use airtunes (on a recent mac) and an airport expres connected to audio-in of a tam
so you don't have to convert al your music to mp3 nor use itunes on the tam
the tam hum, ...the bose unit ( power supply)
option click on 'Tam subwoofer buzz fix' to download the tambuzzfix.pdf
I just stumbled over this thread and want to share my experiences with you, as I am a long-time Mac user, now finally owning a TAM for about half a year now - and going wireless with it. :)
The problem you will encounter is that there is simply no OS9-compatible wireless hardware for the TAM. I looked around some years ago for my 5500 and finally found one single solution - macwireless.com
They used to have a PCI-card and a USB stick with drivers for OS9. It works with 80211b, fast enough for the TAM, rather slow for everything else you think about (AppleTV). Remember that the network will be just as fast as its slowest client.
I bought one of the last factory new sticks from the website, now they're all gone, as far as I can tell. I think it will be quite hard to find one on ebay or so. You have to configure your airport to 80211b and 128bit WEP encryption to make it work with all your Apple devices.
I don't know if there are compatible sticks that might work with the software from macwireless.
Hope this helped you a bit
Thanks for the good info Retrowurst! I've decided to put doing much with my TAM on hold for right now. I really don't have the extra money that I'd like, and I'm trying to see if I can start a photography business on the side. I will bookmark, and save some PDF's of the website that you suggested. When I get back to playing around with the TAM, I sure will need them! I figured that getting it wireless would be a long shot, but it'll be an interesting project someday!!
Hope you've been having lots of fun with your TAM! I have the buzz that some TAM's have, but I'm thinking it might be a bad Pram Battery. I might try to get a new one this Summer, and hope it will clear up!
Thanks again!! :-) :-)