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Best Audio Bluetooth compatibility / setup for an Epson Projector ? (2 Viewers)

Asthenis

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Hello!


As I don't want to run cables through my place, I am thinking to buy a bluetooth sound bar to connect to my Epson 2250 Video Projector, having the soundbar under the screen would be the best option without having cables running through my room :)

I am new to video projectors so I am wondering which would be the best audio setup for us.
Many devices I bought, tried, were returned to the dealers because they failed during bluetooth connection...

Unfortunately, the Bose Smart Soundbar 300 and other brands I tried seems not connecting to my projector even if they appear in the list, do you have any recommendations for soundbars which would allow bluetooth format SCMS-T or / and are compatible with Epson 2250 Audio bluetooth ?

thanks a lot !
 

Wayne A. Pflughaupt

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A search for “bluetooth format SCMS-T soundbar” only got a couple of hits – the MusiCast BAR 400 and ATS-4080, both from Yamaha. Both are discontinued, so you’ll have to find a used one.

That said, Bluetooth in general is a blinky format. The problem is that reliable wireless is not cheap. You may ultimately need a pro-audio solution using a transmitter, receiver and active speakers. You can find an article in this topic in my signature.

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Wayne A. Pflughaupt
 

Asthenis

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A search for “bluetooth format SCMS-T soundbar” only got a couple of hits – the MusiCast BAR 400 and ATS-4080, both from Yamaha. Both are discontinued, so you’ll have to find a used one.

That said, Bluetooth in general is a blinky format. The problem is that reliable wireless is not cheap. You may ultimately need a pro-audio solution using a transmitter, receiver and active speakers. You can find an article in this topic in my signature.

Regards,
Wayne A. Pflughaupt
Thanks a Lot Wayne, Finally I used a Yamaha wired Solution, and I agree, the sound is Much better ...
 

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