Theoretical Question

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    If I plug a USB bluetooth adaptor into the USB port on my DTS system, could I then stream music from my iPad? The DTS is DNLA certified.

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    It does depend on the type of Bluetooth adapter, as the iPad has a very limited Bluetooth support and will mostly work with keyboards and headphones. If the usb bluetooth adapter would identify itself as a bluetooth headset, than the iPad would stream music to it, but somehow I doubt that this is the case, so it will most likely not work, at least not on a non-jb iPad.
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    I thought as much, but may give it a go.....Don't need it to work, just using old bits of kit I have lying around:) Before finally consigning them to the bin.....It's a VERY old Bluetooth device anyway!

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