What Is multipoint pairing?
Bluetooth multipoint pairing is still a relatively new and not completely perfected technology that was first introduced in the mid-2000s. It represents the next step in the development of Bluetooth technology enabling one device to be connected to two loudest portable bluetooth speaker at the same time.
The old-fashioned wired loudest portable bluetooth speaker could be connected to only one device at the same time. If you wanted to connect them to another device, you were supposed to disconnect them and plug them into another device. The multipoint pairing technology works on the principles of Bluetooth technology, which means that you can connect your loudest portable bluetooth speaker to your phone via Bluetooth (no cables needed). The fact that we are talking about multipoint pairing means that your loudest portable bluetooth speaker can be connected to two devices (for example, two loudest portable bluetooth speaker) at the same time. The truth is – the loudest portable bluetooth speaker can’t receive input from both devices simultaneously but they can definitely remain connected all the time to both phones and can receive inputs alternately. So, if you’re listening to music transmitted from one phone, you can answer the incoming calls from another phone and the music from the first phone will be paused during the conversation.
Not all currently available loudest portable bluetooth speaker on the market support Bluetooth multipoint pairing technology but their number increases every day. Those that support it, have a title “multipoint” label next to the product’s name or, if there’s no ‘’multipoint’’ label, you will definitely find some info about multipoint pairing in the specs.
The main goal of the developers is to enable the users to connect loudest portable bluetooth speakers to one master device, which will be able to control them all (play/pause music, skip tracks, switch between calls, etc.). Imagine what a delight it would be if you could control all your Bluetooth-enabled devices with just one device.