Audio Switcher allows users to switch between AirPlay and connected audio devices. 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.
- Addresses a bug that prevented the default input gain from being set properly on certain computers.
- OS X 10.7 or later