Cool, thanks. I looked into some Bluetooth accessories a little and found out that my idea of a true
line-out via Bluetooth probably isn't possible because the audio that is sent over Bluetooth is compressed (per the A2DP profile spec). Some Bluetooth receivers can uncompress the audio and output it via RCA/3.5mm outputs, but I won't call that a true line-out since it came from a compressed audio stream. I found this link
to the battery powered Sony MBR-100 Bluetooth Receiver review here on ABI that I hadn't seen before. That looks like a pretty neat little device and had a pretty good review. I also found a Sony HWSBTA2W on Amazon (US link
, UK link
) that does the same thing except it's AC powerered and will also transmit A2DP audio via an aux-input.