In this next set of videos, Handyguys Brian and Paul will unbox and setup a Chromecast audio. Over the past few videos, The Handyguys went over how to setup a Google Home device.
The Chromecast audio is a little device that you can fit easily in the palm of your hand. The device costs around $30-$35 depending on where you buy it. The device is used to cast audio from the Google Home, a smart phone, or a tablet to something that has an audio input such as a boombox, stereo system, or power speaker. This device is easily set up by simply sticking it somewhere right on your device. However, the Chromecast audio does need power to function. You can power the device by simply connecting it to an audio input on your device with standard USB power.
Unboxing the Chromecast
The Handyguys unbox the device in this video and prepare the listener for the setup of the device over the next few videos. Within the box for the Chromecast audio there is the device and a power cord. The set up is fairly simple but will be talked about more over the next few videos.
This video is all part of a larger series about home connectivity, home audio devices, and Google products. Stay tuned over the next few videos to learn more about Chromecast audio as well as other Chromecast devices.
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