I bought a wireless Bluetooth audio receiver, sold by a not so known company name Dodocool
The idea was to send wireless the audio signal from laptop to the home audio system.
The device works, but there is only one thing which I am not satisfied with.
If there is no audio signal sent from laptop for a while, then the Bluetooth connection between PC and the above device is broken, the device enters in standby, maybe designed like that because can run on internal battery, and if I make few minutes pause without sound, then I have to reinitialize the Bluetooth connection from PC, which switch automatic to the local speakers.
What I would like is:
- once I decided and set the audio signal to go through the Bluetooth signal/speakers, then the connection to stay like that, no matter if there is audio signal sent to it or not and no matter is the battery inside the receiver will be empty soon or not. In fact I can put near my audio system a 5V power supply for that Bluetooth receiver and then the internal battery is never empty. I just wanted to get rid of the wires for audio signal and the Bluetooth from inside the notebook does a good job. Also I wanted a small receiver, eventually with battery inside and I thought I found one cheap.
I use Win8 64 bits on Lenovo T410s.
Are any settings which I can do in Win8 to solve my problem?
Or is strictly related with my cheap audio Bluetooth receiver?
Do you know another Bluetooth audio receiver, based on experience or specs, which can solve my problem?