I take you want is a WIRED Bluetooth to analog DAC you can use the transmission but wiring is better .

A Bluetooth headphone DAC should do the job .

Plenty for sale in the USA -

https://www.amazon.com/bluetooth-ana...alog+converter
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Old 28th April 2021, 07:24 PM   #3
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I just bought the Esinkin Wireless Audio Adapter, but it makes it go in the opposite direction, from RCA to bluetooth.
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Old 28th April 2021, 07:33 PM   #4
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I might be reading it wrong?
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Old 28th April 2021, 07:42 PM   #5
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In reference to your motto, a neighbor was complimenting me on my engineering insight, he is a highly skilled Systems Programmer who for a living also codes up websites for customers .

While I cant code ( only a beginner ) I complimented him back on his high intellectual skills and he told me he is "useless " at engineering , I could not believe somebody with a very high IQ said when it came to practical matters his brain couldn't function in normal engineering logic yet this guy was a genius in my eyes.

I still don't understand it.
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Old 28th April 2021, 07:47 PM   #6
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This one seems to do what you want. Which one did you buy?
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Old 28th April 2021, 07:49 PM   #7
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If the audio adapter you bought outputs analog to speakers check the RMS output to make sure it wont overload an amplifier input.
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While I cant code ( only a beginner ) I complimented him back on his high intellectual skills and he told me he is "useless " at engineering , I could not believe somebody with a very high IQ said when it came to practical matters his brain couldn't function in normal engineering logic yet this guy was a genius in my eyes.

I still don't understand it.
This is the Dunning Kruger effect - "smart" or skilled people tend to underestimate their abilities, underskilled tend to over-estimate their abilities (or perhaps underestimate how complex things are that they've not thought about yet). Its probably related to how carefully people construct a model of the world and whether they pay attention to the gaps in their knowledge.
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Thanks for that Mark it seems even at my age I am still learning about brain function .

He went on about the "Baron Cohen Test " ( for autism ) which is getting re-coded just now so I took the manual test ( ticking boxes ) --51 % for Emphasizing ( average ) and 58% ( above average ) for Systematizing , obviously I don't suffer from that but I think he does and that's why he asked me to do it .

Funnily enough we understand each other .
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I have done programing projects in more than 10 languages, from Auto-LISP to FORTRAN. But I know that I am not what I consider a : "Programmer". I have physically constructed many computers and worked on "Tube" based Flight Simulators. But I am a good at troubleshooting, My claim to fame is the physical construction of the first computer (TTL BASED) to monitor the human heart in real time for PVC'S at a major medical school. I also built from scratch, the Audio Magazine "Leach Amplifier".
I also built a "hot rod" Computer for my Attorney last year.
But the multiJumble Blue tooth ad on Amazon is beyond my Scope. I just want to play my music thru my receiver and 15 inch woofers from my laptop. And I HATE "smart phones".
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