Simultaneous output to multiple devices

Change the volume without having change your current input / output

No more System Preferences – see all your devices in one click

Quickly change the device sample rate

Ignore certain devices from the main screen

Set default startup input and output device and volume

Supports AirPlay, USB, HDMI, Thunderbolt, Bluetooth, FireWire…

Great for home theatre set-ups

Menubar icon shows volume in % or dB

Instantly mute any device from main screen

"“Wonderful program! An extremely simple menu bar utility to switch to my AirPlay speakers, so easy that anyone can use it.” "

− Mac App Store Review (USA)

"“There’s no easier or faster way to send the Mac’s audio output to Apple TV and AirPlay…” -"

− Mac360 Review

""A great application that just keeps getting better, created and supported by a responsive, active developer""

− Mac App Store Review (USA)

"Wonderful program! An extremely simple menu bar utility to switch to my AirPlay speakers, so easy that anyone can use it. Love that I don't have to go digging around in my System Preferences and can switch my audio input and output in one simple easy step!"

− Mac App Store Review (USA)

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Looking for a DAC for use with your Mac? I can wholeheartedly recommend the DragonFly by AudioQuest. Or see why What Hi Fi made it Product of the Year

The Small Print:

1. It is not possible on the majority of consumer hardware to switch between headphones and the internal speakers when there is a headphone jack physically connected.

2. Volume control is only supported if the hardware device provides a volume control; HDMI, notably, does not

3. Multiple Device Output over wireless devices (AirPlay, Bluetooth) may result in audible artefacts (buzzing, clicking) dependant on your setup.

4. Apple have removed functionality to output to specific AirPlay devices in 10.9+, it’s either none or all of them