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We like to listen to some of the radio stations and would like to do so speaker? outside. Is there a practical way to use a bluetooth speaker? An adapter that will tx to the speaker?


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I've looked for something like this in the past too, gittist.  So I checked Amazon and found the below option that may work.  Says it has a range of 160 feet.  Don't know if that means line of sight or not.  Your speakers would need to be powered for this to work.  
https://www.amazon.com/Avantree-Bluetooth-Transmitter-Receiver-Speakers/dp/B01H6I3YGK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1497576323&sr=8-1-spons&keywords=bluetooth+transmitter&psc=1

Found this on youtube too.

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Pops,

Did you buy it? Works?  It looks promising.


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You could also do what I do...
Get one of them low power FM Modulators, that accepts RCA inputs for left and right audio, and modulates the audio in stereo on to an unused FM BC Band frequency of your choosing.
Using a relatively short wire as a 'Transmit antenna' it covers my whole house, and the yard. Radiates about as far as my neighbor's on either side...
Then, I can use any FM radio to listen in.


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gittist, no I did not buy it.  I am curious about it though. 
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