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I am trying to know if an MP3 can be a transmitter for wireless headphones.

The MP3 is a Sony one (I don't have the model but these photos can help):

MP3 1

MP3 2

MP3 3

MP3 4

MP3 5

MP3 6

The wireless headphones that I am using are Noga Twins 2:

Wireless headphones

I searched and concluded that the MP3 has no Bluetooth, so, trying to imitate a smartphone that has Bluetooth, I was not able to connect the MP3 and headphones to listen to music.

I have watched the YouTube video

Video thumbnailAdd Bluetooth to your MP3 Player With a Bluetooth Transmitter

but I am looking for an software/app/program-based-solution i.e., putting an e.g. executable file into my MP3 via USB connection to my computer that imitates a Bluetooth transmitter. I couldn't find any software solution.

Is it possible to do that?

  • 1
    Sorry, but how should software be able to create the required circuits (antenna etc) for that? You'll need hardware to do that. And that's outside the scope of this site.
    – Izzy
    Oct 21 '19 at 7:01
  • @Izzy thank you for your comment! That's why I ask; I wanted to know if there was a program that imitates Bluetooth. Thank you again.
    – manooooh
    Oct 21 '19 at 9:45
  • Short 2 letter answer: No. Technically impossible.
    – Izzy
    Oct 21 '19 at 20:57

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