Pioneer's VSX-LX103 Elite Receiver Comes With Chromecast

Pioneer's VSX-LX103 Elite 7.2 Channel network receiver comes with Chromecast built-in, and that means anyone with this receiver installed in their home will have an easy way to stream a cornucopia of music services (like Google Play Music, Spotify, and others) right to the receiver  for easy listening by way of whatever speakers are connected to the receiver. While there are plenty of speakers already on the market that allow for a Bluetooth connection and also come with integrated Chromecast technology, if you're serious about your home audio then you generally would have a receiver to help link all of that home audio together with other products, like the TV for example.

In addition to the Chromecast tech, the receiver also comes with support for DTS Play-Fi as well as Flare Connect, and it supports multi-room audio so whatever you're playing can be enjoyed throughout the whole house, though you'll likely need to have the extra equipment to make this work.

Pioneer is known for its high-quality audio and things aren't likely to be any different with this receiver. It comes with Dolby Atmos technology so audio should be crystal clear, booming and capable of filling the room without any issues. If all that wasn't enough Pioneer has worked in 4K Ultra HD pass-through, which is a big thing for consumers who have 4K TVs as this allows for 4K video content to be passed through the receiver and to the TV unaffected, which should mean that you'l get 4K content at its best possible quality as well. Pioneer's new VSX-LX103 receiver has a lot on offer that would make a compelling addition to any home theater setup, and according to the Amazon listing it's due to be launched on March 28 and will retail for a cost of $599. Though pioneer specializes in home audio equipment it's also well-known for car audio equipment, and is a big partner for Android Auto, which is just showed off new prototypes for back during CES 2018.

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