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Apple TV sound
Can I jump in here for some help please, I have just purchased a second Apple TV for the bedroom, I also purchased a monitor for playing content from my iMac when I am exercising.
The sound from the monitor is poor and when I connect headphones it does not seem to improve and anyway I am not keen to wear headphones whilst sweating my way through a workout on my stationery bike.
Any suggestions as to how I can improve the sound would be most welcome, my first thoughts are to buy a small pair of speakers and plug them in but the headphone experience seems not to support this unless I get a pair with a built in amplifier but before I know it I'll have the Enterprise set up in the bedroom and Mrs S will not be amused.
I have this feeling that I can do something with the apple TV I am just not sure what, wifi is delivered to the room through Airport Express as part of my total wifi which runs off Airport Extreme.
Any help as always will be much appreciated.
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