The question of more than one BT source at a time is going to be no unless there are mulitple BT audio receivers going to some mixer and then to the amplifier for the speaker.
Some ask why such functionality wasn't baked into BT but then that's a discussion about cost and legacy designs. BT is that old!
I apologize in advance if this is a dumb question. I've been out of contact for a while, and kinda lost track of how all this wireless and bluetooth stuff works.
I got two different bluetooth speakers for Christmas, and I was kind of hoping to use them to replace my old speakers that I've been using for a while. The issue is: the speakers can only connect to 1 device at a time, and there are about 4 devices that I would like to be able to use. I know I can disconnect one in order to connect another, but I'd rather not have to search through my computers settings to disconnect it in order to make a hands free phone call.
So my question is: Is there any way to connect multiple devices to these speakers? I am thinking maybe some kind of a "hub" that can connect to the speakers, with multiple devices connecting to the "hub" for instance.
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.