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    2018 Grand America: Bluetooth to analog speaker and bluetooth to bluetooth speaker

    Here is my problem. i have galaxy S10+ and i have a Cardo Packtalk Bold unit attached to helmet and i have a bluetooth receiver with audio out cable and plug. I have paired my phone to the Cardo helmet unit and i have paired the phone to the bluetooth receiver whose audio out is plugged into the Aux in jack of the motorcycle located in right baggage bin.

    When i play music, the signal obviously goes from my phone to my helmet via bluetooth, but to the speakers it goes via bluetooth to receiver and then analog from receiver to speakers. The sound from the speakers comes out about .5 seconds before the sound in my helment. I would think the opposite should be true. In any event i can't get the tunes to sync up. the Packtalk has got the jbl earphones but the base out of speakers is much better. On the few times that the music has sync'ed, (by quickly changing source and back to Aux) it sounds great but then quickly goes back to helmet sound lagging speaker sound. I can't find a solution. Any help would be appreciated.... See attached image of current setup
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