The number of Google Cast-enabled speakers is few for the time being, but they certainly make for a tidy presentation.

The new Chromecast Audio allows for uninterrupted streaming of your music to any Bluetooth or standard speaker, however the accumulation of wires can tend to look a bit messy if they're not tucked behind a bookshelf or the speaker itself.

Those interested in a neater way to take advantage of utilizing Chromecast on your devices do have options, albeit few and pricey. These speakers have Google Cast built-in, eliminating the need to connect your Chromecast Audio all together.

Sony SRS-X Series Speakers

Designed for superior sound are Sony's three top-end SRS-X series of speakers which come pre-loaded with Google Cast. These full-range speakers deliver rich audio no matter how you stream your tunes. Although they're not the cheapest speakers available, each model packs a variety of features that should please any audiophile.

The SRS-X77 goes for $299, the larger SRS-X88 for $399, and the boss SRS-X99 retails at $699.

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LG Music Flow

LG's Music Flow speakers range from sound bars with matching subwoofers to more compact speakers that fit nicely on your coffee table or shelf. There are nine total speakers in LG's Music Flow lineup that rock Google Cast, allowing you to stream your music how you prefer throughout your house.

Available models include the HS9, HS8, HS7, HS6, H7, H6, H5, H4, and H3.

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Denon HEOS Series

Denon's HEOS Speakers are definitely a sweet addition to any home setup and aren't limited to one size or price. You can roll with the introductory HEOS 1 for a more compact option that provides dual drivers, mid-woofer, and a dome tweeter or go all-in with the HEOS 7 that packs five custom drivers, two passive radiators, five class D amplifiers with digital signal processing.

The HEOS 1 is priced at $199, HEOS 3 at $299, HEOS 5 at $399, and HEOS 7 at $599.

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