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I would like to use the TIme Capsule as a server and stream music from it to B&W Zeppelin. Would it be possible and can I control control the playback and volume through my iPhone?
If this does not work, is there a way to use a Mac as a server for music, have Zeppelin to play it back and use iPhone to control it?
- Asked by Svyatoslav S
- Mar 12, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (time capsule)
Is the power supply also adaptable to 220 V?
Can I swichtch the power mode from 110V to 220V?
- Asked by Günther K
- Feb 26, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (Is the power supply also adaptable to 220 V?)
What are the range limitations from the wfi router or iPhone?
Does the speaker have to be within a certain range of the wifi router? Also can I play music from my iPhone from anywhere in the house once the iPhone is within range of the router?
- Asked by Bill S
- Nov 25, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (What are the range limitations from the wfi router or iPhone?)
Is there any way to connect my TV to the Zeppelin Air wirelessly so that I can listen to TV and movies through the Zeppelin Air?
Hi, I am planning to buy the Zeppelin Air and wanted to know if there’s any way to connect my TV to it wirelessly so that I can listen to movies through either both the TV speakers and the Zeppelin Air or just through the Zeppelin Air? I’m also buying a new TV so can purchase one with sufficient capabilities if needed. Thanks.
2. How do you connect to a wifi network so that you can use air play?
Im worried that the strange way you have to connect to my school network will mean i won't be able to connect the speakers to the wifi.. You have to go through steps such as entering passwords and usernames...
- Asked by Tom C
- Nov 7, 2012
- Flag as inappropriate (2. How do you connect to a wifi network so that you can use air play?)
If I buy 2 of these speakers, would they be able to connect to the wi-fi and function as one system?
I am looking at buying two Zeppelin Airs to replace my old sound system. I am thinking of connecting it via wi-fi. The limitations in the past is that only one system can operate at any one time. So is it possible to connect both and make it function at the same time is what I'm trying to figure out.
- Asked by Nolan L from Portland
- Apr 12, 2011
- Flag as inappropriate (If I buy 2 of these speakers, would they be able to connect to the wi-fi and function as one system?)