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No. I have the service, and when I attempt to Airplay a show to my TV, the video feed dies. Most likely due to some DRM Sony put on these shows.
I think Bluetooth will do. The volume can be controlled using the Siri remote. Also, it won't have the problem of sound lagging with AirPlay. The only problem is that the Apple TV doesn't have a disconnect option for the Bluetooth speakers (this is a problem if you are sharing the same speakers among your computer and your Apple TV). Once you have connected ...
Look at this http://www.yankodesign.com/2012/06/28/vinyl-goes-wireless/ Apparently it has a DLNA/Airplay module. If that module was possibly to buy separately I guess it would solve your (and my) problem, but so far, I haven't found anything. Please update this question if you figure something out.
After doing a bit of searching, I came up with "Mirroring Assist" (https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/mirroring-assist-share-your/id950117741?mt=8). Seems like a good app to use in your case.
I use the THX tune up app on iOS to calibrate my AppleTV over airplay. I've not found a way to get OS X to calibrate things further, but to my eyes, this workaround has been good enough with default settings on OS X.
Soundflower used to be the thing for that kind of task, but it's fallen by the wayside a bit over the past few years. It was originally by Cycling 74, but then Rogue Amoeba took over the hosting. They never did anything further with it & eventually it was open sourced & a couple of newer versions were produced. The latest I'm aware of is a signed ...
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