How to Stream Apple Music to Sony Wireless Speaker

Posted by Adam Gorden on Mar 16, 2020 2:14 PM
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Compare to audio product manufacturers like Beats and JBL, Sony is a classic brand and it has a longer history. And you have to admit, the quality of Sony products is solid and you can use it for a very long time. Sony EXTRA BASS Series has a model with Amazon Alexa and one with Google Assistant. This is quite neat for Amazon and Google users as you can use your voice to control the smart speaker.

The EXTRA BASS has good compatibility with Spotify and you can even directly play Spotify on it using the Spotify Connect app. But how about Apple Music? You read this passage so I am sure you are an Apple Music user. Like many portable speakers, Sony speaker also doesn't support AirPlay. So, to play Apple Music on Sony Speaker, the most convenient way is through Bluetooth. Then, the next section will be the guide on how to play Apple Music on Sony Wireless Speaker.

1. Stream Apple Music to Sony Speaker via Bluetooth

Step 1 Enable the Bluetooth on Sony Wireless Speaker

First, have your phone and your Sony speaker wait up and you can see that there's no additional Bluetooth button on Sony speaker. You'll need to long-press the power button (as well as a pairing button) for 3 seconds until you hear a beep and the Bluetooth indicator flashes. This is the signal showing the speaker enters the pairing mode.

Step 2 Pair Your Smart Device with Sony Speaker

Place your phone or other Bluetooth devices within 1 m from your Sony speaker. Enable the Bluetooth on your device and select your model of Sony speaker to connect them. When the BLUETOOTH connection is established, the speaker beeps and the Bluetooth indicator stops flashing and stays lit.

Step 3 Demand Voice Assistant to Play Apple Music

Now you can ask Alexa or Google Assistant to play Apple Music or adjust speaker volume using your voice. To use this feature, it requires you to connect your Amazon or Google account to the speaker.

2. Play Apple Music on Sony Speaker without Wi-Fi

Under the circumstances without Wi-Fi, play Apple Music on Sony Speaker will consume a lot of mobile data. It's better to download Apple Music offline in advance. This can also get you better listening experience in case there is a bad connection of data network. TunesKit Audio Converter is the tool can help you get good quality music from Apple Music. It can convert Apple Music songs to lossless and non-DRM format so that you can listen to Apple Music on Sony Speaker as free as you wish. Read on and see how to manage it.

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Step 1Add Apple Music to TunesKit Audio Converter

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Before we start the conversion, you need to have iTunes and TunesKit Audio Converter on your computer. Download your favourite playlists and import them to the converter. There are 2 ways for you to do that: directly drag and drop the songs from the folder to the TunesKit interface or using the Music Note button at the central top to add the songs to TunesKit.

Step 2Set Audio Output Format

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Wait for the loading finish and then click the "Format" panel at the bottom left. Choose output format for all the output songs. Back to the main interface, you can see at every column of the tracks, there is a "Edit" icon and a "Effect" icon. Click the "Edit" icon and you can adjust the volume and some other parameters of the songs.

Step 3Convert Apple Music to Free Format

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Don't forget to click "OK" and confirm the changes you make. And when you are all set, hit on the big "Convert" button at the bottom right. The conversion will automatically begin. You will be able to see a percentage indicator on the cover of the songs and when the song is converted, a red reminder will show up on the "Converted History".

Step 4Transfer Converted Tracks to Cloud Drive

Now that you've got the converted songs, you can transfer them to anywhere you want to as they are free to listen to. Back them up to the Cloud Drive will be a good idea as you can download them to any of your device and stream them to the Sony Speaker via Bluetooth.


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