Is the Chromecast Audio a hit or a miss?

The Google Chromecast Audio is one of the best budget audio streamers you can buy.



CNET October 14, 2015
Home Theater and Audio
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Google Chromecast review: Cheap, tiny streamer continues to innovate
Boasting improved Wi-Fi access and a funky new design, Google popular streamer is back and better than ever, for the same low price. But is it good enough to fulfill your everyday Netflix fix? READ MORE »
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