Listening to music happens today especially streaming. Only few people have a cd player or a record player in the living room. There are services such as Spotify and iTunes, but the chances are that you have a nice music collection in the form of mp3's on your computer. Is usually that to listen via the media player on your system, which is quite limited. With a service like Stream What You Hear, it is possible to output audio from your computer to different devices in your home to stream. You have then no media server required and then makes the program very easy and convenient to use.
Stream What You Hear is a free application, which is available only for Windows.
With Stream What You Hear stream all audio from your computer or laptop computer to a UPnP/DLNA device in the house. Among such devices fall your smartphone, Xbox, Playstation 3, tv, tablet, amplifier, blu-ray player and more. This must of course be connected to a network, or a wi-fi connection. It sounds simple and with Stream What You Hear is that it is also.
Downloading the file is easy and it is so installed. The service then works immediately and you are never more annoying cables need to have your music somewhere else to play, because with Stream What You Hear, this happens wireless.
Stream What You Hear working is very simple. You play the audio on your computer and if by then, if you Stream What You Hear click, you can select to which device you would like to stream music. You have to do that in the menu under "Stream to", and then you select the device. You have no settings to adjust. It does not matter whether you are on your pc a mp3 is playing or for example a video from Youtube playing it, the sound is directly streamed to the device that you have selected. Often it is so that the system is really need to buffer, but this is very short and you hardly suffer from. The play begins almost immediately.
Stream What You Hear sends the audio stream by default as mp3 (48.000 Hz, 116 Bit, 92 Kbps, Stereo), but the bitrate is easy to change to a higher (320 kbps) or lower. In addition, if you choose for the PCM/L16 format, if you want that analog sound, digital makes.
In addition to these options, it is possible to choose for HTTP live streaming, which audio from a URL to be played and there is still the option Record What You Hear, that the audio of your computer is recorded and if the mp3 is stored.
Stream What You Hear is a very easy way to work through your entire house of music to enjoy, without you here difficult tricks for need to remove.
Stream What You Hear has the following characteristics:
Stream What You Hear screenshots
You can free download Stream What You Hear and safe install the latest trial or new full version for Windows 10 (x32, 64 bit, 86) from the official site.
Devices: Desktop PC, Laptop (ASUS, HP, DELL, Acer, Lenovo, MSI), Ultrabook
OS: Professional, Enterprise, Education, Home Edition, versions: 1507, 1511, 1607, 1703, 1709, 1803, 1809