Well the easiest way to do this, is to simply run a wire from your computer to your stereo. The obvious down side here, is that you would have to run wire all over your house, and depending on the distance signal quality could be an issue (depending on your sound card, you may need a splitter, so you can send a signal to your stereo and your PC speakers.)And it would have to have an AUX in or something. A cheap boom box or something may not have an input. The other issue would depend on what type of inputs your stereo has, you may need an adapter.
I think I have read about a product that does what you want it to... I believe it was a WiFi device that would take signals from your PC over WiFi and you could plug it into your stereo, but I don't recall what/where that product was. You could do a search maybe, or others may give you the product.
Another possible option would be to get an FM transmitter. I do not know if you could find one with enough range for your needs though. They are usually used for portable devices (MP3 players and etc) and are only expected to work over a few feet.
The last option is to invest in something like XM or Sirius Satelite radio.
I live in an area where FM radio reception is poor so I listen on my PC. My question is how to send Internet streaming radio from my PC (Windows XP, cable modem) to a stereo receiver in another room. The Linksys Music bridge can do it but I can't listen on my PC speakers while sending to the receiver - not a good solution.
- Is there any way to listen to the audio on the PC and send to a radio receiver and listen to both?, wired or wireless?
- What would be the least costly way to achieve this?
Needless to say the CompuUSA type guys were not very knowledgeable other than trying to sell the Linksys box.