All of a sudden the Bluetooth isn't transmitting or receiving sound, though it does show as connected. I've tried disabling/reenabling to no avail. The problem manifests itself both w/ a headset and w/ my car, so it is definitely the phone.
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Re: Bluetooth has stopped transmitting
Make sure your version of bluetooth for the hand held device and the listening device is not an old version. The first generation of blue tooth was able to transmit sound (for phone calls), but not able to transmit stero sound or mp3.
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The Victsing unit states that it is a receiver. This will receive the wireless signal from a device and output sound through the headphone jack. A bluetooth transmitter would input sound into the headphone jack from your tv or other source and transmit the signal over bluetooth to a paired receiver. Two of the same type of unit will not pair with each other.
You'll want to research an adapter for this. Radio shack probably has one of the most inexpensive units available today, but you can find others online, with better quality sound. Start with a google search for what you are trying to do. Google, "how to connect speakers to stereo, wireless".
Keep in mind, not all speakers are created the same. Some have amplifiers in them and some do not. This will change the type of adapter you will need.
Fairly new adapters on the market may transmit audio over a wireless network or even Bluetooth, you will need to research your receiver and/or tv to see if either of these are options for you. Another common thing is a range of branded theatre A/V sound systems with wireless sub woofer and/or back speakers.
I have same issue....just took my transmitter apart - the wires connecting the male jack to the silicon board are frayed, disconnected.....you might check that...it's only 2 small screws holding the outercase together....be careful though
Maybe the video portion of your receiver was fried by the lightning. The good news is, you don't need it! I run all my video sources (sattelite, xbox and dvd player) to my TV with hdmi cables, and a single toslink(optical) from the televison to my 5.1 home theatre receiver. it sounds great and I only use a single input of the receiver for all my video.
If your setup does not have toslink themn use coaxial digital. it is also one wire and probably is indistinguishable in sound quality.
for future, run the power for all your electronics through a UPS or fancy surge supressor to protect them from bad power (and lightning)
Connect the DVD player audio with digital coax into the digital audio connection as you described and the DVD video directly to the TV. Now switch the input mode on the receiver to DVD. Then switch the video output mode on the TV to correspond to the input you plugged into. Any source in 5.1 dolby digital or dts should now work properly and have picture too.