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I don't know if you can do that, but there is no point in doing it even if you could. You pair and connect EITHER the speaker OR the headset. to a Bluetooth-enabled AUDIO SOURCE such as a phone, tablet, iPad, iPod, etc. The speaker and the headset each act as AUDIO RECEIVERS for those audio sources. What is the point of pairing/connecting two audio receivers ?
Go to your Bluetooth settings, go to the "Audio/Video" tab, under the "Content Protection" section uncheck the "Connect to content protection enabled headset only" and your bluetooth speaker(s) should now work.