Bluetooth connection question

If a bluetooth speaker has a hardwire input then you are not using the bluetooth function and you can split the wire output for different speakers.
http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-F8Z359tt06INCHP-Adapter-Headphone-Splitter/dp/B0047T79M2
If you want stereo however you would have to send one channel to each speaker. The input to a single speaker would be both the left and right channels so you would have to split the output into left and right instead of into two stereo outputs.
http://www.amazon.com/Hosa-YMM-261-Stereo-Breakout-Cable/dp/B000068O5H
Using different speaker in stereo is not recommended.
There are bluetooth transmitters that will allow you to pair two speakers at the same time but not for left and right.
http://www.avantree.com/product-bluetooth-audio-transmitter-avantree-priva-1045.html
 
If a bluetooth speaker has a hardwire input then you are not using the bluetooth function and you can split the wire output for different speakers.
http://www.amazon.com/Belkin-F8Z359tt06INCHP-Adapter-Headphone-Splitter/dp/B0047T79M2
If you want stereo however you would have to send one channel to each speaker. The input to a single speaker would be both the left and right channels so you would have to split the output into left and right instead of into two stereo outputs.
http://www.amazon.com/Hosa-YMM-261-Stereo-Breakout-Cable/dp/B000068O5H
Using different speaker in stereo is not recommended.
There are bluetooth transmitters that will allow you to pair two speakers at the same time but not for left and right.
http://www.avantree.com/product-bluetooth-audio-transmitter-avantree-priva-1045.html
 
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