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How to Connect a Nebula Projector to a Bluetooth Speaker?

How to Connect a Nebula Projector to a Bluetooth Speaker?

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You’ve purchased a Nebula projector, and you’re happy with it. And even though they come with built-in speakers, you want to connect them to your Bluetooth speaker. So, how do you connect a Nebula projector to a Bluetooth speaker?

The answer is simple. Navigate to your Nebula settings and locate your Bluetooth settings. From there, make sure to pair your projector to the appropriate speaker.

Although it sounds simple enough, we’re going to walk you through each step.

But first, we want to get a few common questions out of the way, like can you connect a Nebula projector to a Bluetooth speaker? Do Nebula projectors have Bluetooth? And how do you do it? Is it possible to pair two Bluetooth speakers to one nebula projector?

We’ll tackle all of these questions in the following paragraphs.

Do Nebula Projectors Have Bluetooth?

If you’re thinking about buying a Nebula projector and wonder if they have Bluetooth installed, you’re in luck because every Nebula projector comes with Bluetooth settings.

Nebula Mars II Pro 500 ANSI Lumen Portable Projector

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All of the Go Anywhere Series and the Around the Home Series come with Bluetooth technology. Regardless of which Nebula projector you purchase, it will have Bluetooth.

But now you might be wondering can you connect a Bluetooth speaker to a Nebula projector, and how does one do that?

We’ll tackle both of those questions next.

Can You Connect a Bluetooth Speaker to a Nebula Projector?

The Nebula line of projectors all run Android software. This allows Nebula to connect to Bluetooth speakers. So, if you’re wondering if you can connect a Bluetooth speaker to your Nebula projector, rest assured that you can.

Woman holding a smart phone beside a portable bluetooth speaker

Now that you know it’s possible to connect a Bluetooth speaker to a Nebula projector, the question then becomes, how do you do it.

Let’s tackle that question next.

How Do You Connect a Nebula Projector to a Bluetooth Speaker?

So you have a Nebula projector but need to pair it to an external speaker via Bluetooth, you’re wondering how to do it.

Bluetooth Speaker on Wood Floor

The great thing about Nebula is that they make things easy and intuitive.

There are two different ways to connect your Nebula projector to a Bluetooth device.

Connect via Bluetooth Speaker Mode Button

The first way to pair your device to a Bluetooth speaker is to locate the Bluetooth Speaker Mode button on your Nebula.

Next, press the button. And that’s it. You’ve now enabled Bluetooth Speaker mode.

Please make sure any Bluetooth devices are discoverable.

In the event, you want to use your iPhone as a Bluetooth speaker, head to Settings, Bluetooth, Devices and allow your iPhone to discover your Nebula Projector.

Man holding iPhone and turning on bluetooth signal

Now that your phone has discovered your Nebula projector click on it. Your iPhone will give you a paring code. Simply hit Pair, and you’re done.

Connect Using Your Settings

What if you can’t find the Bluetooth Speaker Mode button on your projector? Don’t worry. There’s a way around it.

The second way to connect your Nebula projector to a Bluetooth speaker is to find your Settings Menu.

Usually, it’s located at the far right of your projected screen, and it looks like a cog.

Navigate to the Settings cog. Once you’ve clicked on it, scroll down until you see the Bluetooth Speaker Mode option.

Your projector will then show you “Switching to Bluetooth Speaker mode” on the screen.

Your Nebula projector is now discoverable and can be paired to speakers or your smartphone.

If you’re pairing a Bluetooth speaker, please enable Bluetooth pairing mode, so it becomes discoverable and available as a device to choose.

Check out this video if you’re looking for a video representation of what we just described. 

How to switch to Bluetooth speaker mode

Now that we know you can connect a Bluetooth speaker to our Nebula projector, the next question becomes, can you connect two Bluetooth speakers simultaneously?

Let’s find out.

Is It Possible to Connect a Nebula Projector to Two Bluetooth Speakers at the Same Time?

Connecting multiple Bluetooth devices to one primary product seems impossible, but what if I told you it isn’t.

Although it’s a little more complicated than you imagine, connecting your Nebula projector to two Bluetooth speakers is doable.

Connect From Your Smartphone

Depending on the smartphone you own, you’ll have access to using two Bluetooth speakers simultaneously. And now that we know we can use our smartphone as a Bluetooth speaker, we can take the next step and connect another Bluetooth device for better sound.

The settings might look different if you’re running Android 10, but the process is the same.

First, ensure that both your Bluetooth speakers are on and pairable.

Next, select each speaker—one at a time.

If prompted, click on Media. But if you’re not prompted, head to your Media menu on your phone and select your speakers.

Here is a video, just in case.

How to connect 2 bluetooth speakers with Samsung Android 10 (Dual Audio)

Use a Bluetooth Receiver

You tried connecting two Bluetooth speakers with your smartphone, and it didn’t work. Perhaps your smartphone doesn’t allow multiple speakers at the same time. What next?

You can still connect two Bluetooth speakers to your Nebula device, but now you have to work around it, which means it gets a tad more complicated.

Here is a list of what you’ll need:

1) Your smartphone,

2) Both of your Bluetooth speakers,

3) A Bluetooth receiver ,

4) A two to five-way splitter. 

Bluetooth 5.0 Transmitter and Receiver

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Here’s how we’ll connect it all.

First, turn on your Bluetooth receiver. Now, use your smartphone to connect to it.

The Bluetooth receiver will plug into your two-way splitter. From here, connect your Bluetooth speakers to your splitter via aux cables.

Turn on both of your Bluetooth speakers, and that’s it.

Your Bluetooth receiver takes all the Bluetooth devices and turns them into one signal that you can control from your smartphone.

It might sound more complicated than it is, so here is an easy-to-follow video.

How to Connect Multiple Bluetooth Speakers to One Device (Android or Apple iOS)

Your Nebula Projector Connected

Nebula projectors are fantastic, and now that we know we can connect them to Bluetooth speakers, it makes them better than we imagined.

We also learned to connect multiple Bluetooth speakers to your Nebula device using your smartphone and a Bluetooth receiver. 

So enjoy your projector and its new crisp sound.

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