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This allows you to play music on all (or some) of your Amazon Alexa speakers simultaneously



Want to listen to your music from Amazon Music, Pandora or Spotify throughout your home? If you have Amazon Echo devices in multiple rooms, just ask Alexa, though you'll need to adjust some settings first.

In fact, after some basic steps, you can ask Alexa to play music or podcasts Some or all of your Alexa-enabled speakers. You can also set a "preferred" speaker or group of speakers, depending on which rooms you use most often for listening to music. More on that later.

The trick is to create one or more speaker groups. With the Alexa mobile app, you can choose which Alexa speakers (including echo devices and third-party Alexa-enabled speakers like Sonos One or Polk Command Bar) to use in a particular speaker group.

For example, you can create a group named "Anywhere" that contains all Alexa-enabled speakers in your home. You can also create "Top" and "Bottom" speaker groups as well as "Bedroom Suite" and "Kitchen / Dining Room" groups. Be creative and keep in mind that a single speaker can belong to multiple speaker groups.

How to Create an Alexa Speaker Group

Launch the Alexa Mobile app by tapping the menu button in the top corner of the screen Tap Settings> Device Settings tap Add to the plus sign and then to Music Speaker for Multiple Rooms> Next .

Next, choose a name for your A new speaker group, ideally something that is easy to say and heard for Alexa. A good speaker group for starters could be "Anywhere" for any Alexa-enabled speaker in your home. Tap Next as soon as you have selected a name.

  Amazon Alexa speaker group settings Ben Patterson / IDG

After selecting a name for your new Alexa speaker group, you can choose which Alexa-enabled speakers to use. You want to connect to the group become.

Now is the time to pick the speakers you want added to your new speaker group. The next screen displays a list of compatible Alexa speakers. (Note: The list does not include Bluetooth speakers that are paired with your Echo devices.) Since we are creating an "Everywhere" speaker group, tap each speaker in the list. You can later create another group at any time (for example, Top or Kitchen) and, if you wish, add one or more speakers that are already assigned to your Everywhere group.

After selecting Speaker for, tap Done in your new speaker group. It takes about a minute for Alexa to create the new multiroom speaker group and notify you when she's ready.


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