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We LOVE music in our house! My hubby is a huge music buff and since we’ve been married, I have started listening to a lot more music. While we listen to it in our vehicles daily, we have struggled to find a good way to listen to it when we are home. Streaming over our phones doesn’t give us the sound quality we need and since we don’t have cable, we don’t have any TV channels that are music channels. Recently, we discovered the Google Chromecast Audio and we love it!
When we received the device, I was a little scared to open it. I was afraid it would be a difficult set up and one that was time consuming. I was so wrong! All we had to do was un-box the device, plug it into our audio player, download the app on our phone and voila! We have used the Chromecast Audio to stream music through our TV and also through a record player that was my grandfather’s. The record player has sat in our dining room for months now and we haven’t really been sure what to do with it. We play records sometimes, but not very often. Now that we have the Google Chromecast Audio, I can play music through the record player directly from my phone! I love it!
A few of our favorite features of the Google Chromecast Audio are:
It’s easy to play, pause, or change the volume from anywhere in the home. And while streaming, you can still text or call without interrupting what’s playing or draining your battery.
Use Chromecast Audio to stream over Wi-Fi which has many advantages over Bluetooth including higher sound quality.
Stream millions of songs, radio stations, and podcasts through apps like Pandora, Spotify, YouTube Music, and Google Play Music. Find more at chromecast.com/apps
You can easily fill every room in your home with synchronous music. Simply group Chromecast Audio devices together so you can listen to the same song on multiple speakers.
Do you listen to music often? Have you ever used Chromecast Audio?