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Twelve South recently launched the AirFly adapter for devices that have a jack output, but which you want to use with Bluetooth headphones such as the Apple AirPods. The device can easily be connected to the television, the headphone connection in the airplane, the fitness machine or another source using a jack cable. The battery gives up to 8 hours of running time; Charging via micro USB is also possible with a power bank.
Use wireless headphones with audio sources that only offer one output via a 3,5 mm jack - this should now be possible everywhere with the AirFly. Simply connect the audio output of the television, entertainment system, fitness device, vintage radio or the like using a jack cable. The AirFly Bluetooth transmitter sends the music, the audio book, the podcast or whatever else you want to hear to your headphones. In addition to the Apple AirPods, these can also be other wireless headphones.
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In addition to the Twelve South AirFly Transmitter, the scope of delivery also includes a connection cable for the 3,5 mm jack socket and a USB charging cable. This (or a similar cable from your collection) can not only be used on power supplies, but also to charge the AirFly on the go with a power bank. At Amazon and elsewhere, some people complain that there is no Lightning or USB-C connection, but they find that these connections are currently rather seldom used - especially for devices that are not exclusively made as Apple accessories I think the grumbling is on too high a level.
Here is a video that clearly shows the benefits of the Twelve South AirPlay Transmitter:
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After graduating from high school, Johannes completed an apprenticeship as a business assistant specializing in foreign languages. But then he decided to research and write, which resulted in his independence. For several years he has been working for Sir Apfelot, among others. His articles include product introductions, news, manuals, video games, consoles, and more. He follows Apple keynotes live via stream.
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