Living Control systems now have a variety of ways to integrate with apple iPhone, iPad, and iTunes.
We are often asked how our systems integrate with iTunes devices such as the iPod, iPhone, and iPad. There are several ways in which you can do this.
This is the method used by most customers to integrate with Apple products. The audio output from Airport Express can be fed directly into one of our inputs as a source. The Apple TV optical output can be fed into an optical input on our digital input module.
This will then allow you to select and play music directly from your Airplay-capable iPod, iPhone, or iPad in any room. Just select the iPod source from the pad in the required room and play the music from your iPod over Airplay. If you use the iPhone control shown above you can do everything from your iPhone or iPad.
We are happy to provide on-site support for Apple integration. Note that Living Control accept no resposibility for the correct operation of Apple and other third party products. See Consultancy conditions
Simple iPod dock
The audio out from an iPod can be used as an input to any of our systems. Just configure an sources with one channel and name it 'iPod' or whatever else you like. This music is the controlled directly from the iPod.
Systems with a MusicBox NT using a WiFi network can be controlled directly from your iPhone or iPad. Just go to the App Store, find Living Control and download the client app. Note that this product is not supplied by us and we take no responsibilty for its correct operation.
Note that Living Control accept no resposibility for the correct operation of Apple and other third party products.
We intend to supply this Living Control software application free with our MusicBox. It will automatically take non-copy-protected music from your iTunes and load it onto the MusicBox. From there, it can be played and controlled in any room via any of our pads or from an iPhone or iPad.
Copyright restrictions should always be complied with.