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Are there any bluetooth speakers that will allow you to connect multiple speakers?

I'm looking for something like these: http://www.samsclub.com/sams/40w-ind...rod17690030.ip I bought a pair of them from Sam's Club and they say you can connect up to 8 speakers. They're awesome, but for some reason, they were discontinued before they ever hit the stores.
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I'm looking for something like these: http://www.samsclub.com/sams/40w-ind...rod17690030.ip I bought a pair of them from Sam's Club and they say you can connect up to 8 speakers. They're awesome, but for some reason, they were discontinued before they ever hit the stores.
Looks like you can still get them on Amazon, along with other models that look compatible.

http://www.amazon.com/Monster-Wirele.../dp/B0106HXV52
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I was looking for such a solution as well for my wife's salon. I ended up just getting a bunch of chromecast audios, and hooking them up to 2.1 pc speakers (swan m10, beautiful and good sounding budget speakers), and putting one in each room. Set them all up on the same wifi network, create a group that includes all of them, and you can stream pandora or anything else too all of them with a simple click.
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Look into the UE(Ultimate Ears) line of bluetooth speakers. If you buy the same model such as the BOOM2 or MEGABOOM you can connect up to 150 of them!
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JBL portable bluetooth speakers let you connect multiple speakers together. The new models coming out with Connect+ let you connect over 100 speakers to the same source.

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