Audio Repeater is a windows application tha allows you to transfer, transmit, sounds from an input audio endpoint or device to an output one Playback. Audio transfer can be performed in any PCM audio format supported by Windows. KS version communicates directly with audio driver, bypassing all additional Windows audio processing
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