Wireless Sound System

Wireless Sound System Free App

Rated 4.50/5 (26) —  Free Android application by Motorola Mobility LLC.


About Wireless Sound System

Connect up to 4 Bluetooth® Speakers or Headphones of any brands!

Share the sound by connecting up to four Bluetooth® audio devices at the same time. Build your own stereo system without worrying about cables. Listen to a playlist across two sets of earphones while running with a friend. Immerse every corner of your condo in sound using multiple speakers. With Wireless Sound System, sound is all around.

l Listen to audio on up to 4 Bluetooth® devices in sync, or bring them together for a stereo setup.
l Use the calibration tool to get a synchronized output from all the connected speakers.
l Wireless Sound System overrides your phone’s Bluetooth®, so non-audio Bluetooth® devices will pause while it’s engaged.
l Play music from your phone or stream via Wi-Fi 5.0 GHz or 4G mobile networks for the best experience. You can only connect 1 Bluetooth speaker over Wi-Fi 2.4 GHz networks.

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How to Download / Install

Download and install Wireless Sound System version 01.01.0158 on your Android device!
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Android package: com.motorola.motosound, download Wireless Sound System.apk

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App History & Updates

What's Changed
Minor UI improvements
Bug Fixes and Stability Improvements

What are users saying about Wireless Sound System

by G####:

it's not synching up and not locating 2nd bluetooth. thanks for any resolutions

by Q####:

Too much delay between different speakers

by B####:

It's a nice concept. But it doesn't work with Bluetooth speaker of same model and keeps on disconnecting with first one when trying to connect with another one. Please look into the problem coz I have 4 same model of Bluetooth speaker. the model is AVG-F3.

by M####:

It's a really good app. It really is, I have been searching for a way to do this and it's finally here. However, there is a lot of work that needs to be done on here. First, calibration takes a long time to calibrate and I won't always have a quiet environment to do it. Another thing is that after like 10 minutes of using it, it isn't synched at all. The speakers would be at least 1.0 second apart after just 10 minutes of a 2 minute calibration. (or even 2 because the first one failed at its job) There is a lot of potential in this app, but it hasn't been met yet. It's still in working progress and I'm happy to be among the first to test out this super cool technology, but it's not quite met yet. If there's a way to keep the speakers in calibration and have calibration a breeze, then it will easily meet its expectations. Hope this review help the progress of this app's development. It's a brilliant idea and if it's successful, this will be as useful as a television remote!

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