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Receive Sound Through Two Bluetooth Headphones Simultaneously

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by hector361, Jan 3, 2012.

  1. hector361

    hector361 WiiChat Member

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    Now I know you can only connect to one Bluetooth device at a time, but if you use the audio port of your device (Phone, laptop, iPad) you can use a 3.5mm splitter and put a Bluetooth transmitter on the end of each splitter. Thus, receive sound output to two Bluetooth headsets at once.
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  2. Epsil0n

    Epsil0n [+] Member

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    Wii Friend Code: 0000-0000-0000-0000
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    Wait, you can link bluetooth audio devices to where? The wii, or the wiimote?
    EDIT: Oh, nvm. I got it...nice for playing at night...other than that, not much application for the wii.
     
  3. skidmarx

    skidmarx semi-pro thumb jockey

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    ya know I can't decide if this is advertising or just passing advice along, but I think I'll report it anyway. ruling?
     

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