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Ultimate Ears’ PartyUp feature will pair 50 Bluetooth speakers at once

The new Google Home might be the fanciest, smartest speaker on the block, but can you connect 50 of them at the same time to create a veritable wall of noise?

Well Ultimate Ears brand has just announced a firmware update for for its Boom, Boom 2 and Megaboom Bluetooth speakers, which’ll do just that.

Thanks to the new PartyUp OTA update, more than 50 of the manufacturer’s speakers to be paired to a single source.

Related: UE Boom 2 review
Provided all of the speakers are running the firmware and are within range the UE App can be used to drag and drop nearby speakers to enable the pairing.

The music will then be played in sync with all of the others in attendance.

UE’s video shows them being deployed at some horrendous-looking underground rave, but perhaps you can think of a better use?

Will enough people you know ever own enough Ultimate Ears speakers to make this a possibility? Share your comments below.

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