Sound Networking - How?

May 9, 2009 at 21:34:07
Specs: Windows XP
Hello to all! I have 2 computers in my house that has been networked through a router. The First Computer don't have any sound devices (or sound cards), that's why the first computer cannot produce any sound, but the second computer have sond device and therefore can make sounds or can play music.

I wonder if it is posible that the sound of the first computer could be send to the the other computer and the music' sound that has been played in the first computer will come out to the other computer. Is there a software that can do this? Or let's say, sound networking....

Thank You in advance and God bless!!!

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May 10, 2009 at 13:54:19
if the first computer can't produce sound, if you were able to send it across the network, what would the sound come out of?

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May 11, 2009 at 05:45:26
There are various ways you can do this, one of my favored is with the use of broadcasting software. At the moment I'm using Nicecast which can hijack any system audio and broadcast it across the internet or on a local network, I use it to play the same audio throughout every room in the house. All you need is a m3u compatible media player such as itunes or WMP. Although without a soundcard your system won't be able to produce any audio, get a cheap usb one off ebay!

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May 12, 2009 at 00:41:39
Thanks for replying wanderer. The sound will come out to the other computer as if it have sound card.

Thangk you!

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