The kick is just that... a kick. In an effort to get more volume and more separation I am wondering if it is possible to use 2 kicks at the same time? I can wire a splitter so that both channels going to line in on one kick are the left channels, and both channels going to line in on the other kick are the right channels. I am using this (or these) for a computer and so the bluetooth aspect is not an issue. Ohms should not be an issue because each kick has it's own amp already running 2 speakers. Any reason this shouldn't work?
Steve, thank you for being a Soundfreaq customer, and audio separation is a common question we receive. As you now, a Y-splitter audio cable as you described will certainly do the job in connecting two speakers to one source. However, we advise against this as it will lower the volume output.
As you already know, Bluetooth technology does not allow you to connect more than one speaker to one source. However, we'd like to introduce our newest model, the SFQ-06 Sound Platform 2, which has the capabilities for audio separation for up to two units. Both units must be SFQ-06 to achieve dual Bluetooth streaming. More information can be found here: http://www.ilounge.com/index.php/news/comments/soundfreaq-debuts-sound-platform-2-lightning-speakers/
Hope that helps, and please let us know if you have any other questions. If you do end up connecting to two Sound Kick speakers via the splitter, please let us know how you find the sound quality.
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