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We recently added a Peloton bike to our exercise room.  Is there anyway to integrate the headphone jack out into C4 with something that is wireless?  I would like to play the audio/music over the room speakers rather than just the bike.  There are no options for a hard wire at this point.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks

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Certainly there are wireless audio kits that can be purchased.  However, a lot of variables will come into play using them.  Work best with line of sight, obstructions has its limitations especially on distance.

Best bet is to get one from Amazon and if it doesn't work well, send it back.

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Just get a Bluetooth headphone jack. Plugs in to the headphone jack and transmits Bluetooth. That should connect to a WMB. 

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Just get a Bluetooth headphone jack. Plugs in to the headphone jack and transmits Bluetooth. That should connect to a WMB. 
Expect lip sync issues doing it this way

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58 minutes ago, msgreenf said:

Expect lip sync issues doing it this way

Sent from my BBF100-2 using Tapatalk
 

Anything other than hardwire will create lip sync issues. 

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Did one with the Pelton-Roku link connection.... of course you may not have a TV in that room.

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I did this:

Bluetooth receiver in the room behind the TV.  Stream the audio from the Peloton to the receiver (cheap Bluetooth receivers on Amazon).

Used an extra Cat6 cable behind the TV to take the audio out from the Bluetooth receiver back to the audio matrix in the rack (Ethernet to RCA adapters are super cheap). 

Works like a charm. 

Also have the option to Screencast the video from the Peloton to the TV in the room wirelessly (if your TV is Miracast compatible - Samsungs are).  Alas, you cannot screencast and use the Bluetooth audio at the same time - one or the other. 

I may try sending the audio out from the TV back to the rack and see how that works. 

Delays and syncing in my experience are minimal - almost unnoticeable. 

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On 7/9/2019 at 11:04 PM, anon2828 said:

I did this:

Bluetooth receiver in the room behind the TV.  Stream the audio from the Peloton to the receiver (cheap Bluetooth receivers on Amazon).

Used an extra Cat6 cable behind the TV to take the audio out from the Bluetooth receiver back to the audio matrix in the rack (Ethernet to RCA adapters are super cheap). 

Works like a charm. 

Also have the option to Screencast the video from the Peloton to the TV in the room wirelessly (if your TV is Miracast compatible - Samsungs are).  Alas, you cannot screencast and use the Bluetooth audio at the same time - one or the other. 

I may try sending the audio out from the TV back to the rack and see how that works. 

Delays and syncing in my experience are minimal - almost unnoticeable. 

This will work.  I have an extra cat5 on the wall (where a TV will be soon) so I can tap into one of those.  

Thanks

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