Are you excited about the new Airplay 2 feature launched in the latest release of iOS 11.4 along with iMessage on iCloud? Well, I’m very much excited since it was announced in WWDC 2017. I always wanted to get my hands dirty on this feature since long and play music to multiple speakers using AirPlay 2.
If you have dual speakers that support AirPlay 2, then now it’s the time to make the best out of it. In this article, I’ll show you step-by-step how to stream music on multiple speakers with AirPlay 2. Let’s begin.
How to Stream Music to Multiple Speakers with AirPlay 2 from iPhone, iPad, Mac / PC and Apple TV
Stream Audio to Multiple Speakers Using AirPlay 2 from iPhone or iPad
Make sure that you installed iOS 11.4 or later on your iOS device, and you have also set up Home App. If you haven’t, then Go to Home App → tap on “+” sign → tap on Add Accessory and then follow the onscreen instructions to complete the setup process successfully.
Step #1: Open the music app you like most and start playing your favorite song. You can also play audio from Podcast.
Step #2: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access Control Center.
Step #3: Now, touch and hold the audio card from the top right corner to open audio controls. Here you can adjust the sound according to your choice.
Step #4: Next, tap on the AirPlay icon and select the speakers on which you want to play the audio file.
That’s it!! Enjoy listening to the music from your high-quality speaker.
Stream Music to Multiple Speakers From Mac or Windows PC
You will need latest macOS version on your Mac for streaming music to speakers.
Step #1: Launch iTunes on your Mac and play your favorite music track.
Step #2: Now, click on AirPlay icon from the top of the window.
Step #3: Next, select the speaker by checking the box.
Stream Music to Multiple Speakers From Apple TV 4K or 4th Gen
If you play the audio to Apple TV, you will have to enter the password.
Also, note that the option to AirPlay from Apple TV to HomePod is currently in beta version.
Siri allows you to play music in Multiple rooms. But if you are the one who doesn’t want to use Hey Siri, then you can also choose the speakers to stream music manually.
Step #1. Swipe up on your remote and select AirPlay icon when listening to music on your set-top box.
Step #2. Now, press and hold play and pause button from your remote.
Step #3. At last, Select the speaker for playing audio.