Streaming your computer's audio output

Using the Add Capture Device dialog, you can stream whatever audio is playing on your PC to devices in your home.

Example: You may be listening to music from a subscriber-based music web site like Spotify or Apple Music on your computer and you want to now stream it to your devices in your home - such as your AV receiver, Sonos or home theater.

Follow these steps:

  1. Click Add To Library → Add Capture Device to display the Add Capture Device dialog.
  2. On the Add Capture Device dialog, select the Audio device combo box and select Stereo Mix from the list. If you don't see Stereo Mix in the list, then see the If Stereo Mix Is Not Listed section below.
    Add Capture Device dialog
  3. Click OK and you will have a new audio item added into your Mezzmo library. You can find it under Music → Recently Added.
  4. Connect to Mezzmo server from your device or web browser and select the new audio item. You will hear whatever is playing on your PC.

If Stereo Mix Is Not Listed:

  1. Go to Windows Control Panel and search for Sound and select it.
  2. On the Sound window, select the Recording tab.
    Windows Control Panel - Sound window
  3. Right click on Microphone in the list and tick the Show Disabled Devices and Show Disconnected Devices menu items. Now, Stereo Mix (and other devices) will appear in the list.
  4. Select Stereo Mix from the list and click the Properties button. In the Properties dialog, change the Device usage to Use this device (enable).
  5. Click OK to save your changes.
  6. Go back to Mezzmo Windows and display the Add Device Capture dialog again. Stereo Mix will be displayed now.