I recently theorized that I could create my own 2.1 Bluetooth setup with a 2.1 speaker system that I already own.
Here's what I have-
1 Fostex SW-1.1 speaker system.
Here's what I plan on getting-
1 Bluetooth USB Dongle.
2 Logitech Wireless Bluetooth Speaker Adapter.
3 RCA cables 2 red 2 white (probably have it but not really sure).
Once I acquire all this stuff I will use the following procedure-
1 Make sure that you plug in the Bluetooth USB dongle and install the necessary drivers for it if necessary.
2 Plug in the Logitech speaker adapter.
3 Connect the RCA cables from the back of the subwoofer to the Logitech Bluetooth speaker adapter and make sure that the reds connected with the red and the whites connected with the white.
4 Go to the Control Panel and add the Logitech Bluetooth device to your PC.
5 Once your done connecting the PC to the Bluetooth device test out the sound and make sure it works.
That is my clever money saving ultimate PC Bluetooth setup procedure and theory and hopefully it'll work. Do any of you think that my plan is a good idea? Please post your response on this thread only. The big question that I have to ask all of you is whether or not bluetooth will be detected by Realtek HD Audio Manager because every time I plug in a speaker via AUX it asks me what type of audio device I am using and I wonder if that'll affect the way that it works?
Edited by POKEGAMERZ, 11 July 2015 - 02:41 AM.