As the title suggests, I created a scene that turns off my children's lights and plays a white noise when repeating the two HomePod mini in each room. However, I was intermittently successful. Sometimes it works OK, but it takes a long time for both HomePods to play the white noise after the lights go out. One HomePod will play fairly quickly, but the other takes a long time and sometimes plays a little white noise, then stops, then turns on again. It's weird. Sometimes the second HomePod will light up, but it will not play the sound at all, even if you wait 20 minutes. So far, I've used two different scenes and it works fine, so maybe it's not really meant to play audio in a single scene on two different devices? 🤷♂️
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