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      Kristy from Chicago, Illinois works in a church with concrete walls that block internet signals. Although they have five routers, the signal still cuts out frequently.

      She often tries to play music from her iPhone on the church’s sound system using Bluetooth … but it constantly disconnects. Kristy asked if there are any ways to boost the Bluetooth signal.

      I told her to stop relying on Bluetooth. Instead, she should use Apple AirPlay, which works over Wi-Fi. If the problems continue, she should replace the wireless access points. I recommended the Belkin Sound Form AirPlay Receiver.

      Lastly, Kristy can utilize Apple Switch Control to control a second iPhone or iPad wired directly to the soundboard. Tap or click here to get started.

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