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Topic # 239432 17-Jul-2018 14:17
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Recently bought a new vinyl player that's bluetooth and want some decent speakers for it. I was looking at Bookshelf speakers but in the room the player is located there isnt any 'bookshelves'. What I am thinking now its some smaller wall mounted (bluetooth) speakers that can go into the two corners of the room, this way the vinyl player can use them but also any other bluetooth devices (phones etc).

 

 

 

Any recommendations of some suitable speakers, would there need to be a cable between the speakers? (on is the bluetooth speaker and the other runs off that) or two independent speakers.

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2057785 17-Jul-2018 14:44
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There are plenty of bluetooth speakers where you can pair 2 of the same together and they will then work in stereo. Because that is all done at the radio chipset level and not trying to do it by software like wifi multiroom solutions, they seem to have perfect sync between them (as good as I can tell with casual listening)

 

Otherwise consider a cheap bluetooth amplifier and then connect whatever speakers you like to it. I have the nobsound f900 in its prior branding on an old pair of floorstanding speakers in the workroom and its great. Really needs 24v of power to get the best from it, if it comes with a 12v wall wart it will not have anywhere near the same amount of grunt behind it.





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