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Chris Townsend
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Chris Townsend posted on Mon, Dec 31 2018 6:40 PM
Am I right in thinking there are Beoplay speakers that can play what’s on my Eclipse. Ie I’m watching tv and I wander into the kitchen, can the speakers pick up what’s on the Tv as a group etc?

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1990 replied on Mon, Dec 31 2018 7:07 PM

Yes! All multiroom-enabled speakers (A6 / A9 Mk2+3 / M3 / M5) can achieve that. And the BeoSound 1 / 2 / 35 / Shape / Moment / Essence / Core) too.

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Stan replied on Mon, Dec 31 2018 9:34 PM
There is a slight delay between the eclipse and the NL speakers. Not a big deal if the speakers are in a different room, but annoying if you hear both eclipse and speakers at the same time.
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That sounds a bit rubbish if I’m having a party, and I want music streamed through the house. I’ll have to pop in and check. 

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andy_js replied on Mon, Dec 31 2018 10:17 PM
There will be no delay for music, only for live television broadcasts.
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It's all in sync with music

I use this feature a lot, both for music and television.
Aussie Michael
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You have to change the msec delay in the app and it should be in sync.
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