Overview: SoundWire lets you send any music or audio from your PC to your Android phone
Use it as:
- A wireless extension of your PC-based music system for parties
- A remote headphone amp
- A way to listen to music from your computer anywhere in your house or out on your deck.
The full version of SoundWire can handle up to 10 connections at the same time, and has no ads or interruptions. Unlike Apple's AirPlay you can use any music player on your PC or laptop like Grooveshark, Spotify, YouTube, or iTunes and feed the sound directly to your Android device. SoundWire lets you listen to the free versions of Grooveshark and Spotify on your phone.
SoundWire has low latency (audio delay), which means it can even be used to listen to the soundtrack of a movie or YouTube video while you watch (**Note you must adjust the buffer size in app settings for low latency). There are other uses too... SoundWire can work as a baby monitor or listening device with any W*ndows computer such as a netbook that has a built-in microphone. Or hook up turntables to your computer's line input and stream a live DJ set to another part of the house. SoundWire can also be used over 3G/4G networks, depending on your download speed.
- Real-time audio capture and streaming
- Not locked to one music player
- Excellent sound quality (44.1 kHz or 48 kHz stereo 16-bit PCM)
- Low latency
- Easy to use
Before using SoundWire on your Android you must install and run the SoundWire Server application on the W*ndows PC or laptop which is your source of music, web audio streaming, or other sounds. Download the server at georgielabs.cjb.net