All iPhone owners should take advantage of the technology and learn how to connect an iPhone to a home stereo. It would be absolutely cool to listen to audio from your iPhone through your home speakers. The good news is that it's absolutely possible. It's as easy as hooking up your headphones to your home stereo.
You will need the following.
- Audio adapter
- Disconnect any headset or headphones from your iPhone. It is important to disconnect all audio devices from the iPhone, because it could alter results. That includes, bluetooths, headphones, and all headsets. A charger could be connected, but the headphone port shouldn't be occupied.
- Connect the adapter to your iPhone. The audio adapter has two ends. One will fit your iPhone headphone port and the other will fit your home stereo. The headphone port on any iPhone os 3.5mm. Start by inserting the end that is compatible with your iPhone. Please note that some adapters come with more than 2 or more electrical parts on one end, but as long as two seperate ends fit the stereo and iPhone.
- Connect the other end of the adapter to your home stereo. Once the 3.5mm electrical part of the adapter is secure, then insert the other end of the adapter into your home stereo port for headphones. Make sure that it is securely inserted. Please note that the electrical part for a stereo may vary. Some may be 3.5mm or larger, so be sure to pay attention to your stereo's port size.
- Play any sounds from your iPhone. You could go to your music library or anywhere on your iPhone to play a sound. This will be a test to see if the two devices are connected properly. If so, then any sound played from the iPhone should play from your home stereo.
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