Like Google Nest audio products, two Amazon Alexa smart speakers can be linked together like a stereo pair! It̵
Pair two Amazon Echo Alexa speakers
First, choose the two smart speakers you want to sync. The two speakers must be the same. So if you have an Amazon Echo Dot you will need to pair it with a second Echo Dot. It is not a stereo pair with an Echo Plus. They should also be set up in the same room.
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Open the Amazon Alexa app on your iPhone, iPad or Android device and make sure your speakers are already set up. Select the ‘Devices’ tab at the bottom of the screen.
Tap the “+” icon in the top right corner.
Then select “Audio System Setup” from the pop-up window.
Select the option “Stereo Pair”.
Select the two speakers you want to link and tap ‘Next’. Remember that the two speakers must be of the same type.
Then you choose which speaker is used for the left channel and which for the right. The app will automatically set the first speaker you selected as the left speaker. If you want to switch channels, just tap ‘Switch speakers’. When you’re done, tap ‘Next’.
Finally, you choose a name for this pair. You can choose from the list of common names or scroll down to create your own. Tap “Save” and you’re done!
You will now see your new pair as a speaker group in the Amazon Alexa app. Any music currently playing through this group will be split into two stereo channels.
Unlink two Amazon Echo Alexa speakers into a stereo pair
Unlinking Alexa speakers is even easier than joining them together. First, tap “Devices” on the home screen of the Amazon Alexa app (iPhone, iPad, or Android).
Select the speaker group you want to separate.
You can see the speakers that make up this pair. When you’ve confirmed that you want to separate them, tap Unlink.
A pop-up message will appear asking you to confirm. Tap “Unlink” a second time.
That is it! If you want to take your smart home audio game even further, you can set up audio throughout your home with various Amazon Alexa devices, or even add an Echo Studio subwoofer to a pair of speakers.