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    With Google translate installed, my phone can conveniently serve as a real-time voice-to-voice translation tool. In normal operation, one or two people would both speak into the phone speaker and the phone then translates the voice input into the target language.

    I would like to implement the above functionality with two people (speaking two different languages) speaking into separate microphones, both microphones being bluetooth paired to the phone. However, I'm not sure whether it's possible to have two separate microphones both paired to the same phone input mike at the same time. So far, all the bluetooth enabled devices I've seen have separate bluetooth IDs.

    Same question appears to apply to the output-speaker side.

    Any input appreciated.
    07-28-2017 12:39 AM

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