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    Can anyone tell me and point at specs or reference document that says if either Live Buds or True Buds can connect to at least 2 devices at the same time?

    It's common nowadays but no online documentation on these products I could find mention it.

    Should I conclude it's just not possible?

    Many thanks


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    • YannickGaultier
      PedroRodrigues Hi YannickGaultier I will gladly answer your question but please consider that this is the Behringer page and for Tannoy related product you should post on the Tannoy page.
      Please consider that the Tannoy LIFE BUDS where designed to operate with models that support HSP / HFP / A2DP / AVRCP and these profiles and protocols in this case can only operate when singularly connected to the Tannoy LIFE BUDS not allowing multiple models be connected at the same time.
      • Mar 27
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    I have a Behringer  audio interface with a headphone socket ,can I use a wireless transmitter , plugging in to my device and connect to wireless headphones.  Any recommendations please?

    I amusing my device to use Jam Kazam for band rehearsals. So latency is a big factor. 

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    • Pkneesh
      DavidKnighton Hello Paul,
      Most wireless IEM (in ear monitor) transmitters that I've seen on the market take line level output. Only consumer grade wireless headphones that run on bluetooth use the stereo headphone output. If using Jam Kazam, professional wireless headphones are going to introduce some latency, so they would be ok to use, but not bluetooth. I would suggest taking a look at Shure PSM 300. You can find cheaper IEM sets, but Shure and Sennheiser are the leading industry standards for live sound.
      • Jan 8