Wireless network speakers

  • Soundseeder

    Commercial Windows Linux Android Website

    Listen to your music on multiple devices in sync
    share your music with friends
    Build a free multiroom audio system
    Connect up to 16 devices simultaneously
    Use SoundSeeder with every existing Wi-Fi network
    Supports Wi-Fi direct and Androids built-in portable Hotspot
    Full-featured Music Player with Media Library and Equalizer
    Database with more than 4500 Online Radio Stations
    Experimental Google Music support
    SoundSeeder is supported by Android 4.1+
    Speaker App available for Android 2.2+
    Windows and Linux Speaker Application (Raspberry Pi support)


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  • AudioStreamer

    Free Windows Linux Website

    AudioStreamer is a free web-based audio streamer which gives you easy access to your music. It turns your PC in a streaming webserver. So you can listen to your music from everywhere and on any device(tablet, desktop, smartphone, ...) with a webbrowser..


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  • Stream What You Hear

    Free Windows Website

    Stream What You Hear (SWYH) is a Windows application to broadcast the sound of your computer (ie: “what you hear”) on an UPnP/DLNA device such as TVs, amps, network receivers, game consoles, etc...


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  • WiFi Audio Wireless Speaker

    Free Windows Linux Android Android Tablet Website

    This App makes your Android device a wireless speaker.

    How it works:
    Download Windows or Linux executables on your machine depending on the OS
    Run WiFi Audio Android App and Press start, you will see IP address of mobile device in the bottom
    after that run Windows/Linux application and put mobile device's IP address in the IP address field and then press start on PC application. Now all audio coming out from PC will be send to mobile device and you will hear audio on mobile device.


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  • Stardock Acoustic Bridge

    Commercial Windows Website

    Acoustic Bridge gives you the power to redirect audio from one PC to the speakers of another PC. This enables you to send the sound from a PC with your music collection to any other PC on your network. You could even visit friends and redirect your PC audio output to their PC and speakers. Use the best speakers available wherever you are.

    Centralize the sound output from multiple PCs to a single PC. This enables you to transfer the audio output from any application, such as chat, e-mail, stock price alerts, or video/media players, from your desktop to your laptop.

    Redirecting your PC audio output is as simple as clicking the Acoustic Bridge icon to toggle sound between your local PC and another PC. Acoustic Bridge will send or receive sound from any PC on the network that has Acoustic Bridge installed.

    Install Acoustic Bridge on up to 4 PCs for one price!


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  • StreamToMe

    Commercial Mac Windows iPhone iPad Website

    StreamToMe is an app for Windows, Mac OSX, and iOS that lets you stream music and video files (in a wide variety of formats) live from another computer.

    StreamToMe requires its accompaniment, ServeToMe, to be installed on your desktop computer.

    Music and video do not need to be pre-converted to an iPhone size or format — the ServeToMe application converts files to a friendly format on-the-fly, so a single touch will start playback in as little as 5 seconds. It can play a huge range of video and music formats including MP4, AVI, MOV, FLV, MPG, MKV, MP3, AAC, WMA and WMV formats.


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  • SoundWire

    Freemium Windows Linux Android Raspberry Pi Website

    SoundWire lets you send any music or audio ("what you hear now") from your Windows or Linux PC to your Android mobile devices.


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  • Airfoil

    Freemium Mac Website

    Send any audio to the AirPort Express. Send any audio to AirPort Express units, Apple TVs, and even other Macs and PCs, all in sync! Airfoil for Mac gives you your audio - everywhere.
    You can send audio to multiple outputs around your house, all in sync, and with Airfoil Speakers, you can turn any computer into a remote audio output.

    With Airfoil, you can transmit any audio from your computer out to compatible receivers, which are:
    Apple TVs, Windows, Mac and Linux computers, Android and iOS devices, Third-Party AirPlay Devices.

    (Free trial version adds noise after 10 minutes of transmission.)


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  • AudioRelay

    Freemium Windows Android Website

    Use your phone as a wireless speaker.

    Easily listen to music, movies or games wirelessly from your device.


    • Lag free
    • Simple setup: automatic PC discovery
    • Resilient: automatic recovery from connection loss
    • Customize: change the buffer settings
    • Uses audio compression to reduce network usage (https://opus-codec.org/ ))

    Optional premium features

    • Play/pause playback directly from the notification
    • Custom buffer settings
    • No ads
    • Future premium features

    Audio hiccups can occur in the following situations:
    Your PC or Android device is put under strain by other processes
    Your WiFi signal is too weak (e.g: you are too far from your router)

    Beware that constantly receiving audio in real-time is quite an intensive task, the app will probably use a good amount of battery.

    The app displays ads but <b>doesn't</b> do any audio interruption. 👍

    Visit https://audiorelay.net to install the server on your PC.
    At the moment, only Windows is supported.

    The app uses the ports 59100 and 59200.


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