If you own an Onkyo or Pioneer audio receiver than you probably want to read this article.

Today both of the manufacturers announced that some of their receivers have been updated with support for Google’s Chromecase feature, allowing users to cast audio to the receivers over WiFi.

If you own one of the receivers, you will be able to update them today and then send audio to them over a smartphone, laptop, or a Google Home device that is connected to the same WiFi network as the receiver.

Here are the supported recievers that are getting the new support:

Onkyo:

PR-RZ5100, TX-RZ3100, TX-RZ1100, TX-RZ810, TX-RZ710, TX-NR676E, TX-NR656, TX-NR575E, TX-NR555, TX-NR474, HT-S7800, TX-8270, TX-L20D, LS7200, LS5200, R-N855, NS-6170, NS-6130, and NCP-302.

Pioneer:

SC-LX901, SC-LX801, SC-LX701, SC-LX501, VSX-1131, VSX-932, VSX-832, VSX-831, VSX-S520D, VSX-S520, SX-S30DAB, NC-50DAB, N-30AE, FS-W50, FS-W40, XC-HM86D, X-HM86D, X-HM76D, X-HM76, MRX-5, and MRX-3.

You can find out more about the update at the source links below.

Source: Onkyo, Pioneer

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