Connecting Ipod Nano to Windows 7 PC with bluetooth

Is it possible to connect an Apple Ipod Nano to a Windows 7 64 bit PC using Bluetooth and ITunes such that playing tunes on the Ipod nano is heard in the PC speakers . I can do this with USB but should it also be possible with Bluetooth ?
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Roger AlcindorAsked:
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Michael-BestCommented:
Why do you want inferior PC speaker sound for Apples great sounding bass?

Suggest quality Bluetooth speakers.

Best Bluetooth speakers of 2015
http://www.cnet.com/topics/speakers/best-speakers/bluetooth/

This guide should help with Connecting Ipod Nano to Windows 7 PC with bluetooth:
http://www.groovypost.com/howto/howto/connect-iphone-or-ipod-windows-7-bluetooth/
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Roger AlcindorAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your reply. The point of my question was to establish without any doubt that it can be done with an IPod Nano and a windows 7 64 bit PC. The second link in your comment infers that it can but does not explicitly state that it works with an ipod Nano.
Do you have personal experience of being able to hear IPOD Nano music on a Windows 7 64 bit PC using Bluetooth ?
I have not been able to do this myself and merely want to establish that it can be done. I have a Dell M6600 Windows 7 64 bit PC with all Windows updates being up to date plus the latest version of ITunes software installed and an Apple IPOD Nano model A1446.
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Michael-BestCommented:
No I have not tested your specific request.
I do not have knowledge that another EE expert has tested your request.  
I can only advise with my own thoroughly researched recommendations.

Hope this helps.
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