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Sharing sound from Ubuntu to Windows 10

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#1 AntonRahbek


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Posted 13 January 2018 - 02:13 PM

Wasn't really sure what to call this post, but anyway:
As my graphics card on my main W10-rig didn't have the port I needed for my second screen, I repurposed an old laptop running Ubuntu, to run my second screen. I already have software for sharing keyboard and mouse across devices, but now I need something for audio, so I can watch videos on the Ubuntu without moving my headset over.
I can't get some sort of mixer using audio jacks, as my headset connects via USB. So what's the best software solution? I can always change OS on the Ubuntu if necessary.

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