|Jan 22, 2011, 09:19 AM||#1|
Does the iPad use more battery life for speaker or headphones?
Say I want to play music all day from my iPad.
I have 3 possible scenarios I'm thinking.
1: I play the music through the iPad's own speaker.
2: I plug in a pair of small headphones into the iPad's jack socket and listen to the music.
3: I plug a cable from this same headphone jack into the back of an Amp with it's own power supply and speakers.
Do you think option 3 would use the least amount of iPad battery?
|Jan 22, 2011, 09:43 AM||#3|
I would of those just sending a tiny signal to an amp down the cable would use less power than physically having to drive/power a pair of headphones.
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