German company Raumfeld announced at CES 2016 in Las Vegas on Tuesday that it is expanding support for its multi-room wireless speaker system to now include Google Cast and SoundCloud.
With Google Cast support, consumers will be able to stream music from popular apps such as Pandora, iHeartRadio and Google Play Music directly from the Wi-Fi speakers.
"Raumfeld prides itself on manufacturing streaming speakers that sound as good as traditional premium hi-fi speakers," Max Boit, general manager at Raumfeld, said in a press release. "The integration of Google Cast allows us to offer the same hi-fi sound quality and the convenience of multi-room from a vastly expanded range of sources."
SoundCloud now joins streaming services Spotify, Tidal, TuneIn and Last.fm, which are already available for using with the speakers.
Previously, users could only stream music to the speakers using their smartphone or tablet. Now, the company has announced that it will also allow users to stream to the system from their PC and Mac desktop computers using Chrome.
Google Cast support for Raumfeld speakers will be added in the spring of 2016, with SoundCloud support available when the company's products are released in the U.S. on Feb. 1.
Raumfeld's family of products will ship in the U.S. next month starting at $249.