Re: Multiple simultaneous audio streams?

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On Mon, Nov 03, 2008, deker wrote:
>  I am working on a project where it would be desirable to have audio 
> streams going to more than one SCO audio device at a time. My quick test 
> today of playing a WAV file with mplayer to two different devices didn't 
> work and bluetoothd was reporting "connection refused" when I tried to 
> get the second stream going. Once the first playback finished, I was 
> able to then play to the second device.
> So, I suppose m question is if BlueZ supports audio to multiple SCO 
> devices at the same time? If not, what might be involved in making it work?

If you're using BlueZ 4.17 or later you'll need to add something like
to the [Headset] section in /etc/bluetooth/audio.conf to be able to
create a service level connection to more than 1 device.


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