I'm not exactly sure how to formulate my problem, so I'll present it with the help of an example (which is the actual reason I ask this question). I asked a question (Delay audio for specific device) in which I explained what I'm trying to do (Playing sound synchronizedly on multiple devices). Now I got an answer, which actually solves my problem, but doesn't answer the question - that means, I can now play sound synchronizedly, but I still don't know, how to delay audio for a specific device. Before I received this answer, I put a bounty on the question, but I'm not sure, wether the answer should be marked as an answer and therefore receive the bounty, as it doesn't really answer the question.


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