Listen to Windows Media Player

  Border View 23:01 17 Jan 15
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I run with Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit. I have quite a large music collection using Windows Media Player. This is all on a desk top computer.

I would like to listen to my music in other parts of the house. Is there any way I could have speakers linked via my wifi (BT Infinity) hub. If I can, can anyone suggest what sort of system to go for.

Many thanks.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 10:28 18 Jan 15

Maybe this article will help

  Border View 22:27 18 Jan 15
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Thank you for responding Fruit Bat. This is going to take some serious research before I can make a decision.

Will let you all know if I find an answer.

  nibor2 08:24 22 Jan 15

There is a lot of different possibilities! I know that bose and sonos are doing that kind of equipment. What is nice is that you can install that by yourself and you can do it progressively. When you see the price of each speakers it's better to take it easy if you see what I mean :) I personally prefer bose to sonos because with sonos you are obliged to use their app to play your music... However, there are lots of other brands that are doing that . Good luck !

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