While you're Amazon Echo speakers. Or maybe you just want to listen to music at the same volume as you walk from room to room. If you've got multiple Echo devices set up around your house, you'll be simultaneously streaming music on all your speakers in no time., there's no better way to than throw your own dance party using your
The setup is easy and only takes a few minutes. Make sure you've got all of the devices set up on the same Wi-Fi network before you get started. Then open the Alexa app on your phone and select Devices at the bottom of the screen. Next, tap the Plus icon in the top right corner and choose Set Up Multi-Room Music.
You'll see a list of all your Amazon account. Select all the speakers you want to stream music on at the same time, then tap Next. Now you'll need to name your music group -- you can choose from one of the common names that Amazon has created, like Kitchen or Family Room, or you can customize a new name. For example, you could call your speaker group House Party or Friday Night Dance Time, or even Whole House. You can always change the name later. Tap Save.connected to your
When you're ready to start listening to music, just say "Alexa, play [favorite playlist] on [group name]." You can create multiple speaker groups, and you can even connect your Sonos, Bose and JBL speakers if you have an .
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