How to listen to iPhone/bluetooth through my main sytem

Hello. I have an integrated amp with built-in Bluetooth capability but am looking at a few non Bluetooth integrateds to buy. What do I need to buy to enable my new integrated to play a Bluetooth signal and where do I plug it in on my integrated? Sorry for the basic question, I just can't seem to find the answer.
I assume that you do not have a DAC? Your current integrated has a DAC built in if it has Bluetooth. You either need an outboard DAC with BT or a separate DAC and separate BT receiver. "Wyred 4 Sound" has one of the best outboard Bluetooth streamer/reclocker it’s called the bLink. And it sounds fantastic! You will not believe how good BT can sound. It will however require a separate DAC.
Or for a simpler less expensive option try one of these:
It has a DAC built in for an all in one solution that will hook right up to your integrated amp with an RCA cable.

The Wyred 4 Sound bLink and good DAC will sound better though.
Good luck!
Go to Best Buy. They can help you.

seriously, grab a Bluetooth receiver like a Bluesound node 2. It does so much more.

otherwise cheap BT units are like $70 and go into your input R A jacks on any one of 3-4 inputs on your amp.

but, some research. That’s an easy google.

It's hard to keep track of what's happening with your iPhone when you're on the go. While there are a number of ways you can listen to it - using a speaker, a wireless headset, or even using a Bluetooth receiver - sometimes all you want is a straight-through line from your computer. In this blog article, we'll explain how to do just that.

iPhone/Bluetooth Volume

When using an iPhone or Bluetooth device, it's often desirable to be able to hear the audio clearly without having to adjust the volume on your main system. There are a few methods you can use to achieve this.

Method 1: Using the iPhone's Volume Control Panel

The first option is to use the iPhone's Volume Control Panel. This allows you to adjust the audio levels for all apps running on the device, as well as the system sound.

You can access the Volume Control Panel by pressing and holding down the home button and selecting "Volume Control". The panel will appear along the bottom of the screen.

To increase or decrease the audio level for an app, simply drag the slider up or down. To change the system volume, tap on the "Sound" tab and then tap on "Volume".

The slider at the top of the screen will change its position, indicating how loud the system sound is currently set. You can also press and hold down on one of the buttons at the bottom of the screen (the ones with numbers) to increase or decrease that particular volume level.

Method 2: Turning On Audio Output Via Settings App

When trying to listen to music or audiobooks on an iPhone or Bluetooth speaker through your main system, there are a few things that can go wrong. Here are some tips for troubleshooting: 

1. Make sure your iPhone is connected to the same network as your main system. If it's not, you'll need to set up a wireless connection. 
2. Make sure your Bluetooth speaker is connected to the same network as your iPhone. 
3. Make sure your iPhone and Bluetooth speaker is properly configured for pairing. 
4. Check to see if there is interference from other devices in the vicinity, such as cordless phones, microwaves, and other wireless devices. 
5. Try re-pairing your iPhone and Bluetooth speaker if they were previously paired but not working. 
6. Try turning off all other devices in the vicinity and turning on only the iPhone and BlueTooth speaker, then turning on the main system.


When you are trying to listen to your iPhone or Bluetooth device through your main system, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, make sure that your main system is up-to-date with the latest security patches.

Second, be sure that the audio output on your main system is enabled and configured correctly. Third, make sure that your Bluetooth device is paired and connected to your main system. Finally, make sure that the audio settings on your iPhone or Bluetooth device are set to 'Bluetooth Audio' and not 'Speaker'.