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is it possible to ave any programs other than iTunes play through speakers attached to the AirPort? and how do I get video sound from iTunes to play through the speakers?
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http://www.rogueamoeba.com/airfoil/ This app should solve all your problems.

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ok, that Airfoil app sucks. Horrible sync when playing videos (few second lag).

also, is there anyway to make the airport express extend the range of the network from a router other than the airport base station thingy? I have a linksys router but the signal drops out on the other side of my room so if I am on my bed with the computer, the sound stops sometimes (like it has to re-buffer) because the signal is weak.
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How big a room are you crossing to lose wireless signal on the other side? Line-of-sight you should get at least 50 ft before losing signal strength from the Linksys. If there are large, metal barriers in the middle of the room, I could see that blocking signal, but in any typical room, signal strength should be the same, whether you are standing next to the wireless router/AP, or across the room from it.
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