3 Replies Latest reply: Feb 20, 2013 9:29 AM by timmo_0
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I have recently aquired a iMac PPC, I've freshly installed Panther on it and it runs a treat. I was wondering however if there is a way to stream audio from my main Desktop, a 2007 iMac running Snow Leopard. iTunes library share isn't a solution either as I use Spotify a my main source of music and unfortunetly it is no longer supported for PPC's.


Thanks, Tim

iMac, Mac OS X (10.3.x), G3
Solved by timmo_0 on Feb 20, 2013 9:29 AM Solved

Unfortunately I could get neither of these to work, probably because of my own ineptitude.


I couldn't get VLC to output from Spotify, this could be my own fault.


I also couldn't make Airplay play with OS X 10.3.9.


I did however find a messy workaround.


I am currently using Airfoil on my main Desktop to output Spotify and then am receiving it on Airfoil Speaker on my iPhone, which is in turn connected to my 10.3.9 iMacs audio input via a 3.5mm Jack.


You need to download an app called LineIn for 10.3 (http://www.rogueamoeba.com/legacy/) to play the sound from the input from the built in speakers.


To be fair it's not that messy it just requires you to have a device that can have Airfoil Speakers installed on it and have a 3.5mm Jack.