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Discussion in 'Radio and Wireless' started by Turtle, May 3, 2018.

Is what I am trying to do even possible?

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  1. Turtle

    Turtle

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    New project I am working on and am in need of some assistance. What I'm trying to do is take USB powered dancing water speakers that use Aux for sound and add a wireless Bluetooth module to it. To where I can wirelessly sync music via Bluetooth to the speakers but the speakers will still get power from US Sketch.jpg Sketch2.jpg B. IMG_8080.JPG IMG_8081.JPG IMG_8082.JPG IMG_8083.JPG IMG_8084.JPG IMG_8085.JPG IMG_8086.JPG IMG_8087.JPG IMG_8088.JPG IMG_8089.JPG IMG_8090.JPG IMG_8091.JPG IMG_8092.JPG IMG_8093.JPG IMG_8094.JPG
     
  2. Audioguru

    Audioguru

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    You need the schematic of the Bluetooth circuit to see if its has capacitive-coupled speaker outputs plus grounds for its speakers or if the speakers are each driven by a bridged amplifier. If its speakers are fed with bridged amplifiers then you probably must add coupling capacitors to feed the audio to the headphones input on the dancing water speakers.
     
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