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I recently purchased an Onkyo TX-NR3007 which is DLNA compliant. I am currently streaming songs to it over my WiFi network using the network capabilities.


However, I would like to stream the sounds of games, websites (lala.com, youtube.com) and applications via the Wifi network because running a cable from PC to receiver will be a pain.


Essentially I am looking for a software "virtual sound card that can output to a DLNA client such as my Onkyo receiver.


Thoughts?
 

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Originally Posted by tyanni /forum/post/18180319


From a quick review of this, it looks like it has a virtual sound card feature that would work for you...


JamCast:
http://www.sdstechnologies.com/


Thanks, strange I searched for this sort of software for some time. Guess my search strings were poor. I am going to download and try it. Thanks.
 

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no problem - I had to try a lot of different strings before I stumbled upon this. Let me know how it works, as I am going to be looking at streaming music & video in the future.
 

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Im trying to get a neet little up to speed easy to use home audio system up and running.

 

Im using a Microsoft surface pro as player, and have tried jamcast.

 

However, jamcast seems to transmit the very same audio as is played in windows, the problem is i cannot turn off the speakers in the surface pro, while at the same time streaming to my Yamaha AV receiver.

 

Am I getting too old for this or is there no really good solution out there for this?

 

Regars CCMOOS
 
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