|2010-03-12, 12:38 PM||#1|
Join Date: Sep 2009
Bluetooth A2DP Speaker Setup
I recently bought my first house and am trying to setup a sound system for my kitchen. I decided I wanted to go wireless, and also go bluetooth A2DP so I could play audio from the kitchen laptop and from my cell phone.
I looked around, and found exactly what I wanted:
It would allow me to place each speaker on a separate cupboard (for good stereo separation) and run a hidden power cord to plug them in. Because of the cupboard lip, you wouldn't even be able to see the speakers or the power wires, and it came with a bluetooth dongle for the laptop (which didn't have built in bluetooth)
It was the perfect solution.... except that parrot had just discontinued the speakers, I couldn't buy them anywhere, and I can't find anything like them anywhere else. There were other bluetooth speakers, but none that were separated.
I recently found the Belkin Bluetooth Music Receiver.
I could buy two of these, plug one into a speaker with composite L audio only, an other into a speaker with composite R audio only. I could get any bluetooth dongle for the laptop.
I am worried this may not work because of time lag between the L/R channels or being unable to send two separate signals correctly at all.
I would very much like to you what you all think of this! Would this work? Do you know of another product similar to the separate parrot speakers? Is there a better wireless solution for my kitchen audio?