AirPlay is a super cool way to allow you to wirelessly send audio from your Mac device to another AirPlay-capable device such as HomePod, Apple TV, or a speaker connected via the line-out port on an AirPort Express.
Despite the introduction AirPlay 2, you’re still limited to multiple AirPlay-capable devices through iTunes.
Follow along to learn how….
Mac: How to AirPlay to multiple devices through iTunes
- Fire up iTunes on your Mac.
- Tap the wireless audio icon. (This is next to your audio controls along with your now playing track in iTunes.)
- Tap on your AirPlay-capable device. Repeat this step for all devices you’d like to connect to. Unlike other macOS apps, iTunes can beam over AirPlay 2, which gives the benefit of low latency and stereo HomePods.
- Give it a few seconds to connect to all devices.
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