10 Best Bluetooth Transmitters
Avantree Oasis Plus
By taking advantage of an external quarter-wave antenna, the Avantree Oasis Plus can transmit better-than-CD-quality sound over hundreds of feet. When two are used as a pair, they can even turn traditional speakers into convenient wireless satellites.
- Aptx hd and low latency codecs
- Easy-to-use control panel
- Dual-link capability
If you want to ensure a strong connection between your PC and headphones or home stereo, the Avantree DG45 can help. It plugs into a standard USB Type-A port and utilizes version 5.0 as well as the aptX Low Latency codec, so it’s even good enough for playing games.
- Range of about 100 feet
- Plug-and-play installation
- Works with most operating systems
The remarkably versatile VicTsing BH346A can add quite a bit of functionality to older car stereos using FM frequencies. In addition to receiving a wireless signal it has an auxiliary line in, a microSD card reader, and support for USB drives of up to 32 gigabytes.
- Automatic channel detection
- Qualcomm quick charge 3
- 5 equalizer modes
Audio fidelity and simplicity are the two most notable features of the FiiO BTA30 , which boasts compatibility with Sony’s essentially lossless LDAC technology and has optical, coaxial, and RCA outputs driven by a high-quality digital-to-analog converter.
- Physical volume knob
- Proprietary upscaling algorithm
- No stereo miniplug jack
Far more than a simple adapter, the Shanling Q1 is actually an ultra-compact music player with a powerful DAC designed for high-resolution playback. It supports the Sony LDAC and Qualcomm aptX codecs, has a microSD card slot, and accepts digital input via USB-C.
- Durable zinc body
- Tempered-glass face
- Convenient touchscreen control
Despite its low price, the Mpow BH259A is actually quite versatile, with the ability to select either transmit or receive mode using a physical toggle switch, and minimal lip sync delay when used with compatible headphones.
- Stereo auxiliary output
- Battery life of 12 hours
- Charges via micro usb
Designed to link wireless components in a home theater setup, the Avantree Orbit is programmed for near-effortless integration with Netflix and Amazon Prime. It supports optical connections and uses above-average encoding to ensure minimal loss of sound quality.
- Informative lcd panel
- Allows for wired audio passthrough
- Relatively expensive
The VicTsing BH347A lets you stream your favorite tunes to your vehicle’s stereo while also powering your phone using a Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0-enabled USB port, which can refuel compatible devices up to 80 percent in just over 30 minutes.
- Built-in microphone for voice calls
- Cvc noise-cancelling technology
- Can read music from flash drives
Designed specifically for use with Nintendo’s Switch and Switch Lite consoles, the HomeSpot NS001 delivers sound to headphones or speakers with no noticeable lag, and its tough construction all but eliminates the worry of it breaking.
- Integrated microphone
- A variety of colors to choose from
- Can stream to 2 devices at once
Unlike most other wireless car kits, the TecBoss TB27 features a tether that runs from its DC plug to a straightforward control console, so you don’t have to pick up your phone or take your eyes off the road whenever you want to answer a call or change the song.
- Wide fm radio frequency range
- Usb and microsd storage
- No advanced codec support