Question about Cell Phones
You can try one of two ways:
1. If your speaker has a headphone jack, you can connect your cellphone to the speaker headphone jack-to-headphone jack using an audio cable with headphone plugs at both ends.
2. If your speaker/subwoofer combination is Bluetooth-enabled, pair your cellphone with the Bluetooth speaker.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 16, 2014
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