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I don't think you can change the name. But I think (just think) the underlying tech in Bluetooth mean they'll have their own ID underneath; so I think you can pair them separately but they'd appear as the same name and not sure you'd be able to distinguish them.
I can't say for sure though

By iZian on 01 May 2015
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Hi, I have linked this device to two different laptops, an iPad and an Android phone and they all found each other OK. Mainly I use it with one of my laptops. When not in use, I power off both laptop and Bluetooth received. When I power them back up, I always use the laptop first then when I power up the Bluetooth devi… see more Hi, I have linked this device to two different laptops, an iPad and an Android phone and they all found each other OK. Mainly I use it with one of my laptops. When not in use, I power off both laptop and Bluetooth received. When I power them back up, I always use the laptop first then when I power up the Bluetooth device it makes the connection automatically. The only issue I have is that I often have to change the speakers in use by the laptop as it resets the default to be the onboard speakers, but that is probably more to do with the laptop and my configuration. The Bluetooth device seems to work perfectly well and indeed I am listening to music on my stereo speakers that is playing from a web site on my laptop and linking via the Bluetooth device. I had a previous device from a different supplier that didn't really work well at all so I am very pleased with this receiver. Hope this helps anybody reading. see less Hi, I have linked this device to two different laptops, an iPad and an Android phone and they all found each other OK. Mainly I use it with one of my laptops. When not in use, I power off both laptop and Bluetooth received. When I power them back up, I always use the laptop first then when I power up the Bluetooth device it makes the connection automatically. The only issue I have is that I often have to change the speakers in use by the laptop as it resets the default to be the onboard speakers, but that is probably more to do with the laptop and my configuration. The Bluetooth device seems to work perfectly well and indeed I am listening to music on my stereo speakers that is playing from a web site on my laptop and linking via the Bluetooth device. I had a previous device from a different supplier that didn't really work well at all so I am very pleased with this receiver. Hope this helps anybody reading.
By glyn on 22 September 2014
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Sorry Martin I had same problem, upgraded to Windows 10 with same result. My IPad is the only device that I have got to work,and it works well, with this product.
By K WATSON on 11 November 2015
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I don't think so. I believe you need to connect to the amplifier that the speakers are connected to. I don't think you can connect directly to the speakers.
By Regolith on 03 October 2015
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Yes, but you will miss part due to time taken to connect.
By glentana on 20 August 2015
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Don't see why not. The Amazon Basics is just a bluetooth interface. If the Amazon echo can be linked to another bluetooth device, like a bluetooth subwoofer for more bass or a bluetooth home stereo for a bigger sound, then whatever you've attached the audio leads of the Basics should carry the signal.
By AlanDocherty on 09 January 2017
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Have you pressed the reset button at the back of the Amazon Bluetooth box?
By L J PHILLIPS on 29 June 2017
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Depends on how good your ears are, nowadays I can't tell the difference between mp3 and wav files and my ears WERE my living. There used to be an argument about the thickness of loudspeaker wires and sound quality but no one ever came up with a definitive answer so I think the answer is you pays your money....
By diogenes on 20 August 2015