How To Add Bluetooth To TV
Most modern TV sets today come equipped with Bluetooth (BT) technology. This allows you to wirelessly stream media and control your TV with a variety of devices. Not sure how to add Bluetooth to TVs? Wondering how Bluetooth receivers for TVs work? Read on, as we take you step-by-step through the process of adding BT to your TV and then setting it up to unlock a whole new world of entertainment!
Do You Need a Bluetooth TV Adapter?
The answer to this question depends on what your TV is already equipped with. If it’s a Smart TV, chances are it already has Bluetooth. If you still have the manual, check it to see if your TV is Bluetooth compatible. You can also do a quick Google search using the make and model number (usually found on a sticker on the back of the television). Simply using a mobile device (like your smartphone) to see if it can detect nearby Bluetooth devices may not be enough, since it’s possible that your TV has Bluetooth, but it’s just turned off. If, after looking up your TV’s model and searching through the manual, you still can’t find any indication of Bluetooth compatibility, chances are it’s not natively a feature of your TV. The good news is that you can still harness the power of BT through an adapter! Bluetooth receivers for TVs are just small devices you attach to your TV to make it just as if your TV came equipped with the technology...the best part is you won’t need to purchase a new TV just to enjoy all that Bluetooth has to offer!
Making Your TV Bluetooth Capable
If your TV doesn’t have Bluetooth, as noted, it’s pretty likely you can still make it compatible just by using an adapter. Learning how to add Bluetooth to a TV is easy, but you should note that there are a couple of must-haves required to do it. Your TV must already have one of the following:
Using a Bluetooth Transmitter For TV
The specific process to install and use a transmitter may vary based on the product you use. But here are the general steps to take once you’ve purchased your BT transmitter to get it ready to use.
1. Connect the transmitter to a power source, like an outlet or battery.
Common Bluetooth Pairing Issues
While pairing a Bluetooth device with a TV is usually pretty straightforward, there are a few common known pairing issues. Here are a couple problems you might encounter, why they occur and most importantly, how to fix them!
THE FIX: The easiest way to fix this problem is simply by restarting both devices.
THE FIX: Try disabling the microphone component on the headphones you’re using.
THE FIX: Ensure that you stay within ten to fifteen feet of the TV for the least latency and best experience.
Why Choose Aluratek
Looking to enhance your TV’s capabilities to allow for wireless audio transmission? Aluratek’s BT adapter lineup is here to assist! We have products that work with nearly every model of TV and BT versions and connectors, so there will be a high-quality product designed just for you.
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