How to Connect Alexa to a Stereo Receiver

Alexa is among the smartest technologies available to the general public, but what’s more, is that you can connect a stereo receiver with it. In case you want to know how then read through the blog.

Connect Alexa

Connect via Bluetooth

If you are sure that your new sound system can be connected to Bluetooth or has a line-in connection, then you have to be sure about your VA. Voice Assistance: virtual assistant programs are AI software that can assist you with various things work fantastic.

If you have an Amazon Alexa as Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot, Amazon Echo Plus, or Amazon Echo Spot, all Amazon device has Bluetooth supporting and developed sound output interface to another system.

So you can easily pair your other device to the Amazon Alexa system by using Alexa Application.

  1. Go to Setting.
  2. Click on Bluetooth.
  3. Make sure that your both system in Pairing mode.

After this command, Alexa will immediately respond to you via voice message, your pairing to your stereo successful attach.

Connect using AUX cable

If your Stereo system has not a Bluetooth feature, then you can connect Amazon Alexa using your phone and attach it to Alexa into the Stereo receiver via AUX cable 3.5mm.

Voice Control to make Connection

It is a simple method to attach your Stereo receiver to Amazon Alexa via voice control. But voice control has some limitations that you need to concentrate on to do very fast.

Here you don’t have a chance to switch ON, or Off your system, so you cannot control the Video via your Sterol receiver. Voice control, especially for music playback, if you give many commands rapidly, then it will be disappointing you.

If  Amazon music playback is not enough for you, then you can use harmony’s Hub-based remotes. It Consistent extra features that help you to enjoy more music on your Stereo system.

When you connect your remote to the Entertainment system, you can control the home automation system. there are two options of remotes that you can use:

Logitech Harmony All In One Renewed Remote


  1. For easy control over your home theater components.
  2. Including Apple TV and Roku, so you’ll have the control you need – today and tomorrow.
  3. Let your program often-used functions or favorite channels.
  4. The low battery indicator lets you know when the battery needs to be changed.

Logitech Harmony Express Universal Voice Remote


  1. Pre-installed Devices: Harmony Elite works with over 270,000 entertainment and smart home devices so you can enjoy single-touch control with your favorite brands, right out of the box. If you don’t see your device, add it
  2. Custom Activities: Create unlimited one-touch or time-triggered activities that group devices into custom experiences. Press the “Watch TV” button and your TV, cable or satellite set-top box, and sound bar turn on, each with just the right settings
  3. Multiple household functions: This smart remote control allows you to operate popular home control devices such as lights, locks, and thermostats, control them as you need them or set a schedule
  4. Harmony Mobile App: The Harmony mobile app turns smartphones and tablets into full-featured remote controls. Everyone in the house can download the Harmony app to turn their iOS or Android device into personal remote control, complete with their own set of favorite channels and one-touch Activities
  5. Harmony Hub: The included Harmony Hub relays signals from the remote or mobile app to your devices, so you don’t have to point your remote at the device. You can control devices inside closed cabinets, through walls and even when you’re away from home
  6. Alexa Voice Control: The Logitech Harmony Elite features complete access to Amazon’s Alexa to turn on your TV, select favorites channels or trigger Harmony hub and application activities
  7. Internet access via Wi-Fi: Supports 802.11g/n, WPA Personal, WPA2-AES, and 64/128-bit WEP encryption

John Smith is a qualified IT engineer by education. After working in the IT sector for a decade, He began writing about it two years ago. He loves to write about emerging technology like

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