Yes, I can confirm this works for the BP50. The -BLE connection likely stands for “Bluetooth Low Energy”, and is usually the type of connection used for small amounts of data and/or control signals. It’s likely that this is what’s used for the GoControl app to connect and control settings on the device.
Thanks Steve. I use that app to enable A2DP when paired with my phone but for whatever reason it does not enable a connection to the B50 /BP50. Also, I didn’t have luck under Linux which has A2DP enabled by default. If anyone else manages to make this type of connection work I am interested to hear more.
“Sounds good, but this should be a rare use case. Why you want to hear sound from the PC speakers, and the source is an AMP.”
Bluetooth audio streams can be recorded in Windows through WASAPI. This allows for making good quality digital backups of LPs, tapes, TV channels, internet radio and anything else connected through the B50. Any DSP effects present in the B50 get encoded in the Bluetooth stream.