I've got two Bose Soundtouch 10 paired standing on my desk pretty close to each other. When I start playing music on one device there are no problems with the playback.
However, as soon as I pair them for stereo sound, one of them will randomly stop playing while the other one continues playing.
The speaker that stopped playing will start playing again after a while, but this happens way too often. It really affects my music experience.
Are there any solutions to this problems? Both speakers are always updated asap but the updates didn't affect anything.
Dec 5, 2016
Thanks for the post, and welcome to the community!
Could you take a look in the SoundTouch app and check the RSSI value for both of your speakers? You can do this by going to Settings>About, then selecting each individual speaker.
Let us know so we can get this resolved for you.
Brandon - Community Support
Thank you for getting back to us with the details.
How far is your router from the systems since signal strengths are at "Poor"? Is there anyway you can move the systems within 5-10 feet of the router and test stereo pairing?
Let us know the results.
My Speakers are approximately 10 meters away from the router and there's a wall inbetween. Sadly, I can't put them any closer than that.
Thank you for the response. 10 meters is quite a distance between your systems and the router. This could be why the audio is breaking up. If you have the ability to move them and test to see if the issue is resolved with improved signal strength, it would tell us you would need to improve the WiFi signal in that area.