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Old Dec 25, 2010, 03:48 PM   #1
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Connecting two different Bluetooth Speakers


I've spent a substantial amount of time trying to figure this one out.
I was just given 2 Sony SRS-BT100 bluetooth speakers. Connecting one is fine of course, but, is it possible to use them BOTH as audio outputs for my IMAC desktop?

I imagine a sort of surround sound set up if that helps picture what I want to happen.

I tried the aggregate option, but I'm pretty sure that is for other purposes, and I also have read about AirTunes but I kept hoping for a more direct solution.

I hope I have not asked a redundant question that has already been answered!

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