I have an Echo 2 paired with an Amazon Bluetooth receiver which in turn feeds an 70v Amp that plays throughout the home. This works. However, my wife has to constantly go from the Kitchen to the Great Room to speak to "Alexa."
My solution was to put a Dot in the kitchen so she could control things from there. This Dot is also successfully paired with the same Amazon Bluetooth. I can control it from the kitchen.
The problem seems to be that it is an either/or control. If I start a music stream from the Dot, I cannot control it from the Echo 2, and vice verse. I added the two Echos to a "music group" and that worked but they played through their built-in speakers rather than the 70v home system.
Is what I am trying to do possible? Am I just doing it incorrectly? Would it work if I bought a 2nd BlueTooth receiver for the Dot?
UPDATE: I thought, perhaps only one of the units should be paired with the BT and the two units being in the same group (Everywhere) would "link" and the one paired with the BT would feed that line. What happened was that the one that was paired with the BT disconnected, and the two units played through their internal speakers.
This is a frustrating puzzle that should not be this difficult to accomplish.