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iphone 6 source to devialet using optical
« on: Nov 18, 2015 at 03:25 AM »
i am planing to buy a devialet panthom speaker.
my original plan isnto use my iphone 6 /ipad air as source with an adapter

to ipure20

which has an optical out going to the devialet speaker


...will it work?
pls HELP

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Re: iphone 6 source to devialet using optical
« Reply #1 on: Nov 18, 2015 at 04:14 AM »
1st of all, guaranteed ba ng iPure20 na supported nya yung iPhone6/iPad Air using that adapter?  I have tried that adapter (but the one with short wire for more flexibility) sa iPhone 6 and 6+ and iPad Air sa bahay to my 30-pin Philips 9000 series speaker - hindi supported yung speaker ayon sa phones.  Before trying that, I had read reviews about the Philips 9000 speaker and it was supposed to support iPhone5/5S using that adapter, but I couldn't make it to work with iPhone6/+
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Re: iphone 6 source to devialet using optical
« Reply #2 on: Nov 18, 2015 at 05:50 AM »
i am planing to buy a devialet panthom speaker.
my original plan isnto use my iphone 6 /ipad air as source with an adapter

to ipure20

which has an optical out going to the devialet speaker


...will it work?
pls HELP

Why not use Bluetooth? I connected my iPhone via Bluetooth and it paired ok sa HIFI show.

Since you like Peachtree products, you can get the BT1 module which you can connect via toslink to the Devialet and connect that to your iPhone via Bluetooth.