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Will connecting a bluetooth adapter to a usb3.0 extension cable connected to a usb 2.0 port cause problems?

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Will connecting a bluetooth adapter to a usb3.0 extension cable connected to a usb 2.0 port cause problems?
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Question by A J 9:53am, 8th February 2020

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Chris (Admin) responded : 4:29pm, 8th February 2020 (1 week ago)
Hi AJ, no it should work fine. Both cables and usb ports are backwards compatible (although of course there are physical different socket types but they work if you have adapters).

A J responded : 6:20pm, 8th February 2020 (1 week ago)
@Chris. I meant as in the radio frequencies. I heart that USB3.0 causes problems with bluetooth because of the radio frequencies emitted at both ends of USB

Juan (Admin) responded : 11:56pm, 8th February 2020 (1 week ago)
USB 3 can cause interference but in this case it shouldn't as the port is producing a USB 2 signal.

See our other website http//www.bluetoothandusb3.com for more details!

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