Spotify on speakers and sound systems

Play it loud: Spotify sounds great when played through stereos, sound systems and speakers.

Visit Spotify Everywhere for supported devices and to find out what's available to you. If you don't see your device there, you can check with its manufacturer.

Find below how to play Spotify on your device.

Note: Some connection types require Spotify Premium.

You can listen to Spotify on your speaker and sound system by using the Spotify app on your phone and tablet as a remote. Also compatible with Chromecast Audio, and Apple AirPlay!

For more information, check out Spotify Connect.  

Check out the Voice Assistants you can use to play Spotify on supported speakers and sound systems.

Go wireless and play Spotify on Bluetooth supported speakers and sound systems.

Find out more about setting up Bluetooth.

Google Chromecast Audio lets you play Spotify from your phone, tablet, or Chrome browser to a speaker or sound system.

For help setting up, visit the Google Chromecast Audio support site.

To use your phone or tablet as a remote with your Chromecast device, check out Spotify Connect.

With AirPlay, you can use your iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, or Mac to play Spotify on an Apple TV, AirPlay compatible speaker, or another Mac.

For help setting up, visit the Apple AirPlay audio support site.

To use your phone or tablet as a remote with your Chromecast device, check out Spotify Connect.

You can use an AUX or USB cable to directly connect your phone, tablet, or computer to speakers and sound systems.

Check the manufacturer’s instructions to make sure you have the correct cable for your device.

Need help?

If you're having trouble playing Spotify, check out I can't play Spotify on my speaker or sound system.

Last updated: 24 September, 2019