Connect Multiple Bluetooth Speakers to One Device
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How to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Speakers to One Device – Dual Audio

The prevalence of Bluetooth devices in homes increased owing to the abundance of smart speakers like Amazon Echo and Google Home. To deliver audio to multiple speakers, you can use an app like Bose Connect or AmpMe, or some from Ultimate Ears, as well as Bluetooth 5, that delivers audio to two devices simultaneously.

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Dual audio allows you to send your media audio to two different Bluetooth devices at once. This means that not only can you use two pairs of headphones at one time, but you can share between two different sets of Bluetooth speakers as well. After you pair both Bluetooth devices to your Samsung Galaxy phone, you need to access your Media panel on your Quick panel.

Note: Instructions given in this article are for Bluetooth speakers connected to Amazon Echo, Android, or Google Home devices.

Connect Multiple Bluetooth Speakers through AmpMe:

Some apps like Bose Connect, AmpMe, and Ultimate Ears connect to multiple Bluetooth devices. Since AmpMe is not brand-specific, it is the most versatile app. On the other hand, Ultimate Ears and the Bose apps need Bluetooth speakers from the respective company.

AmpMe synchronizes Bluetooth speakers and smartphones together to flawlessly stream audio from YouTube, Spotify, SoundCloud, or your media library. Moreover, users can make or join parties on one of these platforms and then synchronize with innumerable devices.

Note: Your smartphone can connect to a single speaker only. Hence, you would require participation from any friends and family to let it work.

The one who creates the party organizes the music, whereas other users can send song requests through the app’s chat feature. Moreover, the host can also enable the ‘Guest as DJ’ feature that allows other participants to add songs into the queue.

Once you download the app, make sure to link it to your Google or Facebook account. Now check if any of your contacts are available on AmpMe, or turn on location services and search for a party near you.

Steps to begin a party:

  1. Tap the ‘Plus
  2. Choose any of the services –YouTube, Spotify, etc., and then tap Connect.
  3. Tap Connect
  4. Now log in to your account.
  5. Select or make a playlist.

Connecting multiple Bluetooth speakers through Audio Company Apps:

With the help of Ultimate Ears and Bose Connect apps, it is possible to pair a smartphone with two speakers each. However, this can be done only on particular models. It is important to note that the Bose Connect functions with Bose speakers and headphones. The Party Mode functionality streams audio to two speakers or two headphones simultaneously. App Stores and Google Play app’s page show compatible devices.

Ultimate Ears supports two apps for streaming audio to multiple speakers. They are namely Boom and MegaBoom. These two apps relate to two lines of compatible speakers. Furthermore, these apps support a feature called PartyUp capable of connecting 50+ Boom 2 or MegaBoom speakers.

Use Samsung’s Dual Audio Feature:

If you own a Samsung Galaxy S8, S8+, or some newer model, you can benefit from the Bluetooth Dual Audio of the company. It functions with the majority of Bluetooth speakers and headphones. Note that Bluetooth 5 is not needed.

Steps to enable this feature:

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  1. Navigate to this path Settings > Connections > Bluetooth.
  2. In Android Pie, tap ‘Advanced.’ If you are using earlier Android versions, tap the ‘menu.’
    icon (shown as 3 vertical dots) present in the upper-right corner.
  3. Now turn on the ‘Dual Audio’ toggle switch.
  4. For using the Dual Audio, you need to pair the phone with two headphones, two speakers, or one of each, and finally, audio will stream to both devices.
  5. In case you add a third device, then the first paired device will boot off.

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Note: If you connect a Samsung smartphone with two sets of headphones, only the first connected device can control playback via the on-headphone media controls. It happens that you may come across Bluetooth speakers that are not synced. Hence, this feature is most suitable for speakers present in separate rooms.

Use HomePod Stereo Pair:

Apple has an identical feature to Samsung’s Dual Audio known as HomePod Stereo Pair. It enables the users to pair a Mac or iPhone with two HomePod speakers.

Whenever you organize a HomePod in the same room, just like another one, you will be presented with a choice to use the speakers in the form of a stereo pair. Additionally, you can use the Home app to utilize this functionality on an iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or Mac. In any of these cases, both HomePods should be located in the same room to pair them.

Steps to enable this feature:

  1. Open the Home app. Now press and hold or double-click ‘HomePod’ and then click or tap ‘Settings.’
  2. Tap on ‘Create Stereo Pair.’
  3. Choose a second HomePod.
  4. Two HomePod icons are displayed in the app. Click or tap on a HomePod to connect it to the appropriate channel (left and right).
  5. Tap or click ‘Back’ and then click ‘Done.’

Frequently Asked Questions:

1. Can I connect my iPhone to other Bluetooth speakers if I don’t have a HomePod?

Yes, this can be done using third-party apps. You need to visit the App Store and look for apps that connect iPhones to different Bluetooth devices. Go through reviews and select a quality product suitable for your needs. The alternative option is the AirPlay-enabled speakers.

2. How do I connect Bluetooth speakers to Google Home?

For that, use the Google Home app. Choose your device > Settings > Default music speaker. Now pair your Bluetooth speaker and go along with the prompts.

3. How can I enhance the sound coming from multiple connected speakers?

To increase the loudness and clarity of the Bluetooth sound delivered from multiple speakers, you need to use speaker-booster apps and software-amplification apps. Moreover, you can try shifting your connected speakers far from hindrances in the room.


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