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Is such an Android speaker app possible?

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Over the last year, I have built up a collection of 3 bluetooth wireless speakers of different makes and models. My question - is there an Android app out there that enables bluetooth audio streaming to 2 or more different speakers at once , and which splits the audio into 2 or more frequency bands , and streaming them separately to each speaker? Ideally, I would use a separate speaker for the low, mid and high frequencies.

I've searched on Google, but the closest thing I know of is an app designed specifically for the UE Boom speakers. This app enables 2 identical UE Boom speakers to be used as a stereo pair.

 

PS- any app developers out there that want to have a go at this?


Edited by dcfac73 - 12/27/13 at 12:04am
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Bluetooth multicasting is currently not supported by the Android system itself, so no app will be able to do what you mentioned.

Such a thing should be possible with WiFi Direct though. Here's a video of one Galaxy Note 2 multicasting a video to two other Galaxy Note 3s, while outputting the audio through the Samsung Bluetooth speaker behind the three phones.



The Group Play feature that was introduced with the Galaxy S4 supported the multicasting of music to multiple Galaxy S4s via WiFi Direct (Android 4.2.2), then video multicasting was introduced with the Note 3's 4.3 system.
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