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Old Jan 30, 2013, 01:25 PM   #1
musicianm
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Stereo support for airplay with more than 1 speaker?

Hey everyone, new to the forum, so sorry if I have any errors in my posting.

With the new update for aTV(I have version 3), I am curious:
Now we can airplay movie audio to airplay enabled speakers.

I am interested in getting two speakers to wall mount, and use - but do they automatically separate for left and right audio for the stereo effect?

Thanks
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Old Jan 30, 2013, 03:20 PM   #2
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Hey everyone, new to the forum, so sorry if I have any errors in my posting.

With the new update for aTV(I have version 3), I am curious:
Now we can airplay movie audio to airplay enabled speakers.

I am interested in getting two speakers to wall mount, and use - but do they automatically separate for left and right audio for the stereo effect?

Thanks
Most "speakers in a box" has several elements for audio separation / or just uses mono. So you will not get Left channel in one and right in another with two of them. But you will get stereo in one (depends on the model ofcourse). What model were you thinking about?

There is a wide range of AP speakers you can get. Even some receivers are airplay enabled.
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