Bluetooth® Transmitter and Splitter
    Product # 9722
    Bluetooth® Transmitter and Splitter
    Product # 9722
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    Bluetooth® Transmitter and Splitter

    Add Bluetooth® connectivity to your mobile device and share your Bluetooth music feed with a friend by using this Bluetooth Splitter from Monoprice!

    This small device is designed to transmit audio to up to two sets of Bluetooth receivers, usually headphones (though any audio device would work). It has a built-in rechargeable battery for power and plugs into an audio source device using a 3.5mm TRS plug (headphone connector).

    The splitter has an operating range of up to about 30 feet (10 meters). The internal battery has an operating life of approximately 9 hours, giving you a full day of audio bliss. It is charged via a standard USB micro-B connection from a computer, battery pack, or other USB power source.

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    Bluetooth Version 2.1+EDR, Class II
    Bluetooth Profiles A2DP and AVRCP
    # of Connections up to 2
    Battery Life up to 9 hours
    Standby Time Up to 180 hours
    Charging Time about 2 hours
    Operating Range up to 30 feet
    Frequency 2.40~2.48 GHz
    Dimensions 1.9" x 0.8" x 0.4"
    (49.5 x 205 x 11 mm)
    Weight 0.7 oz (19.2g)

    116 Reviews

    71.21% of the reviewers recommend this product


    Not what I expected

    • DaveK,
    •  Centreville, VA 
    • 7/5/2016 6:21:00 AM

    Pros: Guess it will work for headsets.

    Cons: Did not work for my application

    Needed to split my Pandora music from my cell to 2 seperate Bluetooth speakers. Though I could see the Polk soundbar and Bose speaker connections on my iPhone, this splitter only connected one at a time.

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    I didn't need a Bluetooth splitter but..

    • WJSmith,
    •  Lawrenceville, GA 
    • 6/10/2016 3:33:21 PM

    Pros: Easy to use, inexpensive, crystal clear audio

    Cons: Not a single con comes to mind.

    I didn't need a Bluetooth Splitter, but I needed to have some non-Bluetooth audio routed to my Bluetooth headphones and the Bluetooth Splitter I bought does that beautifully and easily. I've attached it to my 2010 Hi Def TV headphone jack and to an even older MP3 player, continuing its functionality wirelessly. I had a feeling I'd like it so I bought two and both are being used every day. And as with all my Monoprice transactions, it was easy to order, fast to get shipped, arrived in perfect condition and in a timely manner. I'm always a happy customer when shopping here.

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    Works for my needs

    • Kent Baker,
    •  Phoenixville, PA 
    • 4/27/2016 7:44:39 AM

    Pros: Does what I wanted.

    Cons: Manual is poorly written and misleading. By trial and error, I found that I should pair one set of headphones. Once the first set was paired, THEN the second set should be paired.

    I needed a gadget to split a cell phone output between 2 Bluetooth headphones while out on a walk/run. After some trial and error, I got both sets of headphones connected. Everything worked just fine. I can't comment on latency, I don't care so I haven't checked. It does what I need.

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    Good but not great.

    • Anonymous,
    •  Blacksburg, Virginia 
    • 3/14/2016 7:41:03 AM

    Cons: Latency
    Can't be used while charging

    I bought this so I could use a wireless speaker with my TV. It works, but the latency is noticeable. The biggest problem is that you cannot use it while it's plugged in. This makes it nearly useless for my purposes. I have to turn on the speaker, then unplug and turn on the transmitter. Then when I'm done I have to plug it back in so it'll be charged when I need it next.

    The concept is terrific, though. I've ordered a slightly more expensive one which advertises low latency and doesn't have a battery: it's only used plugged in.

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    Latency too high

    • joshua,
    •  BUENA PARK, CA 
    • 3/3/2016 8:27:06 PM

    Latency too high.
    When i tested on my bass guitar, there was delay sound - Latency.

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