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Old 04-12-2014, 10:39 PM   #1
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Jensen Blue Tooth?

Hi folks,
We have a new 26ft. Jayco TT with the Jensen AWM965 radio. Does anyone know if this unit can be converted into a Blue Tooth system or some type of gizmo added to the USB port to make it a BT system? I don't think it is current set up for Blue Tooth reception.

The AC turned on high speed makes a lot of noise. Needless to say, my hearing isn't great so I would like to add another speaker wired to the back of our camper or use a Blue Tooth speaker system so I can hear the TV.

Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Old 04-13-2014, 07:43 PM   #2
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You can use a battery powered blutooth device connected to the front 3.5mm line level audio in jack. For example, this device found on Amazon. It is charged via USB for an 8 hour run time or you can connect it permanently to a USB cable connected to an AC or DC outlet.
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Thank you , thank you!!! I had an idea that a device was available for this use. I'll also check with Best Buy to see if they have the same type of device.
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Only problem on mine is the cabinet door cannot be closed when it is in use.
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Is there a specific brand better or worse than others?

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