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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.
Alto Professional Bluetooth Receiver
Alto Professional Bluetooth Receiver with mixing desk.


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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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