Re: Pipe Line-In input as/to Microphone input

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A bit of clarification on my question, hitting Send button too early ...

I would like to pipe Line-In data stream on Linux Box 2 to its Microphone input, so that I could use PyAudio to stream from there. Unfortunately I cannot do so because Linux Box 1 might not be accessible, only via its 3.5mm Output port.

Many thanks.

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On Wednesday, May 26, 2021 1:26 AM, sdkjka22jhd <sdkjka22jhd@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hello PulseAudio gurus,

I could use a male-to-male 3.5mm cable, connecting Linux box #1's 3.5mm Output port to Linux box #2's Line-In 3.5mm port. And then play audio on box 1 and hear the speakers playing sound on box 2. I used this : Practically using module-loopback. This works all good.

My software is using PyAudio to read from Microphone input and pipe/yield the recorded audio stream to the internet :

My question is, is it possible to use PulseAudio to pipe/forward Line-In stream to Microphone stream ?

Many thanks.

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