Yes. Connect an audio cable to the headphone jack.
A passive sub-woofer does work when plugged in to an amplifier. In an active sub-woofer ("powered") the amplifier is built in.
If your iPad is unable to turn on, try a "hard reset" while it is still plugged into charger.
Use the App Store within the iPad or iTunes on your computer when the iPad is plugged into it.
Yes. An acoustic-electric guitar plugs into an amplifier the same way a regular electric guitar does.
no , plug the guitar into an amplifier than the amplifier into the outlet otherwise you won't hear any sound
There are many types of guitar effects and volume pedals. The cable from the guitar is plugged into the jack marked IN and another cable is plugged into the one labled OUT and then plugged into the Amplifier.
By plugging it into an amplifier and turning up the volume with the controls on the amplifier, or plug them into an iPad with Garage Band on it. I think Garage Band only cost less than $10, and if you dont have an iPad there only about $500 depending on the size of it.
when the guitar players play any kind of guitar as you can see there close to a micro phone which projects soundBaYmArFor electric guitars:They make wireless transmitters that plug into the guitar and it sends the signal to a reviver that is plugged into the amplifier.
through George Beauchamps invention called the single coil pickup and plugged into an amplifier.
An active antenna is powered antenna, this includes a RF amplifier and a power supply so it must be "plugged in" somewhere. A standard "passive" antenna has no amplifier.
When you pluck a string on an electric guitar that is plugged in to an amplifier, the pick-ups underneath the strings "hear" the sound, and send it through to the amplifier, projecting the sound of the string plucked.