Setting up your own home media server isn't particular easy for the majority. How do you configure your system to share audio and video files across different computers, enable playback through your TV or via your hi-fi? You could purchase something like the Windows Home Media Server or the Apple TV. Alternatively, you could find and use some simple software that will enable you to take your audio collection and stream it to various locations in your house.
Airfoil 2.02 is a tool that will take your audio source and then stream this to your hi-fi. It will hijack your audio source, such as a media player, then stream it to your Airport Express. The latest version will stream to multiple locations, so you can playback the same audio to different locations in your house. The only snag is that this can be affected by old property, so the audio may suffer from thick walls. The download is the for Windows version. The Mac version - which we've found to be a better version - has recently been updated to v3.
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