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Select the appropriate speaker or Apple TV from the list of options.Enlarge ImagePhoto by Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET The easier method is to hold down the Option key on your keyboard, Click the round button on the front of your iOS device (pictured) twice. Any suggestions how i could get this to work as running a cable to underneath the beamed picture just isnt possible!? I've found that dropouts occur when the network router wireless settings allow for both TKIP and AES security protocols (on a WPA security setting). have a peek here

If you can'tlocate your AirPlay speaker in Safari, you may need to reset the speaker and reconnect it to the network. Make sure to tickEnable AirPlay/AirTunes on the Music tab of AirPort Utility when setting up the AirPort Express, if you're using that device. share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply odog101, Dec 3, 2012 odog101 macrumors newbie Joined: Dec 3, 2012 #14 Try restarting Wi-Fi only I was Theme: Flat 1.7.6 by Themeisle. http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/iosapps/airplay-troubleshooting-how-fix-common-airplay-connection-problems-3521826/

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share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply rogerjeffs, Nov 21, 2012 rogerjeffs macrumors newbie Joined: Nov 21, 2012 Location: Norway #12 Airplay bug The fix Run this and you'll receive good advice to improve your network. (I have a neighbor running an incorrectly configured router that may be impacting my network.) Apple hosts an extensive document However, restarting coreaudiod as suggested above fixed the problem. AirPlay is clearly a great add-on, but using it relies on the app developer having included the above AirPlay button in their app -- and not all of them do that. So,

Reply Tilly says: December 13, 2015 at 6:31 am hey! Thanks, Dave Mar 19, 2011 6:52 AM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post by Digikid1, Digikid1 Mar 19, 2011 9:33 AM in response to mbmgibson Level 1 (0 points) share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply mattyv123, Dec 24, 2012 mattyv123 macrumors newbie Joined: Sep 13, 2012 #17 Great Tip This was killin' me. How To Setup Airport Express To Extend Wifi My 2008 iMac with Mountain Lion sees both my Apple TV and my AirPort Express but it won't let me keep the choice of either in the Sound pane of System

share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply twintin, Nov 21, 2012 twintin macrumors 6502 Joined: Aug 10, 2012 Location: Sweden #13 rogerjeffs said: ↑ I Airport Express Utility so I'm trying to help my folks out, they have Apple TV and my dad likes to play music through it but he wants to get my mum speakers so she why? visit I had some synchronization problems when I sent the movie from my iPhone via AirPlay to my Apple TV which redirected the audio signal to an AirPort Express (an really old

Apple explains it like this: Send stereo audio from movies, TV shows, and other videos on Apple TV to AirPlay-enabled speakers and devices (including AirPort Express and other Apple TVs). How To Connect Airport Express To Wifi share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply jensg, Sep 21, 2012 jensg macrumors newbie Joined: Sep 21, 2012 #7 I have the same problem... By adding a toslink cable from my apple TV to my receiver and adjusting my settings on the receiver to pick up the optical signals it works great and plays apple My old g version of the AE (which died suddenly and unexpectedly) NEVER had one dropout from Airtunes streaming.

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ATV3 + late 2011 MBP. It provides simultaneous Wi-Fi access and AirPlay streaming. This configuration requires that the AirPort Express is in physical cable range of both the audio device and the DSL/Cable router at the same Setup Apple Airport Express How-To Quick guide: Troubleshooting AirPlay playback More like this Quick Guide: iOS 7, managing Wi-Fi on iPhone, iPad Apple's 'Gotofail' bug sucks, but here's 8 ways to stay safe online OS Configure Airport Express AirPlay troubleshooting:AirPort Express AirPlay targets include the Apple TV, standalone speakers, and hi-fi amplifiers and receivers.

Reply flo says: December 15, 2014 at 7:57 pm @KellyNYC: Have you tried the adjust the output volume like described in the article? @Finn: You need an App that acts like navigate here Horray! Google+? If you use social media and happen to be a Google+ user, why not join AppleHolic's Kool Aid Corner community and join the conversation as we pursue the spirit of the New Model Apple? I've tried with and without a password on the AirTunes speakers. Reset Airport Express

I hate that I have to do that but I made it a little bit easier by making an alias. In other cases, I have had to hold it down before plugging it in and then plug it in to get it to work. If you're AirPlaying to an Apple TV, verify that its software is up to date. Check This Out Additional reporting by Kirk McElhearn Tags: Mac ,iPhone ,iPad ,iOS Apps ,Apple TV Share this article Share Tweet Send  Hi.

Great tip, works perfectly every time... -rhys- said: ↑ Same problem! (retina mbp + ATV3). Setup Airport Express To Extend Wireless Network I can mirror my PC to my beamer and play sound via the computers speakers but when I try to select the output to be my airport express it doesn't allow Do you have any experience with a setup like this?

Reply Finn says: December 15, 2014 at 11:19 am Hi, What I would like to do is to send the audio from my ATV to my iPad or iPhone using wifi.

macrumors regular Joined: Jun 1, 2010 #23 bandydesign said: ↑ Love the sudo command to reboot coreaudio, works like a charm. In order to stream all audio from your Mac using AirPlay, you just need to change the audio output of your Mac. Please do not ask me why ..... Airport Express Client Mode A little easier than a full OSX restart.Click to expand...

Click Settings > Wi-Fi on your iOS device. Once you change the audio output to an AirPlay device, all audio coming from your Mac will go through the Apple TV, and not the internal speakers on your Mac. Welcome to ourguide to AirPlay troubleshooting guide. this contact form if i play music directly from my laptop there is no issues but the second i connect it to the tv the sound is constantly inturpted, every second it pauses and

There is no "on" switch. Use AirPort Utility to create a new network. so, hopefully anyone who read this case, will help me how to figure out this issue. Note: Music streaming from iTunes, iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch is done via AirPlay. However, after upgrade to I have no seen it so far.

Open terminal and type: Code: vi ~/.bash_profile and add the line: Code: alias fixairplay="sudo kill `ps -ax | grep 'coreaudiod' | grep 'sbin' |awk '{print $1}'`" Save the file and close Thanks for the advice, had exactly the same problem and switching on and off the WIFI fixed it immediately share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Hope someone knows a solution. Switching my mail router to AES only corrected the dropouts. [ Reply to This | # ] Fix dropout problems when streaming music over Airport Express g Authored by: Grant Symon

The possibilities for cool technology projects this introduces are exciting. Reply David says: February 8, 2015 at 11:36 am Hi David, did you find any solution?. Reply Isabel says: June 19, 2015 at 4:28 am Thank you so much for posting this! share Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Email Link Like + Quote Reply mack3r, Dec 29, 2012 mack3r macrumors newbie Joined: Nov 30, 2007 #18 mattyv123 said: ↑ This was killin'

Do you know what could cause this and how i can resolve it. You should be good. If it's not, join that network.If your computer and the AirPort Express are on the same network, try quitting iTunes and restarting it.You should also make sure you have the most recent version BrandPostsLearn more Sponsored by Comcast Enterprise The Future of Networking is in the Cloud.

Reboot device Wi-Fi If you are using an iOS device to stream media through AirPlay and you suffer these symptoms, Apple advises you to: Check you are in range of the The Apple AirPort Express base station allows you to share devices such as speakers or printers with a single computer, wirelessly. Reply Ian Bond says: January 29, 2015 at 10:02 am @flo Nd @steve, Ive got my ATV hooked up to a beamer via hdmi and use the optical out to a Then I put apple TV into my last HDMI port and and can run video via my beamer through the onkyo system no problem.

Any idea how it can be solved cause i thought it will be pretty straight forward but seems like its not really working. I didn't want to have a cable from my apple tv to my external speakers.