Is bluetooth headphone on multiple devices possible?

#1
During trips, music is very essential for me and my family. When riding a bus, my siblings wanted to play some music but we're afraid to incovenient other people. Onlly two persons are able to fit in my headphone. So I was thinking if there could be a possible solution for my problem.
 
#2
Pardon me, but I kinda don't get your question. Correct me if I'm wrong, but based in your description, did you mean 'multiple bluetooth headphones in a single device?'. I think that's what you mean based in your problem since you said there's only two person able to fit in your current headphone.

In that case, yes it is possible to use two headphones connected into one device.
 

Fishbate

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#3
I think a Bluetooth 5.0 version device supports multiple connection. If i'm not mistaken a Samsung S8 has this hardware as internal Bluetooth. You can configure S8 Bluetooth to multiple speakers or headphones and stream it simultaneously. Although i haven't seen it worked, based on the reviews and articles i have read it's possible.

Here are some of the articles i have read for your reference:
https://www.androidcentral.com/samsung-galaxy-s8-dual-audio

I also found a tutorial which i think supports my comments:


Have a great day:coffee:!
 
#6
dashiel149
I think that would do it. But I do not own Samsung S8 just Samsung J5. I do not know any other way to do it. But I appreciate your effort to share with me what you know.
 

Fishbate

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#9
Fishbate
If i'm not mistaken SAMSUNG J5 has a 4.1 Bluetooth version, so i think it does not support multi connection thru Bluetooth.

I saw this video and it claims that it can connect multiple devices just by following the steps. I haven't tried it yet, so i do not guarantee it will work.

Here is the video for your reference in case you want to try the method:

I hope this helps...
 

Martinsx

Active member
#4
Depending on the version of Bluetooth headset which you are using, it's possible to connect to more than 2 devices. Maybe the current Bluetooth headset which you are using is not supported to have such features.

Just go any phone accessories shop and ask the sales attendant there to give you one that have the supported feature of being able to connect to more than 2 devices.
 
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