Yamaha MusicCast, as a leading audio system, always brings people a delightful listening experience. Some music lovers may like to build a professional listening room to enjoy music. For these people, Yamaha MusicCast is a great choice. Yamaha MusicCast has used advanced technology to preserve high-quality audio for you and through this system, you can enjoy your music in multiple rooms.
To stream the latest and hit music, Apple Music should be your first choice. It has an excellent user experience. If you are an Apple Music user and want to play Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast, here’s the right place. In this article, we would like to show you 3 methods to play Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast.
Part 1. Best Method to Listen to Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast
Since Apple Music files are in encrypted M4P format, you can’t play these encoded audio files on Yamaha MusicCast directly. The best way to play Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast is to use an Apple Music converter to download Apple Music to MP3. Then you can play the converted Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast without limit.
Tunelf Audio Converter can download and convert Apple Music into MP3, AAC, FLAC, WAV, and other universal formats with original quality. The audio converter can also preserve the ID3 tags and you can edit them if you want. With Tunelf, you can also adjust the parameters of output tracks, such as speed, bit rate, sample rate, volume, and so on. It also supports converting iTunes audiobooks and Audible audiobooks for offline playing.
Key Features of Tunelf Audio Converter
- Convert Apple Music to MP3, WAV, FLAC, AAC, and other audio formats
- Remove DRM from Apple Music, iTunes audios, and Audible audiobooks
- Preserve the converted audio with lossless audio quality and ID3 tags
- Support the conversion of audio format at a 30× faster speed in batch
Now let’s see how to use Tunelf Audio Converter to download Apple Music for playing on Yamaha MusicCast. All you need is a computer, the iTunes app, and Tunelf Audio Converter. Make sure you are in a strong network.
Step 1 Put Apple Music You Need to Tunelf
Simply start Tunelf Audio Converter on your PC, and it will load iTunes. There are three techniques for adding music that you want to convert. You may add music to the interface by dragging and dropping them. Alternatively, you may explore your music by selecting the Load iTunes Library button, or you can identify the folder where you save songs by clicking the Add Files button.
Step 2 Change Output Format and Parameters
Then, by selecting the Format panel, pick the audio format and adjust the output parameters. You may choose MP3 from the list of audio formats in this box. You may also change the bit rate, sampling rate, codec, and channel to improve audio quality. Once you’re happy with the settings, click the OK button to store them all and return to the Tunelf software’s interface.
Step 3 Convert Apple Music for Playing
To begin converting Apple Music tracks, click the Convert button in the bottom right corner. When the conversion is complete, your files will be stored in the default converted folder. By selecting the Converted icon, you may travel to the historical list of converted Apple Music tracks. You may now easily transfer Apple Music tracks to a USB disk.
Part 2. How to Stream Apple Music to Yamaha MusicCast with AirPlay
If you have iOS devices, you are lucky. Yamaha MusicCast has supported AirPlay now. Though you can’t stream Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast directly, you can use AirPlay to stream Apple Music. If you want to know how just follow the guide below.
1) Ensure that your iOS device and MusicCast device are both connected to the same network.
2) On your iOS device, launch the Apple Music app.
3) Start playing music you like, then go to the playing page.
4) At the bottom, click the AirPlay icon.
5) Choose the Yamaha MusicCast device to which you wish to stream.
Part 3. How to Play Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast via Bluetooth
If you don’t have iOS devices, here’s another universal method for you. What you need to do is to connect your device and Yamaha MusicCast with Bluetooth. If you want to know how you can follow the steps below.
1) Switch the Bluetooth connection of your MusicCast Bluetooth device to pairing mode.
2) In the MusicCast Controller app, select Bluetooth.
3) Choose the Bluetooth device to which you wish to stream.
4) Press the Done button.
5) Launch the Apple Music app on your device and begin to play.
Part 4. More about Playing Music through Yamaha MusicCast
Yamaha released MusicCast, a working wireless multi-room audio system, in 2003. The key selling point of MusicCast is its wireless control. You may send, receive, and exchange music and audio through compatible Yamaha products over Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. Home theater receivers, stereo receivers, wireless speakers, soundbars, and powered wireless speakers are among the items available. Yamaha MusicCast is also compatible with Amazon Alexa devices such as the Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, Amazon Tap, and Amazon Fire TV. This strong audio system will allow you to simply enjoy your music at home.
We have collected 3 methods for listening to Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast. You can use AirPlay or Bluetooth to connect your device and Yamaha MusicCast for playing music with the network. If you want to play Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast without a network, you can choose Tunelf Audio Converter. It’s a great tool to convert Apple Music to MP3 for offline playing.
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3 replies on “How to Play Apple Music on Yamaha MusicCast”
Do I need to download Tunelf app to iPhone to play Apple Music from iPhone 14 via AirPlay and/or Bluetooth to MusicCast receiver?
Thanks in advance.
No, you don’t need to download Tunelf to your iPhone.But you need to use Tunelf to change the audio format of Apple Music for playing on MusicCast without limits.
Thanks for your response. Can I download Tunelf to my iPhone and do the conversions there or do I have to download Tunelf to the (Windows) computer to do the conversions there and then transfer the converted songs to the iPhone from the computer?