From tablets and mobiles to laptops and smart TVs, there are never more ways to watch your favorite entertainment things. But having the ability to connect just about anywhere does not mean that everyone around you does. Where and when you are watching is not always ideal when you are out in public. But late-night watches and cramped shared spaces can also make keeping the noise down for you and those around you difficult. In this article, we are going to talks about How to Connect Airpods with Apple TV – Tutorial. Let’s begin!
Everyone knows that AirPods work with iPhones, iPads, and also Macs. But we tend to miss the fact that they also work wonderfully with Apple TV (4th generation or 4K). With the audio beaming wirelessly all around your living room to your AirPods, you can enjoy late-night or early-morning TV without even disturbing everyone else in your house. Let’s see how you can make it happen.
Pair with Apple TV | Connect Airpods with Apple TV
If your Apple TV is running tvOS 11 or later, and you are log in it into the same iCloud account as the iPhone or iPad you have paired your AirPods with. Then you are already done! AirPods automatically pair with other Apple devices using the same iCloud account, and that also includes Apple TV (as of tvOS 11).
If your Apple TV uses a different iCloud account, or for some reason is not running tvOS 11 or later. Then you will have to pair your AirPods manually. Let’s see how you do that.
- Put your AirPods in the case and then open the lid.
- Now press and hold the pairing button on the back of the case until you see the status light flash white.
- On the Apple TV, you need to open the Settings app.
- Tap on Remotes and Devices, then Bluetooth.
- Then select your AirPods from the list.
Connect Airpods with Apple TV
If you want to listen to your favorite shows and movies over the chaos or if you are trying not to disturb your family members or roommates. But do not want to see on your iPhone, consider connecting your headphones to the TV set for private listening. If you are an Apple TV user with a device running tvOS 11 or later, then you can pair your AirPods to the box using Bluetooth technology. Making sure those around you can carry on, and you can also focus on watching.
When you pair your AirPods with your Apple TV, then you have to actually connect to them to make the Apple TV audio come out of your AirPods.The simplest and easiest way to do this is to hold down the Play or Pause button on your Apple TV remote (or the Remote app). When you are on the home screen or in the TV application. A menu will pop up that will allow you to select music and which device to play it through. Select your AirPods here.
Some users also claim that if you press the Siri button on the remote and say “Connect to my AirPods” it will quickly connect to them. But try as I might, I have never gotten this to work. Rather, it brings me to the Settings menu. There is actually no harm in trying it yourself.
- First, insert your AirPods into their case with the lid open.
- Then hold the small white pairing button on the back of the case until the status light flashes.
- Now open the Settings menu on your Apple TV.
- Then select “Remote and Devices.”
- Select the “Bluetooth” option.
- Click your AirPods from the list of devices displayed.
Use AirPods with Apple TV
Most of the functions that you are used to on your iPhone will not work when using AirPods with Apple TV. You can’t use them to talk to Siri, such as—you have to continue using the Siri remote for that.
However, some of the AirPod’s functions still work great. You can double-click one of them in order to pause and resume video. If you take an AirPod out of your ear automatically pauses whatever audio or video is playing. And obviously, simply put your AirPods back into their case, and close the lid will disconnect them.
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