BlueCurve Xi6 bluetooth audio output to computer playback device via Windows

iChinadian
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I am trying to see if I can play audio from the Xi6 on my Windows 11 computer's monitor with built-in speakers. I have been able to pair the Xi6 with the PC using an Asus bluetooth dongle, but the Xi6 is listed as a playback device while I want it as a recording device. Any suggestions?

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-- does your XI6 have the stereo (red & white) RCA-style...

mdk
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@iChinadian -- does your XI6 have the stereo (red & white) RCA-style (post-and-collar) audio-outputs?

Does your monitor have a 3.5 mm audio-input jack? Or, is the only audio-input coming via the HDMI cable between your computer & your monitor?

If so, then purchase a cable to adapt one style to the other.  No need for Bluetooth.

 

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Nope. just HDMI output and I am trying to avoid extra cab...

iChinadian
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Nope. just HDMI output and I am trying to avoid extra cables.

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Why not use the Shaw app in your computer. You can access...

rickatk
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Why not use the Shaw app in your computer. You can access all the same content through the app. No wires!

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Yeah I know I could do that but it doesn't give me the sa...

iChinadian
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Yeah I know I could do that but it doesn't give me the satisfaction of achieving what I am want, which is to play karaoke songs using the built-in YouTube app on the TV, output the audio to my PC where I can mix it with a microphone and then playing the final result on my home AV via Toslink. The computer monitor is just for testing purpose.

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-- does your TV have TOSLINK audio output to connect to y...

mdk
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@iChinadian -- does your TV have TOSLINK audio output to connect to your A/V box? Can you "mix" on your A/V ?

 

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Yes it does, but again, I am trying not to add more wirin...

iChinadian
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Yes it does, but again, I am trying not to add more wiring but it doesn't look like this will be possible.

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