Hi Forum I'm attempting to find a bluetooth option for playing my wedding music in a small to medium sized church. Only one power outlet is available and don't want to trail speaker wires so streaming the music folder via my iphone 6 seems more convenient with a trusted operator as some of the timing is crucial. I was impressed with the Monic Psyc bluetooth 4.0 speaker pushing two 10 Watt drivers without breaking the bank, especially the sub bass for richer sound. I got one not realising the bluetooth technology is adapted to run only one through my iphone 6+. Then I noted you can use a splitter plugged into the phono jack on the phone to utilise two bluetooth speakers. So I ordered a second Monic Psyc, not realising the splitters I have seen require the bluetooth speakers to have EDR 'Enhanced Data Rate'. I can't get Sumvision who made the speakers to respond to confirm either way as it doesn't say in the specs. Others have had issues thinking they can pair two speakers using splitters because of the EDR issue. http://www.psycsound.com/product/monic/monic.html Not fully understanding the technology I don't want to purchase a splitter if it wont pair both speakers. Then some have said splitters halve the volume across the two speakers which might be an issue in a church. I have a relative wanting to use a JBL Flip 3 because they avoid the splitter issue. Yet the sound response is not good enough to my ears on the sub bass response compared to the Psyc. I have two days to come up with a solution before a sound test on location. I don't live in the town the church is, so feeling the pinch. Any input would be greatly appreciated.