A USB Audio to Bluetooth Adapter using a Raspberry Pi Pico W #RaspberryPiPico #USB #Audio
The Pico W USB Audio to Bluetooth Adapter transforms a Raspberry Pi Pico W into a high-quality, hassle-free audio streaming device. It allows any device with a USB input, including MacOS, Windows, Linux, Nintendo Switch, PS4/PS5, and more, to gain Bluetooth Audio capability. With this Pico W Adapter, you can easily transmit audio wirelessly from your USB audio source to your Bluetooth headphones or speaker, enhancing your listening experience.
Setting up PicoW requires no driver or software installation. Simply plug the Pico W into your device’s USB port, set your Bluetooth headphones or speakers to pairing mode, and an automatic connection will be made.
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