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How do I stream music from my computer (Windows, Macintosh, Linux, or Chromebook)?

Created: Sep 28 2015 | Updated: Sep 26 2018

    Windows PC

    Windows PC (using DTS Play-Fi)

    • Download the Play-Fi PC app from the DTS website.
    • Once it is installed you will be able to select a Play-Fi compatible device as the audio end point for your PC.
    • Now, sounds from your PC will be played through your DTS Play-Fi compatible wireless audio device.

    Windows PC (using AirPlay)

    • Download iTunes from the Apple web-site.
    • Once it is installed you will be able to use iTunes to select AirPlay compatible devices as the audio end point for iTunes.
    • Now, all iTunes content from your PC will be played through your wireless audio device.

    Windows (using Bluetooth)

    • Refer to your computer's operating instructions regarding selection and connection of Bluetooth speakers.  
    • Now, sounds from your PC will be played through your Bluetooth compatible wireless audio device.

    Macintosh

    Macintosh (using DTS Play-Fi)

    • DTS Play-Fi does not work with Macintosh computers.

    Macintosh (using AirPlay)

    • Refer to your computer's operating instructions regarding selection and connection of AirPlay speakers.  
    • Now, sounds from your Macintosh will be played through your AirPlay compatible wireless audio device.

    Windows (using Bluetooth)

    • Refer to your computer's operating instructions regarding selection and connection of Bluetooth speakers.  
    • Now, sounds from your PC will be played through your Bluetooth compatible wireless audio device.

    Linux

    Linux (using DTS Play-Fi)

    • DTS Play-Fi does not work on Linux computers.

    Linux (using AirPlay)

    • AirPlay does not work on Linux computers.

    Linux (using Bluetooth)

    • Refer to your computer's operating instructions regarding selection and connection of Bluetooth speakers.  
    • Now, sounds from your computer will be played through your Bluetooth compatible wireless audio device.

    Chromebook

    Chromebook (using DTS Play-Fi)

    • DTS Play-Fi does not work on Chromebook computers, even those running an Android emulator.

    Chromebook (using AirPlay)

    • AirPlay does not work on Chromebook computers.

    Chromebook (using Bluetooth)

    • Refer to your computer's operating instructions regarding selection and connection of Bluetooth speakers.  
    • Now all sounds from your computer will be played through your Bluetooth compatible wireless audio device.

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