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Hi,

shortly I am moving apartments and am now faced with the following music issue.....

Currently my iMac is in the lounge, connected through a soundcard into my stereo meaning I can stream live radio directly to my stereo for some quality sound.

In my new apartment however I am planning on have my mac a long way away from my stereo - in a totally different room.

Is there any technology (except cables and wires!!) that I can use to stream this radio from my iMac to the other room and speakers

I guess Airport Express only works for things like iTunes or am I mistaken?

Appreciate any advice

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I play my music through Apple TV. My TV system is hooked up to my stereo system.
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But can you live stream radio through apple tv?

I want to listen to BBC Radio one, and they have their own player that I can normally put the sound output through the soundcard etc, and to date, I have never found bbc radio i on itunes or anywhere else, only their own web site
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There are radio stations on Apple TV. I'm not sure if BBC is one of 'em though.
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