Mac and OS X have powerful features you may never use before. For example, how do you think to play audio through multiple speakers without any third-
Mac and OS X have powerful features you may never use before. For example, how do you think to play audio through multiple speakers without any third-party apps and equipment? Mac and OS X have provided everything. You can enjoy surround sound when watching movies or listening to music without paying for anything.
What you need.
- Mac Book. (iMac, Mac Air, Mac Pro or Macbook)
- Bluetooth speakers.
Start connecting Mac to multiple speakers to play around the house.
Step 1: Turn Bluetooth on.
Turning Bluetooth on is the first step and it is necessary. Move your mouse to the Bluetooth icon (it is a grey icon if this function has been turned off) and click down. Select “Turn Bluetooth On” and this feature will be enabled.
Step 2: Connect with all your Bluetooth speakers.
Find your speakers’ “Pair” button, press it to connect to Mac. Mac will search and build the connection automatically.
Step 3: Open “Spotlight” and enter “MIDI”.
The Spotlight will help you find and locate Auto MIDI Setup directly. Double click on the utility and open a new dialog.
Can not find Spotlight? See the screenshot below.
Step 4: Configure Multi-Output Device
Creating a Multi-Output Device by clicking the “+” on the left bottom corner. And then, select each Bluetooth speaker you have connected to the Mac on the right area to make it work.
In the end
Thanks to Apple, now you can set it up in seconds and enjoy the multi-speaker system. No third-party gadget needed, you can pair speakers up with your Mac books with only a few steps. Get surround sound, let the music fill every room and enjoy the beauty of life.