This is a weird one for me. I would consider my technical expertise as excellent. I have had a Amazon Echo as my main computer speaker (Win 10) for a couple years now, connected via Bluetooth. And I can not figure out why I can not connect and play sound via the Echo. When I run a search for the Echo it shows up, but I can not choose it as a playable device even though it shows as "paired". I thought it was the Echo, but I attempted to connect a Google Home device, with the same result. Both pair to the PC, but are not "usable" as speakers for the PC's output. I CAN connect a Xbox Controller via Bluetooth and plug in some ear buds and it works perfectly. Also, a set of Samsung Earbuds also stopped being unable to connect to the PC when before they did. I have tried every way to connect, even reset the PC back a week when it was working, no help. I have MANY Bluetooth devices, all of them seem to work fine, it seems to be limited to Bluetooth speakers. Since I do have many Bluetooth devices, I also have many Bluetooth transceivers, could one of these "go bad" I had never heard of that happening but could that be the issue? Any help would be appreciated.