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Here’s how to connect two AirPods to the same iPhone or iPad and share the audio, whether you want to watch the same TV show on the Apple TV app or Netflix, or listen to the same playlist on Apple Music or Spotify.
Things You’ll Require
A pair of compatible headphones and an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch are required to connect two AirPods or Beats to the same iOS device.
iPhone 8 and later, iPad Pro 12.9-inch (2nd gen) and later, iPad Pro 11-inch, iPad Pro (10.5-inch), iPad Air (3rd gen), iPad mini (5th gen), iPad (5th gen) and later, and iPod touch are all supported devices (7th generation).
In terms of headphones, you can use AirPods Max, AirPods Pro, AirPods (1st gen. or later), Powerbeats, Solo Pro, Powerbeats Pro, Powerbeats3 Wireless, Beats Solo3 Wireless, Beats Studio3 Wireless, BeatsX, and Beats Flex.
The Steps to Link Two Sets of Air Pods with A Single I Os Device
- Simply repeat the steps you took to pair your first set of AirPods with your iPhone or iPad to add a second set to your device.
- Bring up the iPhone or iPad’s main menu.
- To use your AirPods, AirPods Pro, or AirPods Max, you need to remove them from their Smart Case and hold them near your device within 60 seconds.
- Initialization animation will play.
- To join, just click the “Connect” button.
- Find out what to do by reading the screens.
- Activate the ‘Done’ button.
- With an iCloud account, the AirPods will automatically pair with any device using that account.
- Both sets of AirPods ought to appear when you check the Bluetooth settings on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
What’s the Best Way to Share Music with Your Air Pods or Beats Headphones?
- You can use the below steps to wirelessly transmit audio to your AirPods or Beats headphones:
- Join your Apple iPod, iPhone, iPad, or Apple Watch to your AirPods, AirPods Pro, AirPods Max, or Beats headphones.
- Select the AirPlay button to begin streaming (triangle with circles above). This can be accessed in a number of places on an iPhone or iPad, including the Control Center, the Lock Screen, or the app you’re now using to listen to audio.
- Select “Share Audio” to send the recording to others.
- To pair AirPods or AirPods Pro with an iOS device, just open the lid on your iPhone or iPad and place the headphones close to the device. It’s possible you’ll need to push and hold the button on the case’s rear.
- If the other headphones are AirPods Max, keep them close to your phone.
- To pair Beats headphones with a device, you must first activate pairing mode on the headphones and then bring the device close to it.
- Tap the “Share Audio” button when the headphones icon appears on your screen. Alternative options include “Connect to iPhone” and “Temporarily Share Audio.”
When Discussing the Transmission of Sound, how To Adjust the Volume
Shared audio between two sets of AirPods or Beats headphones can be controlled independently. This means that you may adjust the volume and play, pause, and stop the audio on each individual track using the controls on the Lock Screen or in the Control Centre.
If you tap the AirPlay icon, the app you’re using to listen to music will reveal buttons for adjusting the volume. When the volume slider in Control Centre is held down, the two individual headphone volume sliders display as huge vertical bars.
You can adjust the volume on either set of headphones by using the corresponding slider or by physically moving the headphones themselves. For instance, to adjust the volume on your AirPods Max, you would use the digital crown. Either approach will only have an effect on the specified headphones. Adjusting the volume for both headphones is as simple as dragging the volume slider at the bottom.
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When to Put a Halt to File Sharing
Simply tapping the AirPlay symbol on your iOS device’s Control Center, Lock Screen, or within the currently playing app will stop the audio from being shared with another set of headphones. To stop sending sound to a certain set of headphones, deselect them. As you do this, you can remove the second set of headphones.