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Restart Mac OS X coreaudio daemon. Useful if you cannot change the audio output device to Airplay.
sudo kill `ps -ax | grep 'coreaudiod' | grep 'sbin' |awk '{print $1}'`
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RyanBertrand commented May 21, 2018

Thanks!

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wesleyfsmith commented Jul 13, 2018

Super useful.

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vincentjorgensen commented Jul 24, 2018

Oh sweet. This works perfectly. Thanks.

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csrenato commented Oct 9, 2018

Life saver

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fred-revel commented Jan 4, 2019

or do sudo killall coreaudiod

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mmontag commented May 21, 2019

an absolute necessity for those with bluetooth headphones

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hur-kyuh-leez commented Sep 26, 2019

the most simple command you can remember

sudo pkill coreaudiod
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