Q: "I bought a new Marshall Stanmore II Alexa Enabled speaker and would like to know how to listen to Apple Music on it. Every time I connect my Apple Music account to it, it keeps saying: Apple Music is not supported on this device. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!"
Unfortunately, Apple Music is not supported on any third-party speaker, even if it supports Alexa. It can only be used on all Amazon Echo devices. As a loudspeaker with powerful features, Marshall has won many people's love. It features advanced voice control so you can keep your hands free. It would be nice if you could stream Apple Music to Marshall speakers. So today we will show you two ways to listen to Apple Music on Marshall. The second method works with any Marshall model.
See also: How to Listen to Apple Podcasts on Alexa
Way 1. How to Listen to Apple Music on Marshall Speaker by Bluetooth
Most Marshall speakers feature Bluetooth so you can easily connect to your phone. You can then stream Apple Music from your phone to your speaker via Bluetooth. Follow the steps below to learn how.
Step 1. On your Marshall speaker, turn on Bluetooth to make it discoverable.
Step 2. On your mobile phone or computer, turn on Bluetooth. Then find your Marshall speaker on the list. Touch it to pair your device with the speaker.
Step 3. Now you can open the Apple Music app on your device. Then start playing a song and it will stream to your speaker automatically.
Way 2. How to Play Apple Music on Marshall Speaker by USB
Don't worry if your Marshall speaker doesn't have Bluetooth. You can try listening to Apple Music on Marshall speakers via a USB drive. The tool you need is DRmare Apple Music Converter, which allows you to convert protected Apple Music tracks to normal files. It now supports MP3, FLAC, AAC, M4B, M4A and WAV. After conversion, you can easily import these Apple Music files to your speaker or other devices.
DRmare Apple Music Converter will keep the original sound quality, so you can enjoy lossless streaming. It works up to 30X faster, so you can get your common Apple Music songs as quickly as possible. If you want to listen to Apple Music on other third-party devices, it is your best assistant.
DRmare Apple Music Converter
Here in this section, we'll show you how to convert Apple Music M4P to Marshall speaker-supported MP3 and then import it to your speaker. Before that, make sure you've downloaded your favorite Apple Music tracks on your PC or Mac. Also, install the DRmare Apple Music Converter on your PC/Mac.
- Step 1Load downloaded Apple Music songs to DRmare
- Open the DRmare Apple Music Converter and add your downloaded Apple Music files to it. You can directly drag them to its main interface to click on the 'Add Files' button at the bottom right to load them.
- Step 2Reset the output format for Apple Music Marshall speaker
- Please click on the 'Audio' icon at the bottom right to open the Format Settings window. Then you can choose the MP3 format or others to make your Apple Music songs become compatible with Marshall speaker. After that, click on 'OK'.
- Step 3Convert Apple Music for Marshall speaker
- If you want to store Apple Music to USB, simply insert your USB drive into your computer and then change the 'Output' folder to USB folder. Then you can press the 'Convert' button to start converting Apple Music to Marshall speaker-supported files. When it is over, you can click on the 'Converted' folder or 'History' list to find them. You are allowed to keep them forever and transfer them to other devices including your Marshall speaker.
- Step 4Transfer converted Apple Music to Marshall speaker
- Connect your USB drive to your Marshall speaker and then wait your speaker to recognize the USB folder. After that, you can easily listen to Apple Music on Marshall speaker offline without connecting to the internet.
Although Apple Music is not compatible with Marshall speakers, we've shown you two ways to play Apple Music on Marshall speaker. To be honest, the best way is to use DRmare Apple Music Converter. It allows you to convert protected Apple Music songs to common-used files. After that, you can use the converted Apple Music tracks anywhere you want. You can also keep them for listening whenever you want, even without a subscription.