Based on your venue's A/V requirements and number of zones, you may have a more complicated setup process to start streaming music videos. We have outlined some of the basic scenarios our customers have run into in order to help you get started. 

1. Broadcast Loop TV Via 1 Screen and Use Built-in TV Audio

Use our installation tutorial to set up your Amazon Fire TV Stick and download the Loop app. You can adjust the volume from the TV using your remote control.


2. Broadcast Loop TV Via 1 Screen and Use Connected Soundsystem

If you'd like to broadcast Loop on a single screen and route the audio from Loop through the rest of your venue, we'd recommend using the above guidelines. You will need an HDMI audio extractor piece (to be purchased separately).

Breakout audio extractor pieces can be found at Amazon.com, Best Buy and other places where electronics are sold.

Download this instructional manual here

3. Broadcast Loop TV To Multiple Screens Using an A/V Matrix

 

If your venue is equipped with a matrix switcher, simply plug in the Amazon Fire TV Stick into one of your HDMI ports and split accordingly. Running a single installation of the Loop TV app to multiple zones is completely permissible and will not cause you to be charged for an extra account.

Download this instructional manual here

4. Broadcast Loop TV To Multiple Screens and Audio System Using an A/V Matrix

Your venue may have a matrix switcher that allows you to extract audio from HDMI automatically; if not, you will have to purchase an audio extractor (to be purchased separately).

Breakout audio extractor pieces can be found at Amazon.com, Best Buy and other places where electronics are sold.

Download this instructional manual here

5. Connecting Multiple TV Screens Using a Video Splitter and Connected Audio System

If you are using a video splitter, you will definitely need to purchase an audio extractor to also play audio at your venue.

Download this instructional manual here