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How to share Speakers via Network

SpeakerShare is a practical and reliable Java based application that helps you to share the connected speaker with other computers effortlessly.



It is able to transfer sounds in uncompressed PCM format (also known as Pulse-code modulation) used to represent sampled analog signals.



The main window of the application is very simple and easy to work with. You can navigate between two tabs, namely 'Use' and 'Share' and let other computers to connect to your speakers immediately.



The Use tab of the application enables you to choose the mixer you are interested in such as headphones, speakers and port capture microphones. The 'Speaker' section allows you to view the name of the computer you want to share your speakers from.



By accessing the Share tab, you can easily choose the mixer you are interested in, then press the 'Share' button. After that, you can preview all the available PCs in the Speaker section so you need to use this tab firstly in order to configure the application properly.



The 'Connected Client' allows you to view all the connected computers to your speakers so you can rest assured that you will know which PC uses your shared speakers.



However, a drawback of SpeakerShare is that it does not allow you to manage all the connected computers the way you want, such as removing them from the list and restricting their access to your speakers.



Considering all of the above, SpeakerShare is a useful and effective program that comes in handy for users who need to let other computers to connect to their speakers by sharing them with ease.

It Runs on: Windows All



Some alternatives are :- Airfoil, WiFi2HiFi


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