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#222451 11-Aug-2017 18:41
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Ok, very narrow range of people who can help I suspect, but I'll give it a go ;-)

 

Anyone played with MinistryofSound Audio S Plus bluetooth speakers?

 

I can pair them ok when playing a bluetooth-sourced feed, but when audio is via Aux-in, pairing seems to stop. Nothing in the specs or manual saying it's blocked at all.  (Oh, and website seems down at the moment.

 

 

 

Cheers,

 

G.


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  #1845339 11-Aug-2017 19:03
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Maybe the amp cant handle two simultaneous inputs ?  i.e. as soon as a 3.5mm jack is used, perhaps it shuts down the bluetooth? (and to also save battery power perhaps)?

 

 


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  #1845349 11-Aug-2017 19:44
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IF you are trying to aux in to one speaker, and have a second play in stereo with that link over bluetooth, it wouldnt work on me with some other speaker that did the whole 2 speakers paird thing. I suspect they are pretty much all using the same chips inside them.





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  #1845486 12-Aug-2017 09:12
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this from the website....

 

 

HOW DO I CONNECT DEVICES TO MY SPEAKER?

 

 

 

 

Connect the speaker to your device using a 3.5mm line in cable (not supplied)

 

NOTE: If a Bluetooth device is connected to the Audio S Plus Speaker while playing audio from an auxiliary connection, the Bluetooth device will take priority and the stream from the auxiliary device will stop.

 

 


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