Does Unacademy Live Classes Support Bluetooth Speaker Playback?

One of the most common questions we get asked on our website is whether’s live classes support Bluetooth speaker playback. In this article, we will answer this question.

While there is no official word from about this, we have managed to find a solution that works for us.

So, do’s live classes support Bluetooth speaker playback?

Yes, the Cast player from the Chromecast app works with live classes. In this article, we will discuss how to use the Cast player in the Chromecast app to listen to live classes on your Bluetooth speaker.

Step 1: Open the Google Chromecast app

Open the Google Chromecast app on your smartphone and enter the live class URL.

Step 2:  Connect your smartphone to a Bluetooth speaker

Make sure your Bluetooth speaker is on and connected to your smartphone.

Step 3: Play live classes in the Chromecast app

Once the URL is entered in the Chromecast app, it should be playing in your Bluetooth speaker.

Why Using Bluetooth Speakers in Live Classes is a Bad Idea?

If you have ever tried to stream music while teaching a class, it’s a nightmare! There are a couple of different factors at play here:

First, Bluetooth speakers don’t have as good a range as regular speakers (usually 10 feet, or 30 meters). This means that you need to physically be next to your students.

Second, streaming music over Bluetooth tends to drop connections a lot. This is especially true for newer Bluetooth speakers.

This might seem like a trivial problem, but it’s a huge one when you consider the number of students who come to our classes.

For instance, if we have 50 students in a class, the chances of getting good audio quality are almost zero.

Now, imagine having 50 students in a classroom while trying to teach. It’s just not a good situation. So, this is why we believe that streaming music through Bluetooth is probably not an option.’s Live Classes Rules Regarding Bluetooth Speakers

Here are some of the rules regarding Bluetooth speakers that are enforced at

1. Speakers must be able to handle a minimum of 10 feet.

2. Speakers must be able to handle up to 3 students at a time.

3. Speakers must be able to connect to the internet and have a microphone.

4. Speakers must be able to work with our Live Classes app.

5. Speakers must be able to be powered by a USB port.

6. Speakers must have a power rating of no less than 10 watts.

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Best Bluetooth Speakers to Stream Live Classes

Below is the list of best Bluetooth speakers that we recommend to stream live classes:

1. DOSS SoundBox Touch Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker

2. Bose SoundLink Color II Wireless Speaker

3. EDUPLINK Portable Bluetooth Speaker

4. Bang & Olufsen Beosound Outdoor Bluetooth speaker

5. JBL Flip 4

Final thoughts

We hope this article has answered the question “Does’s live classes support Bluetooth speaker playback?”.

Do you have any other questions regarding’s live classes? Let us know in the comments below.

Have fun streaming your classes!

Parag Banerjee
Parag Banerjee

Parag Banerjee is an experienced Search Engine Optimizer. He has a wide knowledge of Google Updates, Analytics, and many others. He studied Computer Application from Techno India.

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