Audio Streamers

An audio streamer is a device or software application that allows users to listen to audio content, such as music, live radio broadcasts, or podcasts, over the internet. Audio streamers can be standalone devices, such as a smart speaker or internet radio, or they can be software applications that run on a computer or mobile device.

Audio streamers typically work by receiving a stream of audio data over the internet, which is then played back through speakers or headphones. The audio stream can be accessed through a variety of methods, including streaming services like Spotify, Tidal , Deezer and Apple Music, or through custom internet radio stations or podcasts.

Some audio streamers also have additional features, such as the ability to play back stored audio files from a local storage device, or to connect to other devices, such as a smartphone or tablet, to play back audio content.

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