- Bluetooth 5.0 USB audio adapter
- Highest end CSR8675 chip for high fidelity stereo sound
- Range of up to 164’ in open line-of-sight
- It acts as a sound card
- Supports the aptX Low Latency codec
If you’re looking for the best USB Bluetooth adapter for your audio devices, Avantree DG60 fills the spot perfectly.
Actually, the adapter works only for audio, so unfortunately you won’t be able to use it for your mouse or keyboard but it will deliver lag-free sound for any of your Bluetooth headphones or speakers.
DG60 will act as a discrete soundcard so you will connect directly to it, not to your computer. That’s why you won’t see a Bluetooth icon on your taskbar.
This adapter is great for your PC but it can be even greater for your gaming console, allowing it to deliver simultaneous chat and BGM. It’s also perfect if you live in a big house.
Just plug in the adapter to a laptop or PC on the ground floor and roam around the house even on the first floor and still listen to music uninterrupted.
- Bluetooth 5.0 dongle
- Compatible with any Bluetooth peripherals
- Transfer rate of up to 3 Mbps
- Quick install
- Driver installation required
EVEO Bluetooth Adapter is universal. That means it’s not only for audio devices but for all other wireless Bluetooth devices like mice and keyboards, printers, headsets, smartphones, and more. And, it comes with the latest Bluetooth 5.0.
However, as we previously mentioned, Bluetooth 5.0 is backwards compatible with the older versions so you will be able to connect all your Bluetooth 4 devices for instance.
Although this is a very small device, it can be used to pair up to 7 sources at the same time. This dongle can communicate to as far as 20 meters with Bluetooth devices and ensures a transfer speed of up to 3 Mbps.
The installation is a formality. Right after you connect the adapter to your PC or laptop, Windows will automatically detect it and look for a driver. It will only take a couple of seconds and you will be able to pair your first device.
It’s worth mentioning that this dongle only works with Windows 7/8/8.1 and Windows 10, and it doesn’t work with macOS or PlayStation.
- Extremely compact – only 4.8 x 4.17 x 0.59 inches
- Bluetooth 5.0 wireless technology
- Can work with 7 devices at the same time
- Maximum transfer rate up to 3 Mbps
- Doesn’t work with car stereos or video consoles
This Techkey USB Bluetooth dongle is very compact, perfect to use with a Windows slim laptop. And by the way, it only works with Windows 7 to Windows 10 devices so you won’t be able to use it with your car stereo, game consoles, or Mac.
Because it’s a Bluetooth 5 adapter, it offers a transfer rate of up to 3 Mbps, a lot faster than the old Bluetooth 4.2. It’s still not fast enough to transfer gigabytes of data from your smartphone but it’s good enough for some pictures, clips, and music.
As for streaming music, it works very well with some Bluetooth stereo headphones but you should know that you are limited to a 33 feet range and that is in a straight line, without any obstacles.
If you get out of the room where your dongle is and close the door behind, there is a big chance that you will lose the signal.
This was our top 3 list with the best USB Bluetooth adapters. They are new, fresh, Bluetooth 5.0, and ready for your purchase.
It is worth noting that we have some other useful guides on USB adapters with great deals, so make sure to check them out as well:
If you have any suggestions, or simply want to share your experience with us, leave us a note in the comments section below.
FAQ: Read more about USB Bluetooth adapters
- Can I use a USB Bluetooth adapter on my TV?
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- What is the best USB Bluetooth adapter?
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- Do I need a Bluetooth receiver or transmitter?
Transmitters are used to connect a non-Bluetooth device with a Bluetooth enabled device while the Bluetooth receiver is used to connect a Bluetooth device to a non-Bluetooth device.
This post was written by Claudiu Andone and was first posted to WindowsReport