Proceed as follows
- Check whether your speaker and source support AirPlay.
- Open an application that supports AirPlay, click on the AirPlay icon and select the speaker to which you want to stream music.
If you want to stream audio to multiple speakers with AirPlay 2, add AirPlay 2-compatible speakers and/or smart TVs in the Apple Home app and assign them to a room.
Playing audio via AirPlay from an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
Play music on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch and use the control center to specify where you want to play the music:
1. Open the control center
- On an iPhone X or newer or iPad with iOS 12 or newer, swipe down from the upper right corner of the screen.
- On an iPhone 8 or older or in an iOS 11 or older, swipe up from the bottom of the screen.
2. Tap the audio card in the upper right corner and then tap.
3. You can also play audio via AirPlay from an app you use on your iOS device. Open the app, tapand then tap a speaker, or tap multiple speakers.
Playing audio via AirPlay from iTunes on a Mac or PC
Check if you have the most recent version of iTunes on your Mac or PC and if your devices are connected to the same WiFi or Ethernet network. Then proceed as follows:
- Open iTunes on a Mac or PC
- Tap onon the right side of the volume slider button in iTunes.
- Tap on every speaker and TV to which you want to stream the current audio.
Playing audio via AirPlay from a Mac
If you want to stream audio from a Mac to a speaker compatible with Apple TV, HomePod or AirPlay:
- First check if your Mac and speaker are connected to the same WiFi or Ethernet network.
- Go to the Apple menu > ‘System Preferences’ > ‘Sound’. Under ‘Output’, select the speaker to which you want to stream audio.
- If you select ‘Show volume in menu bar’, you can quickly change the audio output by clicking onin the menu bar.
NOTE: You cannot stream audio via AirPlay to multiple speakers from the menu bar on a Mac.