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This Alto Bluetooth Receiver Converts Mixers and Speakers Into Wireless Devices
Rounik Sethi on Wed, February 1st 3 comments
So you want to remove that tangled mess of cables from your studio / stage setup? This new compact bluetooth receiver from Alto Professional might be exactly what you need.

Cumberland, RI USA (January 31, 2017)—Alto Professional (, the world’s leading innovator for live performance sound reinforcement products, today announced the immediate availability of its new Bluetooth Total rechargeable Bluetooth® receiver. This compact device—trim enough to carry in your pocket—converts hard-wired mixers or powered loudspeakers into wireless devices, free from cumbersome, restrictive connection cables.

Alto Professional Bluetooth Receiver

Bluetooth Total connects via its XLR connector. A fast, simple 2-step, 2-button arrangement makes pairing and wireless reception easy and positive. Now any hard-wired XLR-equipped system becomes wireless, with all the advantages of not having long hard-wired cable runs, and most importantly, no sacrifice of audio quality. For stereo or dual-speaker mono applications, users can easily link two Bluetooth Totals together to conveniently cover the listening space with larger, more impactful sound.

Bluetooth Total is the ideal solution for adding wireless connection to professional audio setups, and eliminating troublesome, hard-wired cabling for good.

Alto Professional Bluetooth Receiver with mixing desk.

Alto Professional Bluetooth Receiver with mixing desk.


  • ï‚·  XLR-equipped rechargeable Bluetooth receiver

  • ï‚·  Stream audio wirelessly to mixers or powered loudspeakers

  • ï‚·  Bluetooth links two receivers for cable-free stereo playback

  • ï‚·  USB port for charging or continuous AC power for fixed use

  • ï‚·  Battery- or AC-powered (power adapter included)

    “Sometimes, it’s the small device or thoughtful accessory that makes the biggest difference,” said Pyotr Belov, Product Manager for Alto Professional. “That’s certainly the case with our new Bluetooth Total rechargeable Bluetooth receiver. You can hide it in your pocket, but it replaces all that messy, cumbersome wiring that used to clutter everything up. Now your set-ups are neat, fast and clean. People love this." 

Bluetooth Total is available now. Retail price is $49.00.


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  • martin
    I have two JBL Xtreme bluetooth speakers. Great sound. They have an AUX input (or output?) My main question is can I plug these bluetooth speakers into a mixer and use them as loudspeakers or stage monitors for mic or instruments? Or is there another method to use them as stage monitors/loudspeakers. Thank you.
    • 3 years ago
    • By: martin
  • Hi. I am a hypnotherapist and am looking to replace my current audio set up with a wireless one. Basically I need the client to wear Boise cancelling headphones (preferably Bluetooth) with music from my iPad and my voice via a Bluetooth headphone - is this possible? Currently I have everything hardwired - iPod, mixer unit and headphones.
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  • I am using a mackie mixer and two mackie powered speaks. Mostly i am doing dj events and karaoke. Is it best to pair two Altos, using two, from main out and one to speaks, meaning Ill need 4 Alto units, or to only run three, one from the mixer and one per speaker?
    • 1 year ago
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