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Is it possible (and how) to have all the system sound played on AirPlay? Or at least for some specific (random) application (e.g. Songbird)?

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What you want is AirFoil by Rogue Amoeba. Plays any audio from your system via AirPlay.

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If you have a newer Mac with Mountain Lion you can also use it's built in AirPlay functionality.

Go to System Preferences->Sound and select Apple TV from the Output tab. This will play all system sound from your Mac.

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An easy way to do this in Mountain Lion is to hold down the option key and click on the speaker icon in the menu bar. You then get a list of possible outputs, and will be able to send all audio to your Apple TV or other AirPlay device by selecting it.

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  • -1 - why? It works. – dunxd Feb 19 '13 at 11:20

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