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Is it possible to pair two Bluetooth headsets to one iPhone?

Asked by fizzbanger (2762 points ) November 23rd, 2011

It detects both headsets, but will only connect to one at a time. I’m trying to get it to stream music to both of them simultaneously. Is there some kind of hack or app for this, or am I out of luck?

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XOIIO's avatar

No, not even with jailbroken ones. You can’t connect to two wireless networks att he same time, it’s the same principle. You could get two bluetooth transmitters and a jack splitter.

fizzbanger's avatar

@XOIIO Thanks! That’s all I needed to know.

jerv's avatar

Personally, I find stereo bluetooth headphones to be easier, though they tend to run $100+.

XOIIO's avatar

@jerv Oh, maybe that is what they are trying to do. I absolutely love (and am wearing right now) a pair of the Rocketfish steroe bluetooth headphones (RFMAB2), they are outstanding, and sound better than the beats by dre headphones soemone at school had, and they realyl pump out the bass.

I got them for $90, with a 3 year warranty and a can of coke XD

fizzbanger's avatar

@jerv I bought two pairs of these for running. They’re not bad, for the price.

jerv's avatar

@fizzbanger Sadly, I am quite particular about my headphones. They must be able to reproduce bass to 15Hz, and treble to 18kHz at a minimum with even response in between. (I used to require 20kHz, but my high-range hearing is starting to go in my old age.) Also, they have to be able to handle house/trance at high volume without blowing; I’ve blown a few cheap sets in under an hour that way.

@XOIIO I will have to look into those.

XOIIO's avatar

@jerv One wierd thing (might just be if you sweat on them), the rubber pads for on top your ear expand by life, several milimetres, and I have to cut and re-glue them occasionally, but it might just be me. Also, don’t use the buttons in -20 celcius or below, they seem to break when it’s really cold.

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