Bluetooth speakers for the Raspberry Pi?

Want to buy raspberry pi B+ to build a "home theater". R-Pi will take the movie from a network drive over Wi-Fi and feeding the video signal to the projector via HDMI. Actually, the question is: do I need to transmit the sound to the Soundbar using bluetooth, is it possible to do? Of course I buy the dongle and wifi adapter, but can all this be made to work without sophisticated dancing with a tambourine, because with Linux I "Oh, - good day, are You?".

P. S. the projector will be in the "mobile" box, along with a Raspberry, not bolted to one place. That's why I want to get rid of all the wires except the power wires.
September 19th 19 at 12:26
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September 19th 19 at 12:28
I think you should help this article. Unfortunately I can not test due to lack of adapter. Do not tell me which adapter you have?
Thank you, I saw her and realized that to deal with Linux(respiram) first, it is necessary. I was hallucinating, there audio is transmitted via Bluetooth from the phone and raspbery catches and plays on the speakers via minijack connected. I have a completely different situation (or quite the same, I don't understand). I have a movie and video must be connected on hdmi, and audio via Bluetooth directly to the speakers.
Now neither the adapter nor the raspberri nope, I first try to think of everything, and then buy. Krisis and all that, I do not want excess to take.)
In General, I'm less pikovoe solution was found. You can buy a media player that is powered via USB. The smart-TV boxes with Android. But there is also need a Bluetooth dongle to buy to start it, but the solution is obtained in two to three times cheaper than the raspberri. Ie media player 2-3 thousand worth of a tolerant quality + Bluetooth. And hdmi uglenite short in the kit, along with a USB charger. - Modesta_Blick4 commented on September 19th 19 at 12:31

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