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macOS Sierra: Set up wireless speakers

Set up wireless speakers You can play music wirelessly from iTunes on your stereo or speakers using your AirPort Express and AirPlay . To play music through your stereo or speakers , connect them to your AirPort Express, then set up AirPlay in iTunes. For more information about setting up your AirPort Express, see Set up an AirPort base station. For information about setting up AirPlay in iTunes, see Choose which speakers to use. SEE ALSO Adjust your computer’s sound output settings If you can’t

Q: Volume INCREDIBLY low through airplay speakers when volume BLASTING for all other inputs

First time question post!     I have a set up with the following:     - Apple tv; - Sonos speakers set up via airplay ; - Video projector connected to Apple TV via HDMI.     Hers's my problem:     When I play video on the Apple TV with sound playing through the sonos system (again, set up through airplay ).  The volume is turned ALL the way up on my sonos system , which, for every other form of audio in put, makes it BLASTINGLY loud.  However, when I play through the Apple TV, it's so low

Q: Apple TV: set default to Airplay speakers?

How do I set my Airplay surround sound speaker system as the default on Apple TV? Please read before you answer.   Since I'm using a projector, my front-facing 5.1 surround speakers have to be across the room at the wall on which I'm projecting, while my AppleTV is at the back of the room connected via HDMI to the projector. So my challenge is to send audio from Apple TV to the front of the room where the speakers reside. That's basically all I do with my surround system : watch movies, netflix

Wi-Fi base stations: How to set up and configure AirPort Express for AirPlay and iTunes

This article explains how to stream music from iTunes on your Mac or PC, or from your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch (iOS 5.1 or later) to your stereo or speakers using AirPort Express as a standalone Wi-Fi base station or as one of several Wi-Fi base stations. Note: If you would also like to stream movies and photos to your television, consider adding an Apple TV to your existing Wi-Fi network. Note: Music streaming from iTunes, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is done via AirPlay . Things to consider

iTunes for Windows: Choose which speakers to use

Choose which speakers to use In addition to your computer’s built-in speakers , you can listen to iTunes audio through any of the following: Speakers connected to your computer and a power source Remote speakers connected to an AirPort Express An AirPlay -enabled device, including network speakers (for example, Apple TV played through TV speakers ) Wireless headphones, including AirPods For information about connecting speakers to your computer or network, see the documentation for the speakers

iTunes for Mac: Choose which speakers to use

Choose which speakers to use In addition to your computer’s built-in speakers , you can listen to iTunes audio through any of the following: Speakers connected to your computer and a power source Remote speakers connected to an AirPort Express An AirPlay -enabled device, including network speakers (for example, Apple TV played through TV speakers ) Wireless headphones, including AirPods For information about connecting speakers to your computer or network, see the documentation for the speakers

Use AirPlay to display video from your Mac on an HDTV

In OS X El Capitan or later, you can stream certain videos to your Apple TV from Safari or QuickTime Player (version 10). Click the AirPlay icon (if available) in the playback controls, then choose your Apple TV.

iMovie for iOS (iPad): Use AirPlay to stream to your HDTV

Use AirPlay to stream to your HDTV If you have Apple TV and a high-definition television (HDTV), you can watch your iMovie projects on your TV using AirPlay . AirPlay uses wireless technology to stream movies to your TV. Note: AirPlay is available only when streaming from a device to an Apple TV using Apple TV software version 4.2 or later. Make sure that your HDTV and Apple TV are both turned on. In the Projects browser or the Theater, tap to select the project you want to watch, then tap

iMovie for iOS (iPhone, iPod touch): Use AirPlay to stream to your HDTV

Use AirPlay to stream to your HDTV If you have Apple TV and a high-definition television (HDTV), you can watch your iMovie projects on your TV using AirPlay . AirPlay uses wireless technology to stream movies to your TV. Note: AirPlay is available only when streaming from a device to an Apple TV using Apple TV software version 4.2 or later. Make sure that your HDTV and Apple TV are both turned on. In the Projects browser or the Theater, tap to select the project you want to watch, then tap

Connect your Mac to a iPod, iPad, home stereo, speakers, or musical instruments

There are several ways to play music from your Mac: Use iTunes Stream it wirelessly to external speakers Use AirPlay Sync your iOS device (including music) over a shared Wi-Fi connection You can use a third-party audio device to connect speakers to your Mac. Plug it in with a FireWire, USB, Thunderbolt or S/PDIF cable. Install drivers for the audio device, if needed, before you plug the device into the Mac. Check the manual or go to the manufacturer’s website if you aren't sure if it needs

Q: Airplay not full screen!

When I airplay my macbook (15 inch)'s display over to my Apple TV 3rd Generation on 720p 60hz, almost 1/3 of the whole screen is cut off. Changing the aspect ratio doesn't help either and neither does overscan correction. It just seems zoomed in on the top left hand portion of the screen.

Q: AirPlay not list bluetooth headphone after connecting

Hi all, I wanted to see if it is only me or other people see this. I am using iPhone 5 which I recently upgraded to iOS10. As part of my daily usage, I connect bluetooth headphones (4.0), MPOW Swift is the brand, to listen to music or watch YouTube. With iOS 9.x I never had a problem with the headphones recognized and used immediately by all apps through AirPlay . With iOS 10, that appears not true. They are connecting as I see the icon in the status bar of the phone and in Bluetooth section

Q: AIRPLAY (1) MULTI ROOM SYNCH ISSUE WITH HIGH SIERRA

G’Day, I have lost my ability to multi-room AirPlay in synch from iTunes on my iMac 27 Retina.   On Sierra, I could send anything on iTunes, Radium or from Safari with AirFoil to multiple Bose SoundTouch (series 2 with AirPlay ) speakers and they would all sync up be it on two or all six speakers systems in the house. When I say sync, I mean the audio is exactly the same on two or all six speakers .   However, with iOS High Sierra, they’re now out of sync and I sound like I am shooting

Q: iOS 10: no more airplay to airport express??

It is still available in Control Center. CC now has multiple panes. Swipe up for CC, the Swipe left. You get the Music interface and here you can manage audio airplay

AirPort Express frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Here are some frequently asked questions and answers about AirPort Express, including questions about networking, AirPlay , Printing, and other hardware features.

macOS Sierra: Display pane of Displays System Preferences

in the menu bar that lets you switch between your most frequently used resolutions. Overscan If you’re using a TV as a display and you can’t see the menu bar, select this option. AirPlay Display Use AirPlay Mirroring to wirelessly send what’s on your Mac to another display. Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available Show devices available for AirPlay Mirroring in the menu bar. Gather Windows Moves all open Displays preferences windows to the display where this button is. This button appears

macOS Sierra: Arrangement pane of Displays System Preferences

connected displays. AirPlay Display Use AirPlay Mirroring to wirelessly send what’s on your Mac to another display. Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available Show devices available for AirPlay Mirroring in the menu bar. Gather Windows Moves all open Displays preferences windows to the display where this button is. This button appears only if more than one display is connected to your Mac. SEE ALSO Connect multiple displays to your Mac If your display doesn’t look right If you can’t see

macOS Sierra: Night Shift pane of Displays System Preferences

, scroll down to System Services, click Details, select Setting Time Zone, then click Done. Manual Select to turn on Night Shift; deselect to turn it off. Night Shift remains on until the next day or until you turn it off. Color Temperature Drag the slider to change the color temperature Night Shift uses. AirPlay Display Use AirPlay Mirroring to wirelessly send what’s on your Mac to another display. Show mirroring options in the menu bar when available Show devices available for AirPlay Mirroring

macOS Sierra: Color pane of Displays System Preferences

Open Profile. Delete a custom color profile by clicking Delete Profile. Calibrate Click Calibrate to calibrate your display and create a custom profile that accounts for your current light conditions, and the position and angle of the display. Show profiles for this display only Show only the profiles that can be applied to the display on which you’re viewing Displays preferences. AirPlay Display Use AirPlay Mirroring to wirelessly send what’s on your Mac to another display. Show mirroring options

Q: MacPro Early 2008 - Black Screen problems

( This supposedly was moved to the MacBook Pro forum, this is a MAC PRO problem not an MBP   I started to notice that when I boot up , after the apple screen sometimes my screen goes black and the fan runs at high speed. I have to do a hard shutdown and when I reboot it usually boots right up. But now I notice I can have the machine running for a few hours and all of a sudden the screen goes black and I have to shutdown and reboot cold.   I went ahead and ran Etrecheck and nothing hardware

Q: Mail content black/distorted after 10.12.6 Sierra update

After installing the macOS Sierra 10.12.6 via the App Store updater, the Mail app message pane is either completely black or half black , half distorted images from Mail attachments.   I'll attach a screen shot. The list of mailboxes on the left and the inbox mail in the center column are fine, but the content in the message itself is unreadable. Double clicking on the individual message produces mixed results. If the email contains only forwarded images, the images appear with no distortion

iTunes for Mac: Symbols used in iTunes

; when you click the song, it is “streamed” live to your computer. Black checkmark The song will be included in the specified action. For example, only songs with a checkmark are imported when you import a CD. Speaker with sound lines The song is playing. Eject button Click to eject a CD or disconnect a device. Blue dot next to a movie, TV show, or podcast You haven’t begun to play this item. If this appears next to a TV show season or podcast series, there is at least one episode in the season or series

iPad mini - Technical Specifications

Color Black & Slate White & Silver Models Wi-Fi Wi-Fi + Cellular Size and Weight1 Wi-Fi Height: 7.87 inches (200 mm) Width: 5.3 inches (134.7 mm) Depth: 0.28 inch (7.2 mm) Weight: 0.68 pound (308 g) Wi-Fi + Cellular Height: 7.87 inches (200 mm) Width: 5.3 inches (134.7 mm) Depth: 0.28 inch (7.2 mm) Weight: 0.69 pound (312 g) Storage2 16GB 32GB 64GB Wireless and Cellular Wi-Fi 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi (802.11n 2.4GHz and 5GHz) Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology Wi-Fi + Cellular Model A1454* GSM/EDGE

iTunes for Windows: Symbols used in iTunes

; when you click the song, it is “streamed” live to your computer. Black checkmark The song will be included in the specified action. For example, only songs with a checkmark are imported when you import a CD. Speaker with sound lines The song is playing. Eject button Click to eject a CD or disconnect a device. Blue dot next to a movie, TV show, or podcast You haven’t begun to play this item. If this appears next to a TV show season or podcast series, there is at least one episode in the season or series

iPhone 7 - Technical Specifications

intelligent suggestions in Messages, Mail, QuickType, and more Activate with only your voice using “Hey Siri” Listen and identify songs Learn more about Siri External Buttons and Connectors Home/Touch ID sensor Volume up/down Ring/Silent switch Side button Built-in stereo speaker Built-in microphone Lightning connector Power and Battery9 Lasts up to 2 hours longer than iPhone 6s Talk time ( wireless ): Up to 14 hours on 3G Standby: Up to 10 days Internet use: Up to 12 hours on 3G, Up to 12 hours on LTE, Up

iTunes 11 for Windows: Symbols used in iTunes

been downloaded because you have multiple unplayed episodes. Broadcast icon The song is stored on the Internet; when you click the song, it is “streamed” live to your computer. Black checkmark The song will be included in the specified action. For example, only songs with a checkmark are imported when you import a CD. Speaker with sound lines The song is playing. Eject button Click to eject a CD or disconnect a device. Blue dot next to a movie, TV show, podcast, or iTunes U lesson You haven’t begun to play

iPhone 7 Plus - Technical Specifications

separately)7 Siri8 Use your voice to send messages, set reminders, and more Get intelligent suggestions in Messages, Mail, QuickType, and more Activate with only your voice using “Hey Siri” Listen and identify songs Learn more about Siri External Buttons and Connectors Home/Touch ID sensor Volume up/down Ring/Silent switch Side button Lightning connector Built-in microphone Built-in stereo speaker Power and Battery9 Lasts up to 1 hour longer than iPhone 6s Plus Talk time ( wireless ): Up to 21 hours on 3G

iPhone 6 Plus - Technical Specifications

, and more Get proactive suggestions Use hands-free Listen and identify songs Learn more about Siri External Buttons and Connectors Home/Touch ID sensor Volume up/down Ring/silent On/off-Sleep/wake Microphone Lightning connector 3.5-mm stereo headphone minijack Built-in speaker Power and Battery6 Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter Talk time: Up to 24 hours on 3G Internet use: Up to 12 hours on 3G, up to 12 hours on LTE, up to 12 hours on Wi‑Fi

iPhone 6 - Technical Specifications

, set reminders, and more Get proactive suggestions Use hands-free Listen and identify songs Learn more about Siri External Buttons and Connectors Home/Touch ID sensor Volume up/down Ring/silent On/off-Sleep/wake Microphone Lightning connector 3.5mm headphone jack Built-in speaker Power and Battery6 Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery Charging via USB to computer system or power adapter Talk time: Up to 14 hours on 3G Internet use: Up to 10 hours on 3G, up to 10 hours on LTE, up to 11 hours

iPad (3rd generation) - Technical Specifications

) Fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating Support for display of multiple languages and characters simultaneously Chip Dual-core Apple A5X custom-designed, high-performance, low-power system -on-a-chip with quad-core graphics Wireless and Cellular Wi-Fi Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) Bluetooth 4.0 technology Wi-Fi + Cellular Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) Bluetooth 4.0 technology Model for AT&T: 4G LTE (700, 2100 MHz)3; UMTS/HSPA/HSPA+/DC-HSDPA (850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz); GSM/EDGE (850, 900, 1800, 1900 MHz) Model for Verizon

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