UsingJuke has 4 embedded inputs which make for simple streaming from multiple devices across any combination of rooms easy. Using the Juke software interface, you can turn on/off any number of zones for any input of your choice and begin streaming over Wi-Fi from your phone/tablet or Analog sources as well.
CHOOSING WHERE TO PLAY
Select one of the four available sources at the bottom of the screen. The selected source will become highlighted in light blue.
Select the zones you would like the source to play to by tapping on the zone names. The square color will change to light blue when a zone is turned on. Please note a zone can not be turned on for multiple sources simultaneously.
There are four ways to play Juke
Airplay (e.g. from iPhones, iPads, iPods, Macs and other devices that support Airplay)
Depending on your device, there are different ways to stream to Juke’s Airplays. For example, on older iOS devices, swipe up from the bottom edge of any screen. On iPhone X or later, or iPad with iOS 12 or later, swipe down from the upper-right corner of the screen.
You can follow the pictures below or watch this video tutorial: Using Juke with Airplay
Click on the Airplay icon in the top right corner. It looks like this:
Click on one of the Jukes not being used by someone else.
Spotify Connect from any device
Launch the Spotify app on your device.
Click on the “Devices Available” icon (shown on the lower-left above).
Select one of the Jukes from the list of available devices. Note: Apple users can stream Spotify to Juke using Spotify Connect (as described above), or via Airplay. One advantage of using Spotify Connect is that your music will not be interrupted when you receive phone calls. With Spotify Connect, when using the volume buttons on your device, make sure that you are in the Spotify app, otherwise you might be controlling something other than Juke (e.g. your phone volume).
Using Android device
Stream Any App from an Android
Download the AirMusic app in the Google Play store to stream any app from Android via Airplay in the same way users can from an Apple Product.
Select the available Juke airplay source here to begin sending the music from your Android to Juke. You can group multiple Airplay inputs together within this app.
Once connected to the Airplay input, go to your streaming app of choice and begin playing your music. The volume controls on the side of your device will be used to control the output that comes out of your device, whereas the volume sliders inside the AirMusic app will control the volume level of what is streamed to Juke’s connected speakers.
A USB digital audio device attached to Juke
Once you’ve edited a source to USB in the admin settings, a volume slider will appear at the top of the screen for that source. This can be used to increase or limit the volume of your device, but the master volume control will come from the device you are playing from such as a CD player, Echo Dot, surround sound receiver, etc.