Can a bluetooth receiver drive low-impedance headphones (Superlux 668b)

UmarG

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Hi!

I'm looking to get (very) budget semi-open headphones. I've heard a lot of good things about the Superlux 668b and plan on getting that.

However, one of the things I want to do is also make them wireless. To do so, I plan to use this MPow bluetooth receiver

What I'd like to know, however, is whether this bluetooth receiver can drive those headphones?
In case it helps, the Superlux is apparently a low-impedance headphone (coming in at 56 Ohms).

Thanks in advance!
 

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UmarG

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Thanks for the answers guys!

you need a transmitter for the headphones
@hang-the-9 , my source already has a BT transmitter, so all I need is the receiver.

The BT receiver will drive them but the question is will it be loud enough
@americanaudiophile I'm not really looking to have them really loud (my PC's volume is almost always at ~40%). Half my goal with semi-open headphones is to be able to easily hear the outside world when I have my ears plugged, so to speak. Going by what you said, this should be possible.

I've used the MPow receiver with in-ear buds and they get satisfyingly loud (possibly louder than when connected to my phone/PC directly).

Guess I'll have to test them to really find out. Thanks again!
 
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