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Occasions that our friends or family want to share certain audios with us, or they want to play certain audio on other devices occur quite often nowadays. And if the audio data transmission is done with data line, the data cable and USB interface problems will arise. Wireless transmission is the mainstream of data sharing at present. So here comes the problem: what is the best free wireless audio receiver?

How to Receive Audio Files Wirelessly?

5KPlayer is the best free wireless audio receiver available with Mac and Windows versions. It can receive audios from all the AirPlay supported devices.

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Why 5KPlayer is the best free wireless audio receiver?

5KPlayer is the latest media player released by DearMob, Inc.. One of the highlight of this very software is that it supports AirPlay, which means 5KPlayer can act as a wireless audio receiver for audio files sent from other AirPlay supported devices. Hence, users can enjoy the audio files of iPhone and iPad on their Mac or Windows computers. This wireless audio receiving is achieved by mirroring the audio files to be sent to the audio receiver. The mirroring process can be completed within seconds and does no negative effect to the audio quality. After the mirroring process has been finished, this free wireless audio receiver can act as the remote controller to control the play progress. Users can pause, stop, fast forward, rewind and adjust volume via 5KPlayer's interface. Via AirPlay protocol, though 5KPlayer is the wireless audio receiver, the audio files received will not occupy the memory of the streamed devices. There are no plug-ins and bundled software in 5KPlayer, and all the functions are realized solely by 5KPlayer.

Wirelessly Receive Audio Files with the Free Wireless Audio Receiver

In spite of the seemed complex functions, the procedures to download and operate 5KPlayer are quite simple that users can effortlessly grasp.

Step 1: Download and launch 5KPlayer accordingly. For windows users, just go to the windows version. Make sure your computer and iPad are in the same network before you start iPad AirPlay.

Step 2: Set the setting of AirPlay, specify a name and if you wish, password in Preferences.

Note: 5KPlayer can also be the best wireless video receiver, and the operation steps are similar to that of wireless audio receiver.


Step 3: Click the AirPlay button beside the progress bar or the right top of the window to activate AirPlay and then you're good to go.

5KPlayer supported video audio formats for AirPlay include MP4, M4V, MOV, MP3, M4A and AAC. If your file formats are not accepted by AirPlay, you should get help from video converter software for Mac OS or for Windows PC firstly.

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Besides being the best free wireless audio receiver, surely, 5KPlayer can act as the best free wireless audio and video sender. 5KPlayer can directly play the audio and video files after receiving them. As a matter of fact, 5KPlayer is developed as a multimedia player. Actually, 5KPlayer is able to play all audio and video formats, comprising the most commonly used formats and the less commonly ones.

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