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How to connect 2 Stereo speakers to Bluetooth?

I have 2 sets Cyber Acoustics CA-3602 speakers. They each have a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Also, they each will be connected to different power outlets. I want to wireless connect both of these speakers to my iPod touch via Bluetooth so they play the same audio coming from my iPod. I was thinking I need something like this to make my Stereo Speakers Bluetooth compatible: HomeSpot NFC-enabled Bluetooth Audio Receiver for Sound System. This only has one 3.5 mm headphone jack. Is it possible I could plug a splitter into the Bluetooth receiver so that it has two jacks, which I can plug into each speaker system? Or would I need a mixer? Sorry, I am not very savvy when it comes to audio. Would this setup work? If not, how could I fix this? If you don't understand the setup, I'd be glad to explain it better if needed. Thanks, in advance for your help.

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You got 2 sound systems,

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why not 2 NFC? They are not that expensive from what I can see (under 30 bucks).

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Not sure if I understand

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I'm not quite sure I understand. My ipod doesn't have NFC. How would this work?

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If I understand how this setup work,

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it's the NFC box that make the speaker wireless, so each "speakers system" should have it's own. Your BT music player is wireless connecting to the NFC. Am I correct or not? We may do the splitter thing..but I don't think that's what you are after if I read you correctly.

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I think you should be fine.

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