Audio over network…

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    Ok I know this may sound crazy, but I have a Retropie running on a Raspberry Pi 2 in my office. It is hooked up to a no audio 3rd monitor I use for housing my communications workflow when I am not using it for other uses.
    I don’t want to run a sound cable between my Pi and my computer’s Line-In port when I have a perfectly good 100 mbps hard wire network already going into both through a 10 gbps switch.
    I think you see where I am going here…
    I Would like to find some way to get my RetroPie 3.0 bassed Pi exporting audio in the form of a low-latency stream over the network connection to my Windows work computer that is in turn connected to a wireless headset I have on all day. I can tolerate some Latency, that’s not the problem, I am more worried about the load on the Pi.
    I think it will go well with the tucked away DualShock 4 I use for controlling the Pi’s emulation and Kodi. ^.~

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