What is the Dual Audio feature?
The Dual Audio feature lets you play music or other sounds from your phone or tablet to two connected bluetooth devices.
The Dual Audio feature is limited to certain devices with Bluetooth 5.0 - this is a hardware limitation, unfortunately there is no way to upgrade another device to enable dual audio. The following is a list of devices ranged in Australia that support the Dual Audio function:
- Galaxy Z Flip
- Galaxy S20, S20+ & S20 Ultra
- Galaxy Note10/10+/ Note10+ 5G
- Tab S6
- Galaxy S10e, S10 & 10+
- Galaxy Note9
- Galaxy S9 & S9+
- Galaxy Tab S4
- Galaxy Note8
- Galaxy S8 & S8+
For Galaxy devices operating on Android OS Version 10.0 (Q) check out our guide Setting up Dual Audio on Android 10.0.
Note: Maximum of 2 devices is supported to play an audio file simultaneously.
Bluetooth accessories can have different sound play time. It's not recommended to use two bluetooth speakers simultaneously.
Follow the steps below to setup the Dual Audio feature:
Please Note: The following steps assume you already have enabled Bluetooth on your Galaxy device and a Bluetooth audio device is connected. See our page on How to pair my mobile device with a Bluetooth device if you need help getting a bluetooth speaker or headset connected.
Thank you for your feedback!
Did not find what you're looking for? We're here to help.
1300 362 603
8am-8pm / Monday to Friday
For general enquires and technical support relating to all Samsung products : CLICK HERE
For all Printer related inquiries, please click here
or visit https://www.support.hp.com
Please click here
to view the latest news regarding the Samsung sale of Printer business to HP.
Search for the nearest Samsung Service Centre's in your area.