Operating steps for Mac Mac’s interval playback functionMac-Mac

Streaming music, podcasts, and other audio to Apple TV, HomePod, or compatible “Space 2” speakers or smart TV. Play audio on multiple speakers at home and keep it synchronized and in sync everywhere. Alternatively, different content can be played in each room, all of which can be achieved through “interval playback”. Streaming audio in Apple Music using ‘Space Play’ on Mac.

Ensure that you are using the latest version of Apple Music on your Mac and that your device is connected to the same Wi Fi or Ethernet network. Then, follow the steps below:

1. Open Apple Music on a Mac.

2. To the right of the volume slider in Apple Music, click on ‘Play in Space’.

3. Click on each speaker or TV that you want to use to play the current audio. Streaming audio on Mac using ‘Space Play’

To stream audio on a Mac to an Apple TV, HomePod, or compatible “gap play” speaker, follow these steps:

1. Ensure that your Mac and speakers are connected to the same Wi Fi or Ethernet network.

2. Go to Apple Menu>System Preferences>Sound.

Under “Output”, select the target speaker to which you want to stream audio. If you choose ‘Show Volume in Menu Bar’, you can quickly change the audio output by clicking ‘Volume’ in the menu bar.

You cannot stream to multiple speakers using ‘Space Play’ from the menu bar on a Mac.

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