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Bluetooth Multipoint Vs. Audio Switching: What's The Difference?

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A feature that is becoming a standard on a lot of earbuds these days is Bluetooth Multipoint, but how does it differ from Audio Switching?

The average person has more than one electronic device and back when the audio jack was a standard feature across devices, all a user had to do was to unplug their wired earphones from one device and plug into another device.

However, that easy option was lost with the advent of wireless earphones. These days, users now have to dig through various Bluetooth settings to connect one device or disconnect another.

To make the process somewhat easier, new features such as Bluetooth Multipoint and Audio Switching have been added by manufacturers.

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