If you want to get Alexa to play on multiple speakers at the same time, there are a few things you need to do. First, you need to have each speaker set up in its own individual room. Once you have done that, you need to go into the Alexa app and create a group for all of the speakers.
Once you have created the group, you can then tell Alexa to play music on all of the speakers at the same time.
- Go to your Amazon Alexa app and open the left navigation panel
- Select the “Music, Podcasts, & More” option
- Select the “Link New Service” option
- Search for and select the “Spotify” music streaming service
- Enter your Spotify account credentials and sign in
- Once you’re signed in, select the devices you want to play Spotify on and tap “Done
How Do You Play Alexa on Multiple Speakers at the Same Time?
Assuming you would like tips on how to play audio through multiple Amazon Echo devices at the same time, here are a few methods:
If you have two or more Amazon Echos in your home, you can use them as intercoms. To do this, open the Alexa app and go to Settings.
Select Devices and then click on the Echo device you want to use as an intercom. Scroll down to the Device Settings section and toggle the switch for Drop In. Now, whenever you want to start an impromptu conversation with someone in your home who also has an Echo device, just say “Alexa, drop in on [name of person].”
The recipient’s Echo will ring until they answer or decline the call. You can also do this by saying “Alexa, announce that [message].” You can also create speaker groups so that music plays through all of your Echo devices at once.
To do this, open the Alexa app and go to Settings. Select Devices and then click on the + icon in the top right corner. Select Add Group and give your group a name (e.g., “Downstairs”).
Then select which Echo devices you want to include in the group and tap Save. Now when you ask Alexa to play music, she’ll stream it through all of the speakers in that group simultaneously.
How Do I Get Alexa to Play on All Speakers?
If you have an Amazon Echo, Dot, or Tap, you can use multi-room music to play Amazon Music Unlimited, Spotify, Pandora, iHeartRadio, and TuneIn on multiple Echo devices at the same time. You can also play audio files from your Windows PC or Mac. Here’s how to set up multi-room music:
1. Make sure your Echo devices are registered to the same Amazon account. 2. Open the Alexa app on your mobile device and go to the Devices tab. 3. Select the speaker you want to play music from and tap the Device Settings icon .
4. Turn on Multi-Room Music and then tap Continue. 5. Select the group name for your speakers and then tap Save Changes.
Can Alexa Play on Two Speakers at Once?
Yes, Alexa can play on two speakers at once. You can either link two Echo devices together or connect an Echo device to a speaker via Bluetooth. To link two Echo devices together, open the Alexa app and go to Settings > Devices.
Select the first device you want to use and tap Link with another device. Choose the second device from the list and tap Done. Now both devices will play audio from your Alexa requests.
To connect an Echo device to a speaker via Bluetooth, open the Alexa app and go to Settings > Devices. Select the Echo device you want to use and tap Bluetooth Devices.
Amazon Echo multi room setup: How to group devices for music
Alexa Multi Room Commands
If you want to control multiple Echo devices at the same time, you need to use Alexa multi-room commands. With these commands, you can play music on all your Echo devices at the same time, set alarms and timers, and more.
Here’s how to use Alexa multi-room commands:
To start, say “Alexa, play [name of song or artist]” on one of your Echo devices. On the other Echo devices in the room, you’ll see a blue light ring and hear a chime. Then, say “Alexa volume 5” to adjust the volume on all your Echo devices simultaneously.
You can also group multiple Echo devices together so that you can control them with just one voice command. To do this: 1) Open the Amazon Alexa app on your mobile device.
2) Tap the Devices icon in the bottom right corner of the screen. 3) Tap All Devices at the top of the screen. 4) Select the echo devices you want to group together and tap Group under Device Settings in each device card
5) Enter a name for your group (e.g., Living Room). 6) Tap Save .
If you have multiple Amazon Echo devices in your home, you can use them together to play music on multiple speakers. This can be done by creating a speaker group in the Alexa app. Once you’ve created a speaker group, you can ask Alexa to play music on that group of speakers.