Why?Our party speakers are great on their own but sometimes you will find yourself wanting to connect another speaker to enhance your setup. Weather you are a DJ or just a casual partier, this a great way to get the most out of your party speaker. Let’s talk about how one can do this with one our party speakers.
First it is important to note that this can only be achieved if one of the two speakers that you are trying to connect together has an auxiliary output jack (AUX OUT). You can view a list of our party speakers that have an auxiliary output jack here.
What you will need:
- A speaker with an auxiliary output jack (main speaker)
- A secondary speaker with an auxiliary input jack (secondary speaker)
- An audio cable that matches the input and output jacks of the respective speakers. More information about this below.
How to set it all up
First set up your two speakers to the positions that you desire them to be in. Then plug in your main speaker to the wall and turn it on. If your secondary speaker has a power cable, then plug that one in as well and make sure that the volume is low.
When you have your speakers set up to their desired positions then you will need to connect them together using an audio cable. To find the correct cable that you will need, note the distance between your two speakers and the type of audio input jack that your secondary speaker has.
If your secondary speaker has an RCA input jack (white and red), then you will need to purchase an RCA cable of the desired length. Here is a 15 foot RCA cable that is sold on Walmart.com.
If your secondary speaker has a 3.5mm input jack then you will need to purchase an RCA to 3.5mm Cable of the desired length. Here is a 6 foot RCA to 3.5mm Cable sold in our store.
If your secondary speaker has an input jack that is not listed above then you will need to search for “RCA to [jack type] cable” in google or your favorite online marketplace.
Once you have the correct cable and your two speakers are powered and connected together, then you can begin to play your music through both speakers at the same time. If your secondary speaker is powered (connects to the wall) then you should begin with the volume low on both speakers and the slowly increase the volume on each speaker to your liking.
If any of your two speakers happen to have a spare output jack, you can repeat this process for a 3rd or more speakers. You can add as many as you want providing each speaker that you add has an extra output jack.