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iTunes - Multiple-Speakers. Maybe Hackintosh related problem

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Hey Guys,

first I want to tell you, Audio works for me. (For specs look to the left). I use a MacPro 3,1 System-Definition.
I have a question which maybe is hackintosh-related, maybe I have to deal with it then.

Okay, I have a Gear4 Airzone Air+ Speaker which I can use from my iPhone, hackbook and Hackintosh.
I can use my rear Line Out (green) to use my stereo.
Today I wanted to try to use both (Gear4 and Stereo) to listen to music.
Please take a look at my screenshots to see my attempt:
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This configuration works only for the Gear4 Speaker. I can't use both at the same time.
Is this hackintosh-related?
How can I fix this?
I used the Multibeast-Method to get Audio to work. (OSX 10.8.4), no editing in any plist which is audio-related (well, only boot.plist :) )

Best

xtrasteven
 

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This configuration works only for the Gear4 Speaker. I can't use both at the same time.
Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup/Audio Devices/+/Create Multi-Output Device
Check Line Out and Gear4 and name the device.
Select the name in System Preferences/Sound Output.
 
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Applications/Utilities/Audio MIDI Setup/Audio Devices/+/Create Multi-Output Device
Check Line Out and Gear4 and name the device.
Select the name in System Preferences/Sound Output.

I will try this today after work. Edit this Post with Feedback

Best Steven

Edit:
Great, this actually works!
How can I use this speaker for quicktime and other software?

Best, Steven
 
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