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How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa


If you have more than one Alexa speaker, you can link them all together into a single group so that music can be played on each of them at the same time. This is done by saying “Alexa, play music on all of my speakers at the same time.” Because of this built-in capacity, you will be able to stereo pair your speakers, which will result in an improvement in the quality of the sound. You also have the option of installing Alexa speakers in a number of different rooms across your house to play music throughout the entire space. Following the steps in this guide will teach you how to use Alexa to set up music playback in many rooms. So let’s get started:

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How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

Launch the Alexa app and select Devices from the menu to set up music to play in multiple rooms. After that, pick Combine Speakers > Multi-room music by tapping the plus sign icon that appears next to it. In the final step, select the devices you want to synchronize, give your speaker group a name, and then press Save.

1. Launch the Alexa application on your mobile device. You can download the Alexa app from either the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store if you do not already have it on your device.

2. Next, select the Devices tab. You should be able to find this icon in the shape of a house in the lower-right hand corner of your screen.

How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

3. Tap the + sign icon that appears next. This information will appear in the upper-right hand corner of your screen.

How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

4. After that, select the Combine Speakers option. This information will be presented to you in the pop-up menu that appears at the bottom of your screen.

How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

5. Next, select music for many rooms. You may also scroll down and select Home theatre to pair your Alexa speakers with your smart TV. This can be done by following these steps. Alternately, if you want to split your speakers into left and right audio channels or add a subwoofer, you can select the Stereo pair / subwoofer option from the drop-down  menu.

How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

6. Then touch the Next button after selecting the devices that you wish to join together. After you choose a speaker, a checkbox will appear to the right of it, and that speaker will be added to the multi-room music group.

How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

7. Tap the Next button after settling on a name for the organization or coming up with your own. Scrolling all the way to the bottom of the list will allow you to create a unique name for the account.

How to Setup Multi Room Music on Alexa

8. Tap the Devices option within the Alexa app if you want to change or remove a speaker group for several rooms. After that, scroll down until you reach the bottom of the page, and choose the speaker group that you want. Tap Edit to add or remove speakers, Unpair to remove all of the speakers, and Audio Sync Problems to address issues with audio synchronization. These options are available from this screen.

Although you are able to add an Alexa speaker to many groups, you are only able to play music from a single speaker group at a time. Because Bluetooth is unable to provide multi-room music, you will need to use a 3.5mm audio cord to connect your Alexa speakers to other types of speakers in order to play music in many rooms.


Can Alexa play the same music in different rooms?

It is possible to play the same music across the home if you have many Echo units spread out in different rooms. Launch the Alexa app, navigate to the Devices menu, and hit the plus sign. Next, select the option to Combine speakers from the menu that appears.

Do I need an Echo dot in every room?

It all depends on the size of your home, but three or four Echo speakers that are strategically placed should provide you with sufficient coverage when working with Alexa. The decision now comes down to the context in which you believe you will get the most out of Alexa. The kitchen, the living room, and the bedroom are likely to be the areas that get the greatest use.

Can Alexa play music on multiple devices?

Enjoy music on all of your different devices at the same time.

You can play music across all of your Echo speakers using the Multi-Room Music feature included in the Alexa app. This allows you to listen to the music from any room in your home where there is an Echo device. Launch the Alexa app and navigate to the Devices menu to get started. The next step is to select Combine Speakers by tapping the Plus icon.

Why is my multi-room music Alexa not working?

Ensure that all of your electronic gadgets are powered on and linked to the same Wi-Fi network before beginning the process. It is necessary to restart both your device and the network hardware. Verify that the “Do Not Disturb” setting is on on the devices you intend to use. If you utilised an Echo Show to relocate audio streams to a speaker group, you need to check that it displays the group that you wish to use.

Does Alexa hear everything in your house?

It’s possible that you’ve wondered whether or not Alexa is listening in on conversations or to everything that you say. It’s possible that you’re curious about whether or not Alexa hears what you say even when you’re not actively engaging with one of her Echo devices. The negative response to both of those queries is expected. Alexa and all of our Echo devices are created with the utmost regard for your personal privacy.

Can one Alexa talk to another in the same house?

Enable Drop In on the devices you have around the house.

Make sure that you have registered for Alexa Calling and Messaging by selecting the Conversations icon in the Alexa app on your mobile device (it looks like a speech bubble and is located at the bottom of the home screen). Only then will you be able to use Drop In to communicate with other Alexa devices in the same household.