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Hey, I have a bluetooth "headset" (it's more like a speaker with a microphone on it, but it registers as a headset) and I want to play music through it. I also want to play the same music through the "normal" speakers on the laptop. Is this possible?

If so, is it possible to play two different streams on each speaker? Say if I wanted to DJ a party or something, I'd want to hear the upcoming song and mix it before sending it live.

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On point #1: superuser.com/questions/27878/… –  Sathya May 30 '10 at 7:31

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"headset" (it's more like a speaker with a microphone on it, but it registers as a headset) and I want to play music through it.to play music through it.

I'm guessing the headset doesn't support A2DP profile ? In this case,its not possible to play music on your headset.

is it possible to play two different streams on each speaker? Say if I wanted to DJ a party or something, I'd want to hear the upcoming song and mix it before sending it live.it before sending it live.

I'm not completely certain but I don't think this is possible either. I have a stereo bluetooth headset, and the sound is always redirected to one source, either the headset or the laptop speakers, never both.

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No, I can play music on it currently, but I want to be able to play it on the headset and the normal speakers at the same time. –  Christian Mann May 31 '10 at 16:25

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