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About Merrihew1

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  1. I agree with you, silverhead, that the Kindle isn't a Bluetooth device and it isn't going to communicate with Amplifi. I was "fishing" for someone that uses the Kindle HD and, predictably, it makes sense that no one is using it because the HD doesn't have Bluetooth. So, here's what I did. I had the Amplifi Remote app downloaded from iTunes. I deleted it, and downloaded it from my iPhone 4. It downloaded the last compatible app. I have the App on my phone. I expect to receive the Amplifi tomorrow, I will do the Firmware update on my iMac and, then, see how the Remote works on the unit.
  2. I waaannnnt it function as a Bluetooth device since I have an iMac and an iPhone 4 (and watch the app crash before launching). I think it's reasonable to try to find a way to make it work with the expensive computing equipment I already own........ ya know.
  3. I have a feeling that the Kindle isn't going to work because of the lack of Bluetooth. But, I will have an awesome Bluetooth streaming audio player. Should I just open a support ticket?
  4. I would like iMac compatibility. I like GarageBand and would be nice to use Amplifi like you can use POD HD. All in one place and easy.
  5. I have an Amplifi 75 on the way to me. I have a POD HD400 that I manage with my iMac, and thought I could do the same with the Amplifi. I have tried to install the Amplifi Remote to my old iPhone 4, that didn't work. So, I went to Amazon and checked the Kindle store on a whim. They had the remote and I downloaded it. Then, set to research how to make the Android system work. Amazon says that I have to download the MS Utility at line6.com, but which MS utility (the Kindle is Andriod OS). I've seen a lot of complaining and needing Bluetooth. My Kindle HD doesn't have Bluetooth, but it does have USB. If anyone could get me to functionality, it would be greatly appreciated. The simpler the instructions, the better for me. I've figured out a lot of tech stuff in my life, but would rather get it right the first time rather screwing it up 10X first.
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