Switch between AirPlay and connected audio devices is now available. Originally released in 2007, Audio Switcher adds support for a wider range of audio devices, including Thunderbolt, AirPlay, USB and FireWire. New in this version of Audio Switcher is the ability to set default device volume/gain levels.Using this feature allows the volume or gain level to be set at the level you specify, when you switch to a given device. And as before, default device support reamins, allowing you to specify which input or output device will be selected whenever Audio Switcher launches.
What is new in this release:
Some bug fixes.
What is new in version 2.5.3:
Added a preference allowing the manufacturer name to appear in the menu under the device's name.
What is new in version 2.5.2:
Addresses a bug that prevented the default input gain from being set properly on certain computers.
What is new in version 2.5:
- Ability to Exclude Devices (Built-in devices cannot be excluded)
- More bug fixes