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Teac h300 do it have aux to play music for your phone

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Yes, it has an AUX input that will work fine for your phone.
Here is a link for the specs:

http://www.hifiengine.com/manual_library/teac/a-h300.shtml

Posted on Feb 09, 2015

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SOURCE: TEAC A-H300 wifi speakers

Nothing beats actually trying it. At least you would have some form of volume control but you might not be able to match it to the wired speakers.

Or use any Line Level output, like Tape. Just don't select the corresponding Tape Monitor as it assumes a sound source coming IN from a Tape Deck. You won't have any volume control this way.

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