How can I connect two bluetooth speakers to my computer, using their audio jack inputs, to get stereo sound?

samraptor

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My question is in the title. I wan't one speaker to act as a left channel and the other to act as the right channel.

At the moment, when i play a sound clip from the left channel. BOTH speakers will play back the sound clip from both of their respective left speakers
and vice versa for right channel.

This is not what i want. I want one speaker to deal exclusively with the left channel and the other to deal exclusively with the right channel.
 

FastFerrar

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I found a solution!!

You might need to buy a few cables
You will need 3 RCA breakout cables. This converts 3.5mm to Dual RCA connectors. It splits it into left and right channels. Here it is: http://amzn.com/B00004Z5CP
Next you will need 2 RCA Y splitter. It just duplicates an RCA connection. Here that is: http://amzn.com/B00H4L6UO8

Now, you'll need to know what to do with them :D
First plug 1 breakout into your PC
You should now have 2 connections coming out of your PC. Plug the connections into 2 Y Splitters
Now you should have 4 open RCA connections available.

Get the other 2 breakout cables and plug them into the splitters
It should look like a tree!
Now you have 2x3.5mm connections coming out of your PC. To tell which is which side, look at the FIRST breakout cable coming out of your PC. The RED connector is right sound. White or black is left.

Hope this helped :D By the way, I'm doing this with my rig too. It'll be great for Call of Duty and games like such. Being able to hear where your enemy is, is great :p
 
Unless your speakers are specifically made as a stereo pair for BT there is no simple or sure solution.
It may be possible to split the audio output of the PC and use two different brands of BT transmitters (so each one can be paired to one speaker). You would have to make or modify some cables or the transmitter cables so each transmitter would get the left Or right channel to both inputs.
If the speakers have aux inputs it makes more sense to connect them that way. You don't need the BT transmitters this way but you still want to feed each speakers only left or right out of the PC to both stereo inputs of the speaker.
 

samraptor

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yes this is exactly what im trying to do, how do i do that?
 

FastFerrar

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I'm trying to do this too, just with aux speakers. UGH there is no solution. I already made a thread on this site. Any updates? I just started looking for an answer. Maybe you found one? That'd be great, thanks.
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FastFerrar

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I found a solution!!

You might need to buy a few cables
You will need 3 RCA breakout cables. This converts 3.5mm to Dual RCA connectors. It splits it into left and right channels. Here it is: http://amzn.com/B00004Z5CP
Next you will need 2 RCA Y splitter. It just duplicates an RCA connection. Here that is: http://amzn.com/B00H4L6UO8

Now, you'll need to know what to do with them :D
First plug 1 breakout into your PC
You should now have 2 connections coming out of your PC. Plug the connections into 2 Y Splitters
Now you should have 4 open RCA connections available.

Get the other 2 breakout cables and plug them into the splitters
It should look like a tree!
Now you have 2x3.5mm connections coming out of your PC. To tell which is which side, look at the FIRST breakout cable coming out of your PC. The RED connector is right sound. White or black is left.

Hope this helped :D By the way, I'm doing this with my rig too. It'll be great for Call of Duty and games like such. Being able to hear where your enemy is, is great :p
 
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