Do you listen to music on your iPad?

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Do you listen to music on your iPad?

  1. Yes

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    44.2%
  2. No

    80 vote(s)
    26.0%
  3. Kinda

    65 vote(s)
    21.1%
  4. Main thing I do while doing other stuff

    27 vote(s)
    8.8%
  1. Peter_Izn
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    Yes. I connect a HDMI and sound cables to amplifier and TV. HDMI cable is long so can control it from my armchair. Also have Sony Bluetooth headphone.
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    Yes. I connect HDMI and sound cables to amplifier and TV. HDMI cable is long so can control it from my armchair, great for viewing pics. Also use Sony bluetooth headphones.
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    I only listen to Christian and classical(including soundtracks) music, but as far as genres go, I like symphonic metal, prog metal, hard rock and symphonic rock. And I also like alternative, acoustic, and indie. And some dance/electronic, and some... Whatever Family Force 5 would be considered.
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    you will enjoy the wireless freedom for audio/video, etc etc, using the apple TV, + more. Apple (Canada) - Apple TV - Now there

    this is an apple tv, with built in wireless.

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    AirPlay and AirPlay Mirroring.
    What you see is what you show.


    Your content. Large and in charge.

    Not only can you stream music, photos and videos to Apple TV from your computer — but thanks to AirPlay, you can also stream it all from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.[SUP]2[/SUP]So if you feel like watching a movie you have on one of your devices, you don’t need to rent or buy it again. You can also stream a home video you just recorded or videos from websites and AirPlay-enabled apps. Simply tap to start playing content on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, then tap again to instantly stream whatever you’re watching — or listening to — directly to Apple TV.

    And now with AirPlay Mirroring, you can wirelessly and securely stream what’s on your iPad 2 or iPhone 4S to your HDTV. So you can show off just about anything you can do on your iPad or iPhone 4S for the whole room to see. Like that awesome new app and your gaming skills (or lack thereof). Learn more about AirPlay
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    All the time.

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    Yes a lot. The quality is good enough for on road or work listening. However iTunes and Music is quite disapointing and is messing up my music quite often. i have to do a lot of extra work on meta info in order to keep things reasonably ordered.
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    Yup... But not allof my music is on my iPad.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    No. I listen to music on my iPod classic 2nd generation (I think) 120GB. I thought about getting itouch 4 years ago but I went for the GBs instead. Used the iPhone 4 when first gen classic was on the fritz.

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    I definitely listen to music on my iPad 2 ...... Make that soothing classical!? ......Norma
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    I voted for 'kinda'
    I keep forgetting that I can listen to music. Yesterday I found a dutch 3fm app. And I listen to the radio that way.
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    No, I use my iPod G4 for music.
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    The thing is the iPad is great to multitask with. Though mine is mainly the device I watch videos on I've been able to download and add to my iTunes library via my iPad without ever touching my computer with mewseek. Still on 4.3.3 for that matter.
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    Ordinarily I use my iPhone for listening to music on the go, but if I'm stationary for a period of time, I will listen to music or podcasts on the iPad.
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    I'm a big Zune person (LOVE my Zune HD...and the Zune Pass can't be beat!) and it goes everywhere with me, so I keep very little music on my iPad (and I use it with Planetary). However, I DO listen to music on my iPad, usually via Pandora, AccuRadio and Aweditorium. The latter is an excellent way to discover new acts.

    Michael "Spam, spam, bacon, eggs and spam. Hold the bacon and eggs." Sent from my iPad 2 using iPF
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    Yes I do. I mainly use Pandora and then at night I use Nightstand app when I go to bed.

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    Yes, I listen to pandora. It is surprisingly loud.

    Sent from Mr_President's iPad using iPF. 32GB 3g
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    Frost wire.com no other great way always listen and blaring I do everything well not completely for you people that want to fix my saying..
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    Pandora, a little bit.

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    seldom listening to mp3 from my lib but prefer to pandora
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    Via Pandora.

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