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BEOLIT 15 and BEOPLAY A2 NEW STEREO MODE FROM 27 AUGUST!

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Emil Jensen
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Emil Jensen posted on Thu, Aug 20 2015 1:47 PM

http://www.recordere.dk/2015/08/saet-to-baerbare-bo-hoejttalere-sammen-til-stereo/

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It is in Danish, but now you can use two Beloit 15 or A2 in a stereo setup!

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BeoMegaMan
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rfrichg:

Millemissen:

More Bluetooth platforms are supporting this, Nokia had a Bluetooth speaker which could the same for more than 2-3 years ago.
But you are not sending more than one stream, then the first speaker will receive the stream an repeat it to the one which has been paired with the first one.
Then one is playing left and the other right, will be exciting to hear A2 and Beolit 15 which has True360 I'm not sure this will work super on a left only signal, if that's how it is implemented.  

 

That's exactly how the technology works. It pairs to one then sends the signal through that pairing to the other. 

Ah, you know... A little B&O here, a little there 

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The Nokia speakers were very clever in that they would automatically switch to stereo mode whenever two paired speakers were in range. Hope B&O added that extra touch as well! (Unless it's patented Big Smile )

--mika

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I have an A2 and a Beolit 15. Will they work together and how do I update the software?

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Duels replied on Thu, Aug 20 2015 5:33 PM
I would imagine you would want two identical speakers to get the benefit of shoos stereo sound Chris.
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Millemissen:

...and makes much easier, if you divorce.

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There is a tv - and there is a BV.

Big Smile. Exactly
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BeoMegaMan:

rfrichg:

Millemissen:

More Bluetooth platforms are supporting this, Nokia had a Bluetooth speaker which could the same for more than 2-3 years ago.
But you are not sending more than one stream, then the first speaker will receive the stream an repeat it to the one which has been paired with the first one.
Then one is playing left and the other right, will be exciting to hear A2 and Beolit 15 which has True360 I'm not sure this will work super on a left only signal, if that's how it is implemented.  

That's exactly how the technology works. It pairs to one then sends the signal through that pairing to the other. 

They promise:

'Minimal audio coding delay and latency.'

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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I found an interesting paper on this issue (an more) - for those, who want to dig deeper:

http://www.ijetae.com/files/Volume2Issue2/IJETAE_0212_27.pdf

MM

There is a tv - and there is a BV.

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Duels:
I would imagine you would want two identical speakers to get the benefit of shoos stereo sound Chris.

I even suspect he was more likely interested whether he can "join" them and put in different places. Like you said, "stereo" from two different speakers does not make sense.

Btw, cool feature B&O. Can work also for friends joining their A2s or Beolits in a party. <3

"Bring your own sound channel" ;)

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Millemissen:

I found an interesting paper on this issue (an more) - for those, who want to dig deeper:

http://www.ijetae.com/files/Volume2Issue2/IJETAE_0212_27.pdf

MM

I don't think it will support more than 2.0 and my guess are that they are using the aptX technology which offers different encoding and decoding depending on the propose.
The two speaker solution is not low latency so properly not good enough for TV, and it will not be the as good as CD quality either as far as I know (but my guess is that you can't hear the different on speakers of this size), correct me if i'm wrong :-)

 

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BeoBoy68 replied on Thu, Aug 20 2015 10:06 PM
For your information:

Devialet Phantom support 24 speakers together. Big SmileYes - thumbs up

Duels
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Duels replied on Thu, Aug 20 2015 10:08 PM
Then you are on the wrong forum beoboy
BeoGreg
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BeoGreg replied on Thu, Aug 20 2015 10:58 PM
Had a look at the Devialet stand in Harrods, those products look like hoovers.
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Jonathan replied on Fri, Aug 21 2015 12:47 AM

BeoBoy68:
For your information:

 

 

Devialet Phantom support 24 speakers together. Big SmileYes - thumbs up

 

 

Stop advertising your dodgy speakers in posts

 

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Martin replied on Fri, Aug 21 2015 5:03 AM

If it uses aptx then does the stereomode work with Apple products?

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Martin replied on Fri, Aug 21 2015 5:03 AM

If it uses aptx then does the stereomode work with Apple products?

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