It is not difficult to stream music wirelessly from an iPod. I am going to show some options, some of which only require a minimal amount of gear while others can be rather costly but offer a higher degree of performance.
If you have the latest-generation iPod Touch or iPhone, you are already set to stream audio wirelessly. This is because these products have integrated Wifi. WiFi is more than suitable for streaming music. However, there is no specific standard that dictates how audio is to be embedded into the WiFi signal. Some methods to embed audio are shown at http://www.amphony.com/products/ipod-docking-station.htm. As such youll have to consult the manufacturers of wireless speakers or wireless receiver that receive the WiFi signal. Usually manufacturers of WiFi wireless products will offer an application that you can install on your iPod. The quickest way to find this application is by visiting the support pages on the manufacturer website or by looking for the model number on Apples app store.
Some of the newest Apple devices also include Bluetooth. Bluetooth is more standardized in terms of how the audio is to be embedded. As such you should be able to get a pair of Bluetooth speakers and get them working without any issues. However, proprietary wireless systems will give you better range. Bluetooth is limited to around 50 feet.
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