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    Default DJ mixer phono to Bluetooth Speaker

    Hi guys,

    New member here.

    Iím a long time bedroom DJ and Iíve just purchased a set of Stanton turntables.

    Due to lack of space at home (and a nagging wife) Iím having to pack my equipment away once Iíve finished playing. The decks are in flight cases so thatís not too much of an issue. But having to keep packing up cumbersome speakers and hifi equipment is becoming a pain.

    What Iím looking for is a Bluetooth transmitter to plug into my analogue mixer so I can connect it with my Sony Bluetooth speaker. Iíve done a bit of googling but Iím struggling to find anything 100% conclusive that will definitely work with an analogue mixer and most imortantly wonít create a delay in sound, making mixing difficult.

    Sorry if this question had been posed before and also if Iíve posted in the incorrect section.

    Thanking you in advance for any helpful replies.

    Ronald

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    Quote Originally Posted by SunglassesRon View Post
    and most imortantly won’t create a delay in sound, making mixing difficult.
    Unfortunately, any kind of wireless transmission in the signal chain inherently adds latency in the sound output from such speakers. My suggestion is to get a small 8" active PA or monitor speaker to simplify the setup instead of going the wireless route.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlayForMoney View Post
    Unfortunately, any kind of wireless transmission in the signal chain inherently adds latency in the sound output from such speakers. My suggestion is to get a small 8" active PA or monitor speaker to simplify the setup instead of going the wireless route.

    Yeah I thought that would be the case.

    Time to trawl eBay for a cheap active speaker 👍

    Thanks buddy.

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