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Topic # 109911 28-Sep-2012 19:33 Send private message


I have a bluetooth USB for my pc  and bought (out of frustration) bluesoleil to help me stream music via bluetooth to some Creative d100 speakers.

i can pair and connect fine, one i've done this if i play music it plays for one second (got three whole seconds once!) and won't make a noise afterwards.

looked at the status in bluesoleil and have a good radio connection?!

any ideas? could it be a rubbish usb dongle? interference?

please help as am going insane.

i can stream bluetooth to speakers via phone and works well (can even stream music to phone over wireless connection to phone (Gmote) and then play that through to speakers via bluetooth, but it is quite patchy and drops out a lot).

any help or advice on where to look much appreciated!


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BDFL - Memuneh
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  Reply # 693285 29-Sep-2012 08:28 Send private message

One advice: stay away from BlueSoleil. That software is absolutely unreliable, their support is non-existant.

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