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  • Bluetooth amp with Left and Right channel wireless to each other?

    Has anyone come across such a Bluetooth amplifier? If you aren’t sure what I am talking about, think of AirPods. The audio source sees them as a single Bluetooth receiver, but the left and right channels are not connected by a wire. A powered Bluetooth amplifier that works like this would be great for outdoors or large rooms. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk

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    The only thing I've seen that relates are Bluetooth speakers that can sink together such as the UE Boom.

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    • #3
      you can get a bluetooth transmitter that connects to 2 devices. you would then need to build 2 mono speakers each with a bluetooth stereo receiver, and use only left for one and right for the other.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by gto View Post
        you can get a bluetooth transmitter that connects to 2 devices. you would then need to build 2 mono speakers each with a bluetooth stereo receiver, and use only left for one and right for the other.
        My phone would be the transmitter, so I think the “receiver” is what would need the separate wireless channel capabilities.

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        • #5
          I did some more research and figured out that what I’m looking for is Bluetooth TWS (True Wireless Stereo). Here is an example of a solution: http://www.tinyosshop.com/tws-blueto...receiver-board Here is the setup of this particular board: https://www.tinyosshop.com/index.php...ews&news_id=61

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          • #6
            now that is cool. wish it was easier to pair the two devices at the same time

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            • #7
              I'm looking into testing Chromecast Audio for this purpose. Better sound quality than bluetooth and it should be possible to group them together and run single channel in each speaker. No idea how well they sync when grouped, but it seems to work for people who do 'whole-house-audio'.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by jcdk View Post
                I'm looking into testing Chromecast Audio for this purpose. Better sound quality than bluetooth and it should be possible to group them together and run single channel in each speaker. No idea how well they sync when grouped, but it seems to work for people who do 'whole-house-audio'.
                unless you have the chromecast already, you may want to look at arylic wifi streamers. i heard chromecast audio is no longer being made.
                Low Price Guarantee! Best Up2Stream mini WiFi Audio/Stereo Receiver Module, circuit Board with DLNA AIRPLAY output for sale. The best wifi audio receiver board to build your wifi stereo receiver.

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                • #9
                  This thread really should be over in TechTalk...
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