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Hi, so I bought my airport and successfully got it to work with itunes in my multiple speakers mode.

Question, can my iMac recognize my macbook and play the audio through that as well? So when I go to multiple speakers I want to see 1. Computer, 2. Airport, 3. Macbook then press play and stream the music to all three.

I know i can share my library on my imac to my macbook but i want to stream it to it

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I don't think you can do that with just iTunes, and I don't know of any third party software...
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I have a 3rd party software called Airfoil it works with any application on your computer, we use it for Pandora in safari, and it works pretty well and its only 14$
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Thanks I checked it out and it worked, although the audio was a little out of sync for doing it all at the same time.

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