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    Hi guys, I’m a begginer in all of this but I was thinking about something regarding bluetooth. I have more than one bluetooth speaker and I would like to be able to synch them both, but they are not from the same brand and I havent foundpftware that allows this. I was wondering if it was possible to use a raspberry pi as a relay, that way I would send data from my phone only to the raspberry pi who would then send it to the other devices. From the bit of research I did the limitations are set by the manufacturer that allows some devices (like phones) to be connacted only to 1 device at a time via bluetooth.

    So what do you guys think? Is this a feasible project or is it simply impossible due to how the bluetooth protocol works?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Kostis00

    Lets begin…

    1) The limitation is not vendor based but protocol based. Which means depending on the version of bluetooth your phone has there is a linit on the amount of devices. I have the Galaxy Tab S7+ and I had a logitech mouse, a coolermaster keyboard and sony headphones on the same bluetooth and all worked like a charm.

    2) The idea sounds feasible but there will be a lag between the phone and speakers since yiu are essenstially addibg a relay (which might not matter since both speaker sets will work in parallel).

    3) I have no idea what version of bluetooth a rasbpi has. Look into the various bluetooth versionsnand their limitations for starters.

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