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How to connect an iPod to a speaker Yamaha Bar

Yamaha speaker bar is a long, thin speaker system that is typically connected to a television because she can sit on the set. However, many people store their music libraries on iPods, and if you want one of those people you can connect your iPod directly to the Yamaha speaker bar. This is a fairly simple task that can be achieved in just a few moments.


1. Place the iPod in the iPod speaker dock from Yamaha as a bar, or connect your iPod through your door in the background that comes out the opposite. Depending on the model, the speaker dock or a bar directly above the control panel or a cable that runs from the back of the unit.


2. Power bar speaker Yamaha, do the same with your iPod.


3. Choose your music to play through the iPod screen. Press "Play" and you should listen to music through the speaker bar.

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A speaker bar is a (usually portable) speaker system that includes a dock for an iPod. The unit is usually bar-shaped, with either a rectangular or cylindrical cross-section. Connecting an iPod to a speaker bar is usually as simple as plugging it in. Many speaker bars will also charge the iPod while it is connected. However some do not have an iPod dock, in which case the iPod must be connected by a 3.5mm audio cable.


Instructions

Things You'll Need:

* 3.5mm cable (for some speaker bars)


Turn the iPod on. Look to see if the speaker bar has a dock for the iPod. The dock will fit an iPod perfectly and will generally be located in the center of the speaker bar. There will be a connector that resembles the connector on the docking cable that came with the iPod. Place the iPod on the docking station and turn on the speaker bar. Such is the case with the "2.1 Channel Bar Speaker with Dock for iPod" or the "Yamaha YAS-71BL Front Surround Speaker System"


iPod headphones use a 3.5mm audio cable.

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Connect the iPod via the 3.5mm cable. If the speaker bar does not have a docking station it will have a 3.5mm cable connector with a jack like the headphone jack on iPod ear pods. Plug the 3.5mm cable in the iPod headphone jack. Plug the other end in the iPod. Turn on the speaker bar. The procedure is straight forward and Apple specifically designed the headphone jack with third party stereos in mind.


Select a song on the iPod and play it. The speaker bar will play the music from the iPod.

Hope that helped..

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