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turning an old receiver bluetooth

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Hi, I have an old yamaha receiver that I am hoping to turn bluetooth with an adaptor: My question is, if I do this, am i then able to connect bluetooth speakers to it to then play music from my phone, but also play music from a connected record player? Or would I only be able to use wired speakers?

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The short answer is "No"

You'd be connecting a Bluetooth receiver not a broadcaster.

You'd need wired speakers. 

What exactly you looking at connecting to your amp?

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On 27/06/2019 at 8:41 AM, tl123 said:

Hi, I have an old yamaha receiver that I am hoping to turn bluetooth with an adaptor: My question is, if I do this, am i then able to connect bluetooth speakers to it to then play music from my phone, but also play music from a connected record player? Or would I only be able to use wired speakers?

:welcome: to the forum.

 

There are 2 separate capabilities you are asking for to add to the receiver.  One is to receive a bluetooth signal from your phone and another is to transmit to a bluetooth speaker.   Is there a need to use the receiver when you can transmit from phone directly to bluetooth speaker?   If not, suggest you drop the need to receive bluetooth.   If you add a bluetooth transmitter to the receiver,  it can then send your record player music to the bluetooth speaker.  Is this what you are after?

 

Please note that if you get serious about music, then consider wifi and wired.  Bluetooth uses compression and even AptX, which has the best Bluetooth capability can only do CD-like quality (i.e. almost as good as CD).

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