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Welcome to the learning page where you can get schooled on everything AirPlay. To start, let’s learn a little more about AirPlay. AirPlay Basics: Wireless Speakers and More What is AirPlay (and why should I care?) AirPlay is a wireless protocol that enables you to stream music, photos and video from iTunes on your computer as well as iTunes or an AirPlay enabled app on your iPod Touch, iPhone or iPad to an AirPlay-enabled TV, receiver, or speakers. This means the next time you have guests over, you can impress (or annoy) everyone by choosing your dinner music on the fly, without leaving your chair. With AirPlay, you can scroll through your music, skip tracks, and adjust the volume just as you would when playing music through your headphones. If you have more than one set of AirPlay speakers installed, you can control all of them from your Apple device. What do I need to stream music using AirPlay? All you need is an AirPlay-enabled transmitter (an Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, or computer running iTunes) equipped with iOS 4.2 or later, and something to receive and play the signal, such as an AirPlay-enabled home theatre receiver, or a set of AirPlay-enabled speakers. Will only Apple gear…
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