Obviously two adapters of the same stack don't seem to be working (aka multiple Generic Bluetooth Radios/Adapters won't work), but I can't find any information online that confirms that different bluetooth stacks may work.
Is there any confirmation that this is the case? If so, what stacks work best together? I planned on getting a Asus bluetooth adapter to test, but wouldn't mind any verification first. Wouldn't mind a third adapter either, but again, not familiar with the brands. I've ended up getting one with a proprietary bluetooth stack once before (BlueCore)..
Also if it does work - do they have to be completely out of interference range? Or are devices smart enough to connect to the 'closest' adapter? I plan to run 1 over WAN in a completely different location, but if it does work I wouldnt mind 'extending' the range to both my PC and TV. Currently only my TV gets bluetooth signal.