Well, I built a small robot so I could do experiments. I really miss having the notebook on the robot, but it was too small. So, I said to myself, I don't have speakers on the robot nor a microphone. So, I went out and bought an expensive Jam wireless speaker. I got it hooked up to the bluetooth and it sounded Great on my desktop. But, when I went to install it, it was way to big. So, I spent an equal amount of money on a Bump wireless speaker. It sounded not as great, but not to bad on my desktop when I hooked it up to the bluetooth. When I went to install it on the robot, I was lacking about an eighth of an inch, so I sorta made it an offer that it could not refuse. (I will have to glue it back, later.)
Bottom line, both speakers work fine when they are connected to the desktop. But I have tried several places to hook up to the robot and as soon as the EZB is powered up, the speakers sound like they have a wired connection with a cold solder joint. Static and noise takes over. When I run the program with ARC only (no EZB turned on), they work fine.
It is really lame having the robot in one room and having to listen to the voice come from the other room and having to use the microphone from the other room.
I have gotten myself in a mess.
Maybe you have an idea, I don't. I am expecting that you cannot overload the bluetooth on the EZ-B with too much bandwidth.
If you know an economical solution, please let me know. It is for the bob2 robot that I have just posted.