If you are already have an Apple computer with iTunes such as Mac mini, iMac or even Macbook or Macbook Air and want to stream your music to your yard, patio, or your terrace, or any corner in your home, here is how to do it.
There are three ways to complete this requirement, it’s depend on what you are already own, if you are already have a pair of spare speakers, and it can be use outdoor, you can use Airport express which is wireless receptor, it will receive your iTunes music via home network and drive it to your connect speakers, this is the money saver way if you are already have a speaker, just buy an Airport express and you can enjoy iTunes music anywhere you like.
Or if you don’t have a spare speakers and also looking for the way to upgrade your speaker, Airplay enable speaker buying is one of the interesting choice, this type of speaker comes with a the built-in wifi spot so you can stream your iTune music to this type of speaker easily, the one that I think you might check out is JBL On Air Wireless, it came out quite sometime and now with 30% discount, but if you are in the budget control I think another way is bluetooth speaker buying, it may not as wide as wifi but it’s cheaper and can be use as well such as 14% discount Jawbone JAMBOX.
If you love listening to Wi-Fi music, there are many choice of devices that you would like to check out. If you love to listen to the internet radio, the easiest way to do it is via the standalone internet radio like Logitech Squeezebox or Grace Digital (Click here to read more details @ cutehamstervideo.com)
But if you are already own an IPad or IPod Touch 4G that come with wireless bluetooth feature, you might like to check out IPad wireless speaker or hybrid IPad speaker dock and bluetooth such as JAWBONE JAMBOX or Soundfreaq Sound Platform (Click here to read more details on ipadwirelessspeaker.com You can also listen internet radio via your IPad or IPod.
But if you are an owner of supercool home theater system or audiophile system, listening Wi-Fi internet radio via your internet ready streaming player may not a bad choice either. Just connect your internet ready streaming player or Blu-ray Disc player such as Apple TV, Roku via HDMI and that’s it (Click here for more details).