All Apple AirPlay 2 compatible TVs and speakers 2019

Check out the full list of recently released and upcoming TVs and speakers with support for AirPlay 2, the latest streaming technology from Apple.

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CES 2019 is pulling out all the stops, even going so far as to give attendees a look at the latest developments from Apple. Among other announcements, Apple detailed the recent release of AirPlay 2, the company's latest standard for wireless streaming. One of the biggest draws to AirPlay is the ability for iPhone, iPad, or Mac users to stream their music, videos, and photos to an Apple TV set-top boxor HomePod speaker, but AirPlay 2 extends that functionality to all AirPlay 2 compatible home televisions. To make the most out of the tech, users will need to brush up on just which new and recently released televisions support Apple AirPlay 2.


List of Apple AirPlay 2 compatible TVs

Here's the list of all modern television sets compatible with Apple AirPlay 2. It's worth mentioning that some of the sets are just a few years old, with the oldest compatible TVs being produced around 2017. Some of the other listed televisions have either just gone on sale or are soon to go on sale, and perhaps unsurprisingly, AirPlay 2 support seems restricted mainly to the biggest name brands.

Here's the list of AirPlay 2 compatible TVs as listed on the official Apple website. To keep things clear, we've indicated the year of manufacture where possible — just remember that AirPlay 2 support has only been announced, and actual functionality is still pending. We'll update this list with any new TV models with AirPlay 2 compatibility as we discover them.

  • LG OLED TVs (2019 models)
  • LG NanoCell SM8X, SM9X (2018)
  • LH UHD UM7X (2019)
  • Samsung QLED (2018-2019)
  • Samsung 4, 5, 6, and 7 series TVs (2018-2019)
  • Sony A9G OLED (2019)
  • Sony X850G (2019)
  • Sony X950G (2019)
  • Sony Z9G (2019)
  • Vizio E-Series (2017-2019)
  • Vizio D-Series (2017-2019)
  • Vizio M-Series (2017-2019)
  • Vizio P-Series (2017-2019)
  • Vizio P-Series Quantum (2018-2019)


Apple AirPlay 2 enabled speaker systems

As it was with the previous version of AirPlay, AirPlay 2 is also compatible with Apple TV devices running tvOS 11 or later as well as the Apple HomePod and a selection of speakers from various manufacturers. Here's the full list of AirPlay 2 enabled speakers as provided on the official Apple website.

  • Bang and Olufsen
    • Beoplay A6, A9 (second and third generation), M3, and M5
    • BeoSound 1, 2, and 35
    • BeoSound Essence (second generation)
    • BeoSound Edge
    • BeoSound Core
    • BeoSound Shape
    • BeoVision Eclipse
  • Bose
    • Bose Home Speaker 500 (2019)
    • Soundbar 500 (2019)
    • Soundbar 700 (2019)
  • Denon
    • Denon HEOS HS2
  • Devialet
    • Phantom
  • KEF
    • KEF LSK
  • Libratone
    • Zipp
    • Zipp 2
    • Zipp Mini
    • Zipp Mini 2
  • Marantz
    • AV7703, 7704, 7705
    • AV8805
    • NA6006
    • ND6006
    • NR1508, 1509, 1608, 1609
    • SR5012, 5013, 6012, 6013, 7011, 7012, 7013, 8012
  • Naim
    • Mu-so
    • Mu-so Special Edition
    • Mu-so Qb
    • Uniti Atom
    • Uniti Star
    • Uniti Nova
    • ND 555, ND5 XS 2, NDX 2 (coming soon)
  • Sonos
    • Play:5 (second generation)
    • Playbase
    • Sonos One
    • Sonos BeamSonos Amp (coming soon)

For any one that may be curious, AirPlay 2 itself is compatible with most modern iPhones and iPads, ranging from the newest models all the way back to the iPhone 5S as well as the first-generation iPad Pro.


With the full list of AirPlay 2 compatible televisions and speakers out of the way, Apple fans are in a much better position to get the most out of their devices. Keep on top of other new developments from the CES floor by heading over to our CES 2019 home page, and stay fresh on the latest mobile and smart-device news by checking out our Apple home page.

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