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BT Audio click

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Author: MikroElektronika Team

Last Updated: 2016-11-10

Category: Communication

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If you are getting tired of all those cables you need just to listen to your favorite song over speakers, what you need is BT Audio click with Microchip’s RN52 Bluetooth audio module. With onboard 3.5mm jacks for both a microphone and a speaker, this is a complete solution for streaming audio from a smartphone or PC over a wireless connection.

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BT Audio click

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