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Retrieved September 20, The New York Times. Retrieved June 12, Retrieved January 12, Mac Rumors. Retrieved April 2, In order to stream all audio from your Mac using AirPlay, you just need to change the audio output of your Mac.
You can do this one of two ways:. The first is by launching System Preferences , clicking on Sound , followed by the Output tab.
Select the appropriate speaker or Apple TV from the list of options. The easier method is to hold down the Option key on your keyboard, then click on the speaker icon in your menu bar.
You will then see a list of audio output devices, including any Apple TVs or AirPlay speakers on the local network. Once you change the audio output to an AirPlay device, all audio coming from your Mac will go through the Apple TV, and not the internal speakers on your Mac. To change the audio output back to your Mac's internal speakers, you can either Option-click on the speaker icon again and select internal speakers, or go back into System Preferences and change it there.
Click each speaker or TV that you want to play the current audio to. Under Output, select a speaker that you want to stream audio to. You can't AirPlay to multiple speakers from the menu bar on a Mac.
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