|Apr 30, 2012, 05:12 AM||#1|
Using my iPhone as an AirPlay 'router'
I want to be able to connect my iPad to my iPhone via a wireless connection, dock my iPhone into my speakers then play a movie on my iPad and listen to the sound through the speakers. The reason is so I can watch a movie while running on a treadmill without using earphones - I hate earphones! Is this possible?
(new iPad, iPhone 4S)
|Apr 30, 2012, 07:46 AM||#3|
How far is the speaker dock from the treadmill? It may be easier to just get a long cable that runs from the headphone jack of your iPad to the AUX input on the speakers.
Mac Mini (latest model), iBook G4, Mac Mini (mid 2007), iPhone, iPhone 4, ATV3, iPad 2, iPad Mini, iPad Air.
|Apr 30, 2012, 09:16 AM||#5|
I have a few around the house and they work awesome.
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