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  1. #1
    Eric Loomis
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    How do I stream what the slimp3 is playing to other PCs forwhole house audio???

    I have a question that I think may have already been posted but Im not
    sure I still understand if its possible, and if so, how?

    First I have the original slimp3 unit. Its been going strong for over
    5 months now and Ive never had to touch it. More than I can say for
    the 6 computers we have on the network :-( Luckily, the home I
    purchased had speakers running to most of the first floor rooms and both
    the front porch and rear deck. I must say sitting on mty back deck with
    my wireless laptop, switching playlists remotely makes most of my geek
    friends wildley jealous!

    Anyway, I have my slimp3 located in the basement (again, luckily the
    house had net jacks in every room) next to my amp and where the speaker
    wire is home run to. However, on the second floor there are no speakers.
    However, I have PCs in all but one room. Question is.is there any way
    I can configure a standard mp3 player (on each PC) to play the same
    streams that are currently playing on the MP3 and over the speakers on
    the main floor? That way I could leave the speakers (on the PCs) turned
    up a bit and have true whole house audio.

    I have the slimp3 server running on an upstairs server (P4, 1G RAM,
    Windows XP HE, 200G HD).

    Any help is greatly appreciated as it is annoyingly quiet upstairs. Not
    sure why the previous owners only installed speakers on the main floor.
    Guess I cant really complain though at least I have a solution.

    Regards,
    eloomis (AT) woh (DOT) rr.com

    PS> When are they going to have slimp3 shirts!! Id love to personally
    advertise for such a great product!!!

  2. #2
    Jack Coates
    Guest

    How do I stream what the slimp3 is playing to other PCsfor whole house audio???

    On Sat, 2004-01-24 at 16:43, Eric Loomis wrote:
    > I have a question that I think may have already been posted but I’m
    > not sure I still understand if its possible, and if so, how?
    >
    >
    >
    > First I have the original slimp3 unit. It’s been going strong for
    > over 5 months now and I’ve never had to touch it. More than I can say
    > for the 6 computers we have on the network L Luckily, the home I
    > purchased had speakers running to most of the first floor rooms and
    > both the front porch and rear deck. I must say sitting on mty back
    > deck with my wireless laptop, switching playlists remotely makes most
    > of my geek friend’s wildley jealous!
    >
    >
    >
    > Anyway, I have my slimp3 located in the basement (again, luckily the
    > house had net jacks in every room) next to my amp and where the
    > speaker wire is home run to. However, on the second floor there are no
    > speakers. However, I have PCs in all but one room. Question is….is
    > there any way I can configure a standard mp3 player (on each PC) to
    > play the same streams that are currently playing on the MP3 and over
    > the speakers on the main floor? That way I could leave the speakers
    > (on the PCs) turned up a bit and have true “whole house? audio.
    >


    not the same stream, no. Your best bet is going to be more stereo
    equipment upstairs, IMHO.

    >
    >
    > I have the slimp3 server running on an upstairs server (P4, 1G RAM,
    > Windows XP HE, 200G HD).
    >
    >
    >
    > Any help is greatly appreciated as it is annoyingly quiet upstairs.
    > Not sure why the previous owners only installed speakers on the main
    > floor. Guess I can’t really complain though – at least I have ½ a
    > solution.
    >
    >
    >
    > Regards,
    >
    > eloomis (AT) woh (DOT) rr.com
    >
    >
    >
    > PS> When are they going to have slimp3 shirts!! I’d love to personally
    > advertise for such a great product!!!
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
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    >

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