I grew up with music, always lots and lots of music. Some of my favorite memories are full of music so naturally my house is full of music. If music isn’t playing in one room then someone is singing or playing the piano in another or they have headphones on. I want my kids to grow up in a house filled with music and we are making that a reality.
What’s a childhood without impromptu dance parties and lots and lots of sing-a-longs?
Growing up my parents had a speaker system that went through every room on the main floor of the house, that meant music everywhere. We had a 6 CD changer full of our favorite tunes and music was always on. At my house all the music is on technology and none of the speakers are that impressive and we definitely do not have connected speakers across the rooms. We recently invested in some large speakers and they are connected to my husbands turntable and they sound amazing but the girls can’t play their music. Then I discovered Google Chromecast Audio. For $30 you can connect your tablet, computer or phone via WiFi and play your favorite music through speakers. And you can have whole house music by adding them to speakers through out the house, this is so exciting!!!
So how does this work? Simply plug the Google Chromecast Audio into the AUX on your speaker then cast the music from your phone via app. By using WiFi you get crystal clear sound and uninterrupted music from your favorite apps. Here are just a few of the apps you can now cast to your speaker via Google Chromecast Audio.
- Play Music
- NPR One
These little devices are really clever and a great affordable device for music lovers. Start with one and then add on to connect every room in your house and fill your home with music. Right now my house is filled with the Moana Soundtrack specifically How Far I’ll Go. My husband has been home recovering from surgery in bed and that meant he didn’t have music upstairs. The Google Chromecast Audio paired with his phone and a speaker meant he got to listen to his favorite stuff even in bed.
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