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Wasted my money on a MONO Bluetooth Transmitter


Some months back I ordered this bluetooth transmitter receiver from Amazon.in (not .com) and then realized that I am hearing MONO audio. I couldn't return it coz the manufacturer is very clever by not mentioning either the word MONO or STEREO on the packaging.


Today when I visited amazon.com (not .in) I found that amazon lists only those items which can be shipped to India for users who login to their .com domain page from India which is really awesome.


Problem is unfortunately I can't a single Bluetooth transmitter/receiver manufactured by a reputed brand on amazon's .com page. In short that same thing happened when I visited their .in page. By reputed brand I mean brands like Sony, Logitech, etc.


I want strong signal strength and 2 channel STEREO in both transmitter and receiver mode. That's it. I don't want it to be portable so if I have to use a power adapter in place of in built batteries its completely fine. If I can connect more than 1 Bluetooth headset at a time it will be an added feature


If you using one of these and happy with the performance please give me the link. I will bookmark it.


Note: I almost never use it in receiver mode. I use to listen to the audio of my desktop so its always in transmitter mode.

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A buddy used an Anker SoundSync A3341 for a while and was very positive about it.

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I'm just helping YOU to help YOURSELF!
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