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How to connect more than one Bluetooth speakers to Echo Dot?

Connect more than one Bluetooth speakers to Echo Dot or other Echo devices to listen music or other types of audio seamlessly in multiple rooms at your home.

Amazon is dominating voice-controlled device industry with 70% of market share. The software and hardware capabilities of Echo devices are continuously improved. Alexa has already become a part of daily routines for many of us.

With the recent developments, Echo devices now can play an audio seamlessly. It means, you are able to continue listening the same song or podcast when you go to one from another in your home.

Here is the challenge: What if you have only one Echo device but you want to hear audio from more than one speakers? It is possible with a additional device called “Bluetooth transmitter”.

Here is what you need:

  • 1 Echo device (obviously)
  • More than 1 Bluetooth speakers
  • Bluetooth transmitter

Watch the video below for a quick demo.

Demo of playing music in 2 bluetooth speakers at the same time (using Echo Dot)

Here is the device mentioned in the video (bluetooth transmitter):

Alternative link: https://amzn.to/2CWrSkA

Steps to connect more than one Bluetooth speakers to Echo Dot

  1. Remove all bluetooth speakers from Alexa app (use app or alexa.amazon.com)
  2. Connect the bluetooth speaker to Echo by using auxiliary audio cable
  3. Sync your bluetooth speakers with the transmitter (follow transmitter’s instructions)
  4. Play music and enjoy!

Thinking about controlling your lights and TV through Alexa? Check this post out.

Two most common issues with Alexa:

  • “I am having trouble connecting to the internet. Take a look at the help section in your Alexa app” (Solution)
  • “Sorry, I’m having trouble understanding you right now. Please try a little later” (Solution)

Solved: Alexa says “I am having trouble connecting to the internet. Take a look at the help section in your Alexa app”

Alexa is showing a red light and telling you:

I am having trouble connecting to the internet. Take a look at the help section in your Alexa app

Solution:

Follow the steps below to fix this issue:

  1. Turn off your modem and router. Wait 10 seconds. Turn them back on
  2. Make sure you have internet connection (Check it with your phone or computer)
  3. Unplug your Alexa device. Plug it back
  4. If Alexa still gives the same warning, go to alexa.amazon.com
  5. Click “Settings > Updates Wi-Fi” and make sure your Wi-Fi is configured
  6. Reset Alexa to factory defaults. Press and hold the “Microphone off” and “Volume down” buttons at the same time until the light ring turns orange and follow the instructions
  7. Still having trouble? Reset and reconfigure your modem, router, and Alexa device

How to turn on/off lights and TV, change color and brightness of lights with Amazon Alexa

Amazon’s voice assistant Alexa is pushing the limits to make your home smarter. You use it only for listening music? Check this video out to see what else she can do for you.

In this video Alexa: