Sony has announced a pair of speaker units and a svelte soundbar with the Google Cast audio streaming technology built in.
The SRS-ZR7 and SRS-ZR5 speakers are both compatible with the Sonos-like multi-room functionality rolled out in December last year.
The four-speaker SRS-ZR7 supports hi-res audio and an HDMI out and will cost $300 (around £205).
A more affordable option is the SRS-ZR5 ($200 / £137), which is a single speaker with Bluetooth and NFC streaming support.
There’s also a soundbar named the HT-NT5, which contains six speakers and is available for $800 (about £550) from May 15.
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Effectively, the speakers have the Chromecast for Audio dongle built right in. Users will be able to send audio from the Google Cast (formerly Chromecast) app, as well as third-party platforms that have the technology built-in.
Meanwhile, the company has also announced the availability of the hi-res turntable that turned heads at CES 2016 in January.
The $600 (about £410) PS-HX500 can be nabbed from today and is capable of digitising vinyl records at up to 192KHz/24bit, although, unless you have a super expensive high-res audio player, that feature won't be much use to you outside the home.
We're checking with Sony on UK pricing and availability on all today's releases.