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    To keep it short. I'm looking for a app that plays whatever sounds I play on my PC.
     

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    Try Gmote, works as PC remote and I believe you can also stream to your phone from your PC with it as well.
     
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    Try a combination of jamcast on a pc and tunewiki on your phone


    I've used jamcast to stream pandora audio to a wii.
     
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    For those of you who have been beating yourselves up looking for a solution, bite the bullet and shell out the 30 clams for Jamcast server. It works perfectly. It was easy to setup. And they have a free client for the Android. I was up and running in 10 minutes and have been listening to a streaming radio broadcast on my phone without interruption for the last hour. Very minimal, and I emphasize minimal (like a few seconds per hour) of buffering interruptions.
     
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    I can't wait to try this .. sounds EXACTLY like what I want ... simply a remote speaker for my TV so I can leave the receiver turned down and "remote" listen to my media center while the TV is on.

    I'll be happy to shell out for the pay version if it works as it sounds!
     
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    WiFi Speaker does the same thing as SoundWire except better:
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pixelface.android.audio

    Its cleaner. Actually pleasurable to look at. Also WiFi Speaker is a lot easier to use, and allows you to actually select the PCM audio format you want.

    WiFi Speaker even has a graphics equalizer!

    Soundwire just feels dated and clunky. Its confusing to use, and sometimes slow...
     
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