How do I connect with Airplay?
Once your device is connected to the same network as your VSSL wireless audio system you can play music from any of your favorite apps using VSSL in 3 simple steps:
- On your mobile device or tablet, go to your favorite music app and play music.
- While in the music, app look for the AirPlay icon , your audio zones will then appear and press it, or swipe up from the bottom edge to reveal the control center and then select the AirPlay button.
- Select the VSSL zone or VSSL Party Zone you wish to play.
How do I connect with Spotify?
Spotify uses it’s own Spotify Connect platform for listening to music. You must be a Spotify Premium user to access Spotify Connect. Once your listening device is connected to the network you can play music using VSSL in 3 simple steps:
- From the Spotify app, select your music and play
- From the "Now Playing" screen, tap the Connect icon , your audio zones will then appear
- From the list of zones that will appear, select the VSSL zone or party zone you wish to listen to. Note that the Spotify Connect icon will appear green when sending music to VSSL.
How do I connect with Google Cast?
Once your listening device is connected to the same network as your VSSL wireless audio system, you can start listening to music in 3 simple steps:
- Go to your favorite music app and play music.
- While on the "Now Playing" screen, locate the Google Cast icon , your audio zones will then appear or swipe up from the bottom edge to reveal the Control Center and then select the Google Cast icon.
- select the VSSL zone or party zone you wish to play.
You can listen to any audio played in your Chrome web browser in any of your zones by using Google Cast. Download the Chrome extension, then press the "Google Cast Icon" to play to your zones.
Listen to anything from your Mac computer by using AirPlay. On the top menu bar, hold "Option" and click the speaker icon.
You can use any DLNA certified audio player and connect straight to your zones
If you have a music collection stored on a hard drive you can use that to connect to VSSL using the local RCA stereo audio inputs on the back of the A.6 or A.3.