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Network Players - Apple Music

Relevant Products: EDGE NQ, Azur 851N, CXN v1 & v2, Stream Magic 6 v2

Apple Music is Apple's own streaming service launched in 2015. Apple Music, much like Spotify and TIDAL, gives you access to a vast collection of Music and curated Radio Stations.

You are able to play content from Apple Music on our network players in the following ways: 

 

 Apple AirPlay

You can play any streaming service on your network player using AirPlay from a compatible Apple device.

Choose “More Devices” and select the Apple AirPlay icon  from within your chosen App, Control Centre or iTunes (PC/Mac) and select your Network Player.

 USB from my PC or Mac

Any desktop app can also be played from your PC or Mac through a USB connection to your Cambridge Audio network player when a direct point to point connection is implemented.

Connect a USB A to B cable between your PC or Mac and the Cambridge Audio network player and select “USB Audio” as the desired digital input through the network players’ interface.

 Bluetooth

Audio can also be played over a Bluetooth connection available by connecting the optional BT100 Bluetooth receiver to the Cambridge Audio network player and pairing it to your smart device.  

 

Please Note: You are unable to access music downloaded from Apple Music within the Cambridge Audio Connect app.

The Cambridge Audio Connect app can only playback music you have stored on your phone from your computer or purchased directly from the iTunes Store. 

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