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Best Bluetooth Adapter for Older Beats Headphones??


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Really off-topic....I've got a pair of wired Beats headphones - they're about 3 or so years old. I'd love to find a bluetooth adapter so I can use them wirelessly, but not sure if it's possible (i.e., how would they receive power to operate?). To the people who are much smarter than I: 1) Is it possible? 2) If so, what adapter do you recommend? Everything I've come across looks bulky and ridiculous.

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Really off-topic....I've got a pair of wired Beats headphones - they're about 3 or so years old. I'd love to find a bluetooth adapter so I can use them wirelessly, but not sure if it's possible (i.e., how would they receive power to operate?). To the people who are much smarter than I: 1) Is it possible? 2) If so, what adapter do you recommend? Everything I've come across looks bulky and ridiculous.

 

Just go to amazon and search for bluetooth headphone receivers. Lots to choose from in various shapes and sizes. I have never used one myself though so I don't know how well they work. They usually have a rechargeable battery in them which should provide enough power to drive the headphones. 

 

Here's a fairly high rated one I found:

http://www.amazon.com/Jumbl-Bluetooth-Hands-Free-Streaming-Receiver/dp/B00UUDZLB0/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1452020862&sr=8-2&keywords=bluetooth+headphone+adapter

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