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I'm needing some insight on transferring voice signal from Bluetooth through a hard wire. Two Bluetooth devices on both sides of the wire. When both devices contact the wires it will make a complete circuit and transfer audio signals to one another, which then, the said devices will send that signal on each side to two separate Bluetooth devices (ear pieces) on each side of the wire.

And help would be much appreciated.

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"  {Bluetooth} It is mainly used as an alternative to wire connections, to exchange files between nearby portable devices and connect cell phones and music players with wireless headphones."  You may violate some code of ethics by connecting two Bluetooth devices together by wire.


One needs to know what type of devices you are  using to have any idea how to interconnect them. If they have speakers or phone connections that would be a start. Class 1 Bluetooth devices have a range of about 100 meters.

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