Okay I've got an issue I'm hoping someone here will have solution for. I've got a MacBook Pro that I use for personal and work. It's only got 1 Thunderbolt port on it, but I need two monitors at the office. The best solution I found was hooking one monitor to the Thunderbolt, and then using AirPlay on an Apple TV to extend my desktop. This has worked out great! BUT There is one tiny annoyance. Whenever I turn on AirPlay on the MacBook I lose sound. The computer thinks I want the sound output to be the AppleTV. I've got pretty quick at it using the hotkeys, but essentially I have to open the System Preferences and change Sound Output back to the Headphone Port. In my years working w/ computers I've found if there's a repetitious task you find yourself having to endure, there's more than likely a way to automate the operation. What I want to accomplish is when I do AirPlay from my MacBook to my AppleTV to extend the monitors, have an action that will be triggered to change the Sound Output back to Headphone Port. Also my AppleTV at the office is called "Office AppleTV", if I could make this task exclusive to only when I AirPlay to this specific AppleTV that would be ideal! My thought is to use Automator, but I have zero experience with the app and wanted to get some pointers on how to set this up. Or if perhaps there's a better way to make this work I'm all ears.