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    Connecting my iPad to an amp.. Wirelessly?

    I'm wanting to connect to an amp... But the distance between amp and iPad would be about 5metres (as the crow flies, if it was wireless) or if I go for a cable (behind the plaster) it would be 8 metres...

    So, would a QED Ilink Bluetooth do the job? When I turn on the ipad's Bluetooth, I don't receive 'devices' in range...

    If I go down the cables route... I'd like a socket plate on the wall (to receive the Jack) using a curly cable from wall to iPad. What would I need and where could I buy the necessary?

    Many thanks for any replies...

    Phil

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    Does your amp use regular RCA jacks? I have been using the DC800 from Motorola - to plug into a bose sound dock - but I could plug it into an amp as well. Works pretty well. There is a little bit of a delay so videos work OK but not the greatest. The audio sounds fine though.

    I actually found mine in a bargin bin at Best Buy for $12.

    I cannot post links yet but the DC800 is available on Amazon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IvanLasston View Post
    Does your amp use regular RCA jacks? I have been using the DC800 from Motorola - to plug into a bose sound dock - but I could plug it into an amp as well. Works pretty well. There is a little bit of a delay so videos work OK but not the greatest. The audio sounds fine though.

    I actually found mine in a bargin bin at Best Buy for $12.

    I cannot post links yet but the DC800 is available on Amazon.
    what is price on amz?

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    Go to google and type in
    Code:
    dc800 site:amazon.com
    It looks like it's 41-47 US Dollars.


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