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When you pair two speakers at the same time and listen to both speakers through blue tooth, any delay of one of the speakers?
Do you have a source / device that can connect to two speakers at the same time?
I will use either my smart phone or my tablet.
Most phones and tablets can only connect to one device and there's no way daisy chain our speakers together. Just wanted to bring up this limitation in case you hadn't considered it.
Are you saying that if I connect from my iPhone via Bluetooth I won't hear stereo sound from both the speakers?
Of course you will....the two speakers make a set and are tied together. The other comment made it sound like they were asking to hook two different PAIRS of speakers (aka daisy chain) since asking if one pair of speakers caused a delay would be quite a silly question...
Even though our speakers are a stereo set your phone is only going to connect to the powered speaker. The other speaker is passive and connects to the powered speaker with speaker wire. Because of this there will be no delay between the speakers as they're physically wired together and, of course, it'll establish a stereo connection.
Yeah, it would be super weird if it didn't play stereo. That question was very confusing.
Well if you wired the speakers, you miss the point having blue tooth connection
No you wouldn't, the point is that you don't have to have your phone or whatever input device you use laying next to the speaker set connected via a cable. You would have to power the set using a power cord anyways, making it not completely 'wireless'.