Our Bluetooth products are receivers and not transmitters/senders, so it wouldn't be able to send a Bluetooth signal to another device, like your Bluetooth headphones. You may be able to use wireless headphones with our Bluetooth products given the right combination of adapters, though they weren't really designed with this in mind nor have we tested them with a setup like this.
Articles in this section
- Can I turn Bluetooth off so my neighbors can't connect to my speakers or B1?
- My neighbor keeps connecting to my Audioengine device; is there anyway to add a passcode or extra security to connect via Bluetooth?
- Can I use bluetooth/wireless headphones with any of your Bluetooth products?
- Could I use the W3 to make my subwoofer wireless?
- How to get multi-room sound with Bluetooth
- What does it mean if the LED indicator is orange, instead of white?
- Is the B1 compatible with the original A5 speakers?
- Connecting a Bluetooth turntable to an Audioengine Bluetooth device
- Can I rename my Audioengine Bluetooth device?
- Using Audioengine Bluetooth products with 4th generation Apple TV