Let me paint a picture for you. You're on a long flight home, and while listening to music on your Samsung Galaxy S10, a great song sounds. You want your friend to hear it too and listen to music with a Bluetooth headset. Dual Audio makes sharing your experience easy.
Dual Audio is a Samsung-specific feature. Unlike previous reports, this was not included in the Bluetooth 5 standard. But Samsung has incorporated this feature into every flagship device it has produced since the Galaxy S8. In the simplest case, your phone can output audio on two different Bluetooth devices at the same time.
Whether you want to share a great song or stream audio to two separate speakers spread out over your house, your phone has it all covered. And the best part is that the peripherals do not even need Bluetooth 5.
Enable Dual Audio
To enable Dual Audio, go to the Settings main menu of your Galaxy, select Connections, then Bluetooth. Select "Advanced" in the upper right corner and check the box next to "Dual Audio."
After activation, simply connect your phone to two different Bluetooth devices, making it as easy as pairing the first device, just go to the Bluetooth menu in Settings and select the second device (assuming it is in pairing mode.) Once connected, you can play a media file with audio and it will now be output on both connected devices.
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