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@PyotrGrowpotkin
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hmm, perhaps with jack/netjack: https://jackaudio.org/faq/netjack.html

I have not done this myself though so I cant vouch for how easy it is.

poVoq
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Yes, headphone out from one computer into microphone input on the other and then routing that to the audio output via Jack should work.

@lemmy_user999
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@nogerine
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Have a look at these (depending on your sound system):

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/PulseAudio#Networked_audio

https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/JACK_Audio_Connection_Kit#Network_/_remote_audio

Sadly, there’s no wiki page for sndio on archwiki.

@unlovableplantpot
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Maybe you can achieve this with Snapcast. The primary use case is actually reversed (one input, many outputs) but you might be able to configure it for what you’re going for.

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